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Drive to snapper rocks. Along the back highway on the Gold Coast and take the coolingater exit. Follow the Gold Coast high way past the airport and turn off at Kirra. Take the main street (Runs along the beach front) up to greenmount or snapper rocks.
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This spot is a combination of a point break to a beachie. The wave starts at snapper rocks and breaks all the way through to kirra with alot of sections. On a good day all you can do is pump and pump for the tube, other days its a very long wall for you to carve.
The Atmosphere is basicly snapper, greenmount and kirra all combined. ALOT of people but sometimes if you pull into a good wave that can be satisfying enough.
do not surf this break unless u want to walk all the way back up the beach(2km)after gettin the ride of ur life. but the walk is easly calmed by the great amount of gold coast girls sunbakeing before ur eyes(",)
By Anonymous , 18-05-2007
new moon - well, i once surfed superbank at 9 on a new moon and sometimes i catch it and go around australia and im back by the morning. Norms around 3-5 hour barrelss
By Anonymous , 01-12-2006
- no shit hey? me and my mates paddled in on a wave from south straddie and road it all the way to fingel heads! was the best ride aye!! got a 8ft barrel at night at d'bah just before fingal. Smoked a few durrays on our sick ride too. but u can get barrelled for 20mins at the superbank.
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