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Topic: What is: best way to get into the surf scene intheGoldCoast
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Topic: What is: best way to get into the surf scene intheGoldCoast
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Taylor Kachmarski

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What is: best way to get into the surf scene intheGoldCoast

I am moving to the Gold Coast to go to school at U of Griffith and surf. I have surfed in Hawaii before but I am deffinately a beginner.

I have always dreamed of becoming a descent surfer and realise it will take hard work to get there. I want to start surfing at least 3 or 4 times a week.

Just wondering what the best way to learn is and where the best places to go around the Gold Coast are. Anyone know any good beginner clubs? Or a good place to buy a used boared? I would totally do lessons or a camp but know that can get kind of pricy. Anyways any feedback would be appreciated.



By:

OZ

RE: What is: best way to get into the surf scene intheGoldCoast

Stay off the drugs, stay off the boose and just surf in any and all conditions. I used to to do it and at times it can feel like a job you hate.
The right board can be somewhat important but I recomend geting a good cheap one from the hock shops at Southport.
Even if you lay down on waves, just get into it.
I was wondering what nationality you are or your surname name origion.  I reckon just get a board YOU like and develop your own style.
Aloha

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Taylor Kachmarski

RE: What is: best way to get into the surf scene intheGoldCoast

Coming from Canada!

What kind a board do you recommend to start on?



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