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Topic: Best consistent surf in Australia.

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Joey Angelotti

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Best consistent surf in Australia.

« on: July 10 2008 23:07:00 »

I'm looking to travel to Australia for a few months and I want to find a place to settle down near some decent surf for the time. . . . Any info would be helpful.



RE: Best consistent surf in Australia.

« Reply #1 on: July 11 2008 03:07:00 »

hey Joey , how you doin...



RE: Best consistent surf in Australia.

« Reply #2 on: July 11 2008 17:07:00 »

hard question to answer. where do i start. Marget River, WA has a wicked little vibe, backpackers countryside etc. and has quite a few mean waves. the goldie is shit.. too packed all year round. tho it does have the world class breaks, you've got to deal with locals. VIC..I luv vicco. beaches are rarely packed during the week and vicco does have the best breaks in aus. west and surf coast arnt that consistent but do have some epic breaks. the mornington pen. also has some epic breaks but is a little more consistant. I live down thePhillip Island for a couple of months and loved it. Huge range of waves on offer and it's the most consistant area in vicco. NSW.. anthing south of sydney. live there. there are so many set-ups, you'll get lost. my pick. south NSW. PEACE!



RE: Best consistent surf in Australia.

« Reply #3 on: October 24 2008 12:10:00 »

Margs region has ok waves but the place is extremely crowded - particularly closer to Yallingup. I'd stick to say Philip Island or NSW. Huge range and less crowds.

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