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Surfing Adelaide and surround area...« on: October 10 2005 04:10:00 »
I'm considering to study in Adelaide for half a year. But before I desire if I should or not, I'd like to hear a bit about the surfing in the area. such as beach/reef breaks, rocks, sharks, sweel height where and when - you name it...
I've surfed in Costa Rica for 6 months so I've tried it before but is defintly not a pro! By the way can I tell you that I'm from Denmark across the globe
RE: Surfing Adelaide and surround area...« Reply #1 on: January 16 2006 00:01:00 »
Hey mate Adelaide has now much surf close to the city the closest is about 20 mins away but is fickle. lots of oppertunitys for good uncrowded surf if you are willing to to do a few roadies to places like Kangaroo ISland, Yorke penisula, South East or Catus.
RE: Surfing Adelaide and surround area...« Reply #3 on: April 03 2007 17:04:00 »
Why dont you google up a map of Australia??? Adalaide is in land you moorons!!!!
RE: Surfing Adelaide and surround area...« Reply #4 on: April 16 2007 05:04:00 »
err adelaide isnt inland. its in a gulf hence no waves (well not many)
RE: Surfing Adelaide and surround area...« Reply #5 on: April 17 2007 02:04:00 »
1hr south is Victor Harbour have reasonable surf there. 12hrs west world class remember to keep your feet up.
RE: Surfing Adelaide and surround area...« Reply #6 on: May 07 2007 18:05:00 »
If you google map Adelaide and check out the seaford reefs south of Adelaid eon the wwestern side of the peninsular, we get waves which is only 30km drive south of the city.2 to 4 foot but a bit fat and they come through the gap between Kangaroo Island and the next peninsular over.
Have to be the right direction etc, and Winter is better than Summer.