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RE: SURF IN SA« on: June 06 2007 04:06:00 »
what town you movin to and when winter swells be hittin soon
RE: SURF IN SA« Reply #1 on: July 02 2007 00:07:00 »
hey t and pb
sorry about the delay i have been finishing my chiropractic internship so i have been really busy if you guys are still up to give me some info on surf in SA/Vic border it would be appreciated.
thanks chris email@example.com
RE: SURF IN SA« Reply #2 on: October 30 2007 09:10:00 »
Whats up with some info on surf spots in south australia?
RE: SURF IN SA« Reply #5 on: January 30 2008 19:01:00 »
Hi Fred. Best learner spots are a 30 min drive south to the Seaford area (nice soft reef breaks but very inconsistent swell) or an hour down to Middleton where I live. We get plenty of swell but condidtions are fickle, as in wind can be unfavourable especially in summer. Autumn/winter is colder but offshore a lot. Surf on the long beach to the left of Middleton Point to avoid all the rocks. There are planty of surf schools operating down that way too. Good luck and have fun!