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RE: Australian Uni« on: May 29 2006 20:05:00 »
Hi Tartan visit phuket Thailand can be good for any beginner , you can easy pick up medium to low swell and learn to balance . cheers from Amorn
RE: Australian Uni« Reply #1 on: September 27 2006 17:09:00 »
yo dereck....thats where im lookin at...what else can you tell me about woll..
RE: Australian Uni« Reply #2 on: September 29 2006 02:09:00 »
You want to surf the goldcoast, plenty of beachies, plenty of crowd but, best pointbreaks and waves for everyone, also good night life, plenty ofother surfers to mingle with.
BOND University is home to many international students (lots of sweedish and norwiegen) and Bond Uni is 10min form the beach...
RE: Australian Uni« Reply #3 on: October 05 2006 21:10:00 »
uni of wollongong in NSW or deakin down in victoria for the better, more consistent waves? i know UOW is 5 min walking to the nearest beach and deakins about a 10 min drive, but as far as consistency goes, which is the better deal??
RE: Australian Uni« Reply #4 on: October 21 2006 05:10:00 »
I go to UNSW for a semester. I live In coogee beach. No waves at coogee unless its really bad conditions. The last time i saw people surfing there a guy ended up dead the next day from surfing.
Normally just hop on the bus to Maroubra beach and surf there. Where I learned how to surf. Some people say watch out for the locals but I have never had a problem with anything like that.
Some people live in Bondi, but that shit is way to far from Uni. Cooge good location and one bus to beach aint so bad.