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Topic: Australian Uni
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Topic: Australian Uni
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RE: Australian Uni

come to adelaide. every1 is shit scared of sharks so tourist kooks are non existent and they aint even gonna hurt ya. heaps of good waves around. Flinders Uni is good. half hour drive to some fun beachies. hours drive to some mad waves and on weekends, 3 hour yorkes trip to insane uncrowded waves (except for holidays)

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RE: Australian Uni

GO TO UNI OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA...wicked social scene, and the waves here are uncrowded compared to the metropolis breaks around goldy and central sydney

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chilean

brisbane surf

hi!..im going to the Queensland University of Technology...are there any good beach to surf arround?? ....



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half canuck

RE: Australian Uni

QUT is not near the beach but you can surf on the Gold Coast which is about 45mins to an hour away. It is in Brisbane.

Griffith Uni is nowhere near the beach either.

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maxwell

RE: Australian Uni

dear sir

contact and purchase of gold. i dont know if you are intrested to do this deal

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OZ

RE: Australian Uni

Micheal Peterson the Hendrix of surfing from Kirra.

Used to surf 10 ft Angourie by himself at night.

Cot into smack though alas.

Aloha



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nappy

RE: Australian Uni

Er rabbit won the world champs he from the goldie ya nob

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Ian

RE: Australian Uni

Hey Guys,

I am going to be studying abroad at the University of Sunshine Coast come February and I was wondering what the surf is like in that area.  Thanks

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pd

RE: Australian Uni

The Sunny Coast is good,
not as consistent as the Goldie waves but it doesn't
matter cause crowds are heaps thinner & laid back.
The whole Kawana stretch
(Buddina to Wurtulla) gets glassy peaky beachies only
about 15min from the uni.

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Ian

RE: Australian Uni

Hey, Thanks for the info.


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