When we talk about the sea, we will think of the beautiful beach.Today let me introduce a perfect place which beach is famous in the world.The place called Gold Coast.From the name we can see this place must populared with visitors.With 70 kilometres of sun-drenched beaches and four epic point breaks, Gold Coast become the Australia’s paradise.
As well as an international party destination, the Gold Coast boasts some of Australia’s best, most consistent waves and hosts many international surfing competitions. The 35 beaches are patrolled year round by professional lifeguards and have surf to suit all levels of experience. If you’re a surfing novice, the Gold Coast is an ideal place to learn.
You’re almost guaranteed a wave on the Gold Coast, particularly at The Spit, Main Beach, Narrowneck, Palm Beach and Mermaid Beach. The winds and easterly swells conspire to produce perfect one to two foot swells about once a week, and the point breaks deliver good, uncrowded waves the rest of the time. Every couple of months, offshore cyclones create the mythical four foot waves that draw pods of surfers with boards and dreamy, determined expressions. Boogie boarding is best in the morning before the wind hits, and Narrowneck is great for kite surfing.
Today the Superbank is home to some of the world’s longest waves, including one reportedly ridden for 1.97 kilometres from Snapper Rocks to Kirra. Talk about never-ending surf! For this reason, it’s also home to Australia‘s most crowded waves, with locals and pro-surfers monopolising the barrels. Kirra is the one beach where surf has suffered since the Superbank changed the shape of Rainbow Bay. However in cyclone swells, you can still catch some quality waves.