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Topic: Surfing up the west coast - Leaving 1st week in June

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Pat

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Surfing up the west coast - Leaving 1st week in June

« on: April 29 2012 21:04:00 »

Hey guys,

I'm off to the maldives for a two week surf trip and when I get back I am heading up the west coast from Perth the surf my brains out and get in the sights along the way. I am actually going all the way around the country but I would like to highlight this part of the journey as a surf trip for anyone interested out there.

I will be travelling in my 4x4 80 series land cruiser and plan to hit Gero, the bluff, Gnaraloo and all around the exmouth area. Of course there will be many areas in between. Let me know if you are interested in joining me. I have room for two.

Cheers,

Pat, 31, Irish...



By:

OZ

RE: Surfing up the west coast - Leaving 1st week in June

« Reply #1 on: May 04 2012 16:05:00 »

What sort of price per day would it cost and how long would the trip take.
I'm really interested and it would still give me time sell my car etc.

Aloha

By:

OZ

RE: Surfing up the west coast - Leaving 1st week in June

« Reply #2 on: May 12 2012 20:05:00 »

Lots of Sea Urchins and you even get them in your feet even if wearing booties.I really miss not having them at Ti Tree Bay Noosa as it sure kept the crowds down and you could nealy allways count on geting them in your feet every time you came off in the early seventies. Even if you tried to keep you feet above you. One guy got some in the head. It seemed impossibe to get all of the spike out. So the risk of infection would have to be fairly high in the more tropical area of Red Bluff.  Aloha


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