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Surfing Burleigh Heads

Listed under Surfing in Queensland, Australia.

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On the Gold Coast. Burleigh Heads has a right hand point break with a sand bottom. It's powerful wave best suites to advanced surfers. It can be very hollow at times. Best surfing between November and April from four to six feet.

Written by  Merrick Davis.

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“Burleigh Heads”

A deservedly famous break that gets way too crowded. Some of the locals have cultivated a nasty reputation so don't drop in on anyone. Read more...

Written by  Mike Lyvers.

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