Gold Coast Surfing Spots
Gold Coast Surfing Spots are in easy access of Moorings on Cavill. We will tell you about the best 10 surf breaks on the Gold Coast from our local knowledge All these are in easy access from Mooring on Cavill by local bus. Yes, you can take your boards on the local bus and on the Light G Link Rail
The Gold Coast has many surfing legends like Australian surfing legends Mick Fanning and Wayne “Rabbit” Bartholomew They are our local Gold Coast heroes and can often be seen in the surf at some of these famous surf breaks, Whenever there is an easterly swell the southern Gold Coast points at Currumbin Alley Surfers are the place to surf.
Surfers Paradise is the best Gold Coast Surfing Spots
Only a 5 minute walk from Mooring on Cavill is one the famous surf beaches of the Gold Coast Once you pass the sunbathers on beach you will find a wipe-out wonderland. It is the top tourist spot on the Gold Coast, but keen surfers can always rely on the Surfers break. Locals and visitors always say that the exposed beach break has dependable surf, with waves breaking both left and right.
Narrowneck near Surfers Paradise is a great Gold Coast Surfing Spots
The Gold Coast City council created the artificial reef that helps create Narrowneck’s quality wave. When the surf peaks the artificial reef can provide some of the best rides on any open stretch.
Greenmount must try Gold Coast Surfing Spots
The southern end of the Gold Coast boasts some of the best breaks. World champion locals Joel Parkinson and Mick Fanning are seen here looking for a wave. You will get the best ride when there is a southerly swell and south-easterly wind.
Rainbow Bay world famous Gold Coast Surfing Spots
It is known as a section of the Superbank where the wave faces open up for surfers to carve .
This is the stretch from Snapper Rocks, Rainbow Bay, Greenmount and Kirra Sand has been pumped from The Tweed to prevent erosion on Gold Coast beaches and often creates perfect waves.
Currumbin Alley famous Gold Coast Surfing Spots
At the mouth of Currumbin Creek where many long boarders and other surf craft makes this location a great place to learn how to surf. The unique river mouth point break can also hold larger waves in heavy storm weather but will need a jet ski to get out .
This year the Quiksilver Pro organisers moved the competition from Snapper Rocks to Point Danger This is NSW’s most northerly stretch of sand and is an east-facing beach with exposed swell creating technical waves.
This is the home of the annual Quiksilver Pro World Surfing League competition. Sometines can be overcrowded.when the surf is on.
Burleigh Heads best Gold Coast Surfing Spots
Located under the granite boulders of the rainforest and national park. Produces some of the most consistent waves
on the Gold Coast with sometimes perfect waves
Next time we will give you rundown on Byron Bay
Enjoy your time in Surfers Paradise