Surf Check 9.00am Noosa Heads

Sunday long weekend holiday, crystal clear ocean, clear skies, hot sunny with a cool NE sea breeze, Noosa doesn’t get much better . The swell is filtering into Laguna Bay , it is in the 1ft range very small but just being in the water on any craft will take you away today. Low tide for a slide in the national park watch out for the SUP pack, looks like drone central. The walking track jam packed with fit n healthy runners no room to move. The traffic along Noosa parade is backed up to Noosa Sound/ Munna point bridge,that’s a first, have  never seen that before in 38 years. Plenty of crew out enjoying the day. Anyway a beer at the surf club late today would be just wonderful. Cheers bp.

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National Park drone attack.

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National Park 1/2 ft slide.

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Ti-tree Bay overview.

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Ti-Tree bay paddle back along the rock shelf for some excitement.

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Ti-Tree Bay beach filling up.

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Drones off flatrock.

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Laguna Bay peaceful today.

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Drones off Boiling Pot.

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Johnsons Point and new low tide beach.

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Johnsons Point picnic on the rocks.

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Little Cove just popped in for brekky and a swim.

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Big Tri on Laguna Bay out for a spin , motoring big time look through the hulls.

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U Turn back out to sea.

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Starting to amp it up, rooster tail 50 + metres.

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National Park fly past.

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Charging along the point back out to sea.

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National Park Glass.

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National Park, coffee & muffin sit.

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The new National Park Beach.

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A fine line of sand into Johnsons Point & Little cove.

 

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