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RE: adelaide surf, SA« on: July 26 2005 06:07:00 »
yeah,i live in victor harbor,there's heaps of surf spots here and 80km to adelaide,but its now 100km/hr all the way so realistically you can make the southern suburbs of adelaide in about 50 mins.the reason for this is that they built a one way expressway which travels in the direction to adelaide in the morning then its one way back to victor in the arvo.weekends is a different story.in sydney you might have to travel only 20-30 km's and it still takes an hour.
RE: adelaide surf, SA« Reply #1 on: August 15 2005 03:08:00 »
Wat up. Surf around the city is crap. About 5 surfable days a year and they are on-shore stormys!!!
Go 1hour south to victa and there is about 20 km of surfable coastline on the right day. I should know......i lived/surfed there for 17 yrs but moved to Adelaide 2 yrs ago and Im lacking SALT!!!!!
RE: adelaide surf, SA« Reply #2 on: September 05 2005 04:09:00 »
theres heaps of waves around. mid fun but not gonna hurt ya. victor has got waves pretty much every day...not always good but around waits/parsons way there will always be swell. on a big day head to bullies or kings if it aint maxing and you'll score massive waves that will really test ya skills and the size of ya balls....
RE: adelaide surf, SA« Reply #3 on: September 09 2005 05:09:00 »
the sharks aint gonna hurt ya mate...they're everywhere and its just your choice of where you surf as to whether your prone to the attacks or not... the chances are a million to one and around the adelaide area (mid/south coast) you are as safe as anywhere in the world
RE: adelaide surf, SA« Reply #4 on: December 10 2006 02:12:00 »
Sry but im from germany and i`ll go to Adelaide in in 8 months so i bought some travel books and stuff but all what they write is pretty negative. Im sure that i wnt to goto Adelaide but is adelaide a cool place?? with young people?? And are the Waves as good as in sydney or melbourne ? PLease answer me. :) thx
RE: adelaide surf, SA« Reply #5 on: December 10 2006 03:12:00 »
student life in Adelaide
hi every one, just wanted to know some information about student life in Adelaide, I love traveling and have traveled a bit I am planning to do my masters program in Adelaide university, so this question goes out to adelaidians and rest of of the traveling community, people say a lot (negative and positive) things about Adelaide what is it like to be a student, am I going to have fun at the same time enjoy my two years of study! Please be bias !
RE: adelaide surf, SA« Reply #6 on: December 27 2006 01:12:00 »
Look on a map & you will see Port Noarlunga to Moana. (Mid Coast - 30 mins from city)
Good waves there for the novice but doesn't work very often
Middleton & Day Street (via Victor Harbor) on South Coast - 45 min drive OK also.
RE: adelaide surf, SA« Reply #7 on: October 30 2007 03:10:00 »
Hi, there are spots down Fleurieu Peninsula, the South Coast of South Australia Victor Harbor way, surf beaches at Middleton, Port Elliot, Goolwa. www.adelaidescene.tv, Thanks
RE: adelaide surf, SA« Reply #8 on: November 26 2007 23:11:00 »
i went surfing first time in my life you can go to Moana it's about an hour drive from salisbury so will be closer fro the city. waves are not huge but it's still really nice and caravan park is 2 minutes walk.
RE: adelaide surf, SA« Reply #9 on: December 20 2007 01:12:00 »
Adelaide's surf is pretty Average but if you go on a 5 hour drive to the Yorke Peninsula tip youll find some of the best waves in Australia there (Pondalowie, Daly Heads)