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Created by kitesurferDude A week ago, 6 Jan 2018
kitesurferDude
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6 Jan 2018 6:32AM
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Spending March based in Brunswick Heads to get away from the cold UK weather - can anyone suggest some good kitespots/contacts nearby?

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Adam'KiteRepair
NSW, 245 posts
6 Jan 2018 12:11PM
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kitesurferDude said..
Spending March based in Brunswick Heads to get away from the cold UK weather - can anyone suggest some good kitespots/contacts nearby?

Cheers


not in the SLSC flags. find byron liters facebook page bud.

Rails
QLD, 1021 posts
6 Jan 2018 8:48PM
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Hey dude

Surf or twinnie? The beaches are good downwinders, not a lot of flat water. Have a squiz at the pass/Clarkes beach at Byron or Currumbin on north easterlies. Rowdy or GCDave are your men down that way.

stamp
QLD, 2585 posts
7 Jan 2018 8:38AM
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for surf - either leeward side of the breakwater at bruns itself is good, the wall blocks the chop but the swell still breaks nicely and the wind stays clean. black rocks (15 minutes' north, ask around) is great on a northerly. downwinders from pottsville to bruns and vice versa are a great run too.

kitesurferDude
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11 Jan 2018 3:34AM
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Adam'KiteRepair said..

kitesurferDude said..
Spending March based in Brunswick Heads to get away from the cold UK weather - can anyone suggest some good kitespots/contacts nearby?

Cheers



not in the SLSC flags. find byron liters facebook page bud.


Thanks Adam will have a look out for liters Facebook page

Adam'KiteRepair
NSW, 245 posts
11 Jan 2018 8:17AM
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Adam'KiteRepair said..


kitesurferDude said..
Spending March based in Brunswick Heads to get away from the cold UK weather - can anyone suggest some good kitespots/contacts nearby?

Cheers




not in the SLSC flags. find byron liters facebook page bud.



Thanks Adam will have a look out for liters Facebook page


LOL. Im an exsmoker, must always have a light on my mind. Byron Kiters mate.

kitesurferDude
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Friday , 12 Jan 2018 5:27AM
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Rails said..
Hey dude

Surf or twinnie? The beaches are good downwinders, not a lot of flat water. Have a squiz at the pass/Clarkes beach at Byron or Currumbin on north easterlies. Rowdy or GCDave are your men down that way.


Bringing the twinnie & the kites, havnt got enough room for the surf board, wife reckons I got to bring more important stuff like clothes etc!
Thanks for info on the Currumbin & the Byron beaches, looks like I'll be spoilt for choice

kitesurferDude
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Friday , 12 Jan 2018 5:31AM
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Adam'KiteRepair said..

kitesurferDude said..


Adam'KiteRepair said..



kitesurferDude said..
Spending March based in Brunswick Heads to get away from the cold UK weather - can anyone suggest some good kitespots/contacts nearby?

Cheers





not in the SLSC flags. find byron liters facebook page bud.




Thanks Adam will have a look out for liters Facebook page



LOL. Im an exsmoker, must always have a light on my mind. Byron Kiters mate.


Spellchecker does it again!

kitesurferDude
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Friday , 12 Jan 2018 5:55AM
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Adam'KiteRepair said..

kitesurferDude said..


Adam'KiteRepair said..



kitesurferDude said..
Spending March based in Brunswick Heads to get away from the cold UK weather - can anyone suggest some good kitespots/contacts nearby?

Cheers





not in the SLSC flags. find byron liters facebook page bud.




Thanks Adam will have a look out for liters Facebook page



LOL. Im an exsmoker, must always have a light on my mind. Byron Kiters mate.


Spellchecker does it again!
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stamp said..
for surf - either leeward side of the breakwater at bruns itself is good, the wall blocks the chop but the swell still breaks nicely and the wind stays clean. black rocks (15 minutes' north, ask around) is great on a northerly. downwinders from pottsville to bruns and vice versa are a great run too.


Thanks for info stamp, had a look on Google maps and it all looks good, month may not be enough time to try all the spots.

Phoney
NSW, 374 posts
Friday , 12 Jan 2018 3:31PM
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Lennox head is awesome too. From my limited experience there is always kiters there when its windy

kitesurferDude
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Saturday , 13 Jan 2018 2:14AM
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Phoney said..
Lennox head is awesome too. From my limited experience there is always kiters there when its windy


Thanks for the info Phoney, the list of places to try is getting longer and longer which is good.
6mm thick wetsuits with gloves, booties & balaclava but still freezing cold here so can't wait to get out there!



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