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Topic: which way to the beach?

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replies: 14

By:

Localidiot

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RE: which way to the beach?

« on: January 11 2006 18:01:00 »

Hi bra. Far out I know just the spot for ya. Theres a secret place not many people know about. Its called the Gold Coast. You can stay in Southport go to Bond Uni, party in surfers and surf uncrowded breaks that are always perfect in summer. Come down we need more visitors here, the roads, uni's and breaks are being under utilised.... good luck

By:

hi

RE: which way to the beach?

« Reply #1 on: January 11 2006 23:01:00 »

hi Patrick i posted abouw wollongong, if u need anymore info let me know, trust me you will enjoy it its a great town has everything without being a major city and some nice tail as well. enjoy.



By:

patrick

RE: which way to the beach?

« Reply #2 on: January 13 2006 09:01:00 »

hi "HI",
can you give me your email address please?

By:

Lockie

RE: which way to the beach?

« Reply #3 on: February 21 2006 05:02:00 »

Pat, Geelong is your answer. You're just 20mins away from Bells and the entire surf coast, where with just a little searching you find world class uncrowded waves. I dunno what kiting is, but there are heaps of kiteboarders out at Cosy Corner beach in Torquay on any given windy day, if you stayed on campus at Deakin Uni you'll be exactly 10mins from the nightlife. Us Victorians are as laid back as anyone in Aus. Just have to put up with chilly water in every season but summer, when you can wear boardies. Weather can get as low as 13 C in Winter and as high as 40 C in Summer!There you go: do the research (swellnet.com.au is a good place to start...that's the surfcoast report) and tell me this place ain't perfect! (just don't drop in on me!) .


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