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Back in Tas

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Created by sharky94 24 days ago, 23 Jul 2018
sharky94
WA, 8 posts
23 Jul 2018 6:40AM
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Hi all,
Just made it back to Tassie after 2.5 years out in WA. Here's a bit of a montage I made of some of the best spots over there.



Hopefully it motivates you to pack up the wsfing gear and book a direct flight!

Sharky.

Ps, I don't know many wsfers in southern Tassie, are there many around?? Been wsfing south arm by myself the past few outings.. bit of a contrast to the crowds in WA!

FoS
TAS, 1573 posts
23 Jul 2018 1:39PM
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Less than $700 non stop Hobart to Perth
goo.gl/flights/S7iYx

Flouro1
TAS, 788 posts
23 Jul 2018 3:17PM
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Hi Geraldton ambassador here ,I recently returned from WA (18 months stint) and would like to remain the only person in Tassie boring people to death with footage and stories from windsurfing Mecca.
Anyway it's slightly over rated apart from mega crowded Gnarrloo there is only a dozen wavesailing spots which are slightly cross on till 5pm ,that leaves only 2 hours after work for cross off wave riding .Last season (September to May)only managed 20/25 days a month of 4,2 to ,5,0m wind with mostly head high to 1/2 mast waves not many mast high days at all

geared4knots
TAS, 2352 posts
23 Jul 2018 8:25PM
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Plenty of windsurfers in soutern tas.
Spring coming will see everyone appear out of hybernation.
We bave a whatsapp group that everyone uses on a windy day,
Wavesailing, flat water all catered for,
Dorans road flat water bump your rump spot has sometimes 20 out on a good weekend blow.
Sms me if you want to be added to wts app group 0409854754. Damien

FoS
TAS, 1573 posts
24 Jul 2018 6:45AM
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FoS said..


Less than $700 non stop Hobart to Perth
goo.gl/flights/S7iYx


That was meant return flights $700 or less depending on day can be direct both ways

IbnSigmar
TAS, 28 posts
31 Jul 2018 12:55PM
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sharky94 said..
Hi all,
Just made it back to Tassie after 2.5 years out in WA. Here's a bit of a montage I made of some of the best spots over there.



Hopefully it motivates you to pack up the wsfing gear and book a direct flight!

Sharky.

Ps, I don't know many wsfers in southern Tassie, are there many around?? Been wsfing south arm by myself the past few outings.. bit of a contrast to the crowds in WA!


Nice video, thanks for sharing. It's great to see WA and can't wait for my chance to visit.



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