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Topic: surfing at duranbah

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surfing at duranbah

« on: August 18 2005 06:08:00 »

ive been surfing at a little point break across from phillip island for a couple of years and i was thinking of going for a holiday just near duranbah. i wanted to no if anyone would no if it would be an allrite spot for me to go so i could have a good time and catch lots of waves, or if it would be to hard and wouldnt get any waves or anythhing.if it is does anyone no where there would be a good spot in queensland? thanx



RE: surfing at duranbah

« Reply #1 on: August 19 2005 01:08:00 »

yep crouded and all excellent surfers. bit tough to a wave to yourself. When i go i tend to head down to cabarita point/ more relaxed and freindly. hope you have a good trip. D'bar and rainbow bay are worht it just for one wave!!



RE: surfing at duranbah

« Reply #2 on: August 26 2005 02:08:00 »

Yeah D BAY is cool gets more swell than most spots / but it is hard to get a wave with crowds. Can be real good though.



RE: surfing at duranbah

« Reply #3 on: September 05 2005 04:09:00 »

wait ur turn and youll get plenty of waves at dbah mate...just dont hassle the locals coz they have a fair temper on em!

They lie when they say youll get only 1 wave at d bah and snapper and that..if you wait ur tunr and dont hassle you'll find you get heaps of waves.. Currumbin on a big swell can be awesome aswell and that goes without the crowds!

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