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surf in the brisbane area« on: March 26 2008 05:03:00 »
Hi fellow surfman,
I am comen to stay in Wynnum Manly area of Brisbane, Australia outer estern suburbs. I am living here because I have that there are many good surfing locations at my back doorstep. I,m wantingt to surf before my working each day. Can you plse supplies me with the neccesay Informations. I,m rding a jet ski..
RE: surf in the brisbane area« Reply #1 on: March 26 2008 06:03:00 »
Igor old Mate whoever told you there was surf in Wynnum must have been pulling your leg. You will have to travel to luggage point if you are looking for any real quality waves. During a really big swell you might get some 4-5 footers down at Victoria point, also try sandgate. Apart from that - theres really not much happening in South east Queensland. I have heard though that The gold coast occasionally gets waves-never seen em myself though..
RE: surf in the brisbane area« Reply #2 on: March 27 2008 12:03:00 »
unless you want to drive an hour every morning to the gold coast your not going to get any waves, mate who told you sandgate gets waves? its flatter than your moms chest
RE: surf in the brisbane area« Reply #3 on: March 27 2008 12:03:00 »
By the way ozzie, if you knew anything about oz you would know that the goldy has some of the best breaks in the world.... kook