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Topic: Surfing near Gladstone, Rockhampton etc.

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replies: 15

By:

fleaonaleash

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Surfing near Gladstone, Rockhampton etc.

« on: July 22 2005 03:07:00 »

Hi Guys, Im moving to Gladstone soon, about 550km north of Brisbane, 110km south east of Rockhampton.  am a pretty new surfer, and have been surfing in NEwcastle. I heard there arent much surfable waves north of Surfer's Paradise. ANyone live around this areaknow of a good and close place maybe within 2 hours drive of Gladstone?

By:

lance

RE: Surfing near Gladstone, Rockhampton etc.

« Reply #1 on: August 06 2005 23:08:00 »

surf up north of yeppoon , from gap in reef

By:

Ben

RE: Surfing near Gladstone, Rockhampton etc.

« Reply #2 on: August 10 2005 03:08:00 »

Agnes Waters

By:

fleaonaleash

RE: Surfing near Gladstone, Rockhampton etc.

« Reply #3 on: August 29 2005 21:08:00 »

went to agnes water.  it was awfully flat on the day. when does it ge tbetter, and where can i get a good surf report on conditions in these areas?

are any of the surfing beaches around yeppoon patrolled?
thanks fellas



By:

OZ

RE: Surfing near Gladstone, Rockhampton etc.

« Reply #4 on: September 02 2005 03:09:00 »

Wave pools ?
Aloha

By:

gary

RE: Surfing near Gladstone, Rockhampton etc.

« Reply #5 on: September 02 2005 04:09:00 »

yep, agnes is all there is, apart from offshore reefs which are no place for beginners.... apart from that, you can drive down to the sunshine coast (about 4 hours away...)

By:

scrape derrrrrr sbc 06

RE: Surfing near Gladstone, Rockhampton etc.

« Reply #6 on: June 13 2007 19:06:00 »

Yeah champ, your best bet would be 1770/Aggie or even sunny coast.. Yeppoon has 9 Mile/Farnborough but seldom see a decent swell unless it's cyclone and even then it's pretty messy. If your extremely lucky and it's f**king windy, you'll get a rideable wave at Kemp. Main beach is the only patrolled beach

By:

OZ

RE: Surfing near Gladstone, Rockhampton etc.

« Reply #7 on: June 15 2007 00:06:00 »

A lot of people from Nimbin, Brisbane etc are going to Yepoon around now to peaceful protest about war games in the pristine area. Chi Tent up at the venue etc.

Aloha

By:

pmatador

RE: Surfing near Gladstone, Rockhampton etc.

« Reply #8 on: February 21 2008 23:02:00 »

Agnes is the go but not great, grew up in Gladdo and you have to wait many a month for a cyclone or something.  If you're super keen you could explore the outer reefs or some of the islands.

By:

lofty

RE: Surfing near Gladstone, Rockhampton etc.

« Reply #9 on: March 08 2008 04:03:00 »

Try tannum sands mate nearly always surf.


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