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Surfing Ti Tree Bay

Listed under Surfing in Queensland, Australia.

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Two hours North of Brisbane. Ti-tree Bay is good for intermediate to advanced surfers, it has a right hand point break. Both long and short board riding is possible and you'll sometimes get rides up to 200 meters. Best at four to six feet and between November and April. Minimum water temp 19degrees.

Written by  Merrick Davis.

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“Best for Long boarders”

Dominated by long boarders, so short boarders don't stand a chance of getting many/any waves. Unbelievably crowded when surf is good which is quite often). Warm water most of year. Half a mile walk to get there. Take off slot very small, which means tha… Read more...

Written by  Ian Wilson.

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