We have just returned from our annual pilgrimage to Noosa.
Below are some images of the flight North.
No images of the waves.
There are plenty floating around in blogdom.
We had good waves every day.
There was some outstanding logging going on by the
international and local crew.
Johnsons was the standout spot on a mid to low tide.
I don't know who the surfer was,
but he caught a wave from behind the big rock at Johnsons
and it was fives and tens all the way to the beach just short of first point.
He did not move off the nose for the whole wave.
The waves were running down the bank in about 12" of water.
If you got the right one it was great.
Pick the wrong one and it was a drilling into the sand.
Caves beach south of Newcastle.
Shannon Creek dam.
A bend on the Clarence river
NW of Grafton.