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Wind direction is North, wind speed varies between 4.5 and 15.6 mph with gusts up to 17.8 mph. The sky is clear with a chance of rain 0%.
Wind and wave weather forecast for Coolangatta - Rainbow Bay, Australia contains detailed information about local wind speed, direction, and gusts. Wave forecast includes wave height and period.
These forecasts for Coolangatta - Rainbow Bay are based on the GFS model and were created for windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing and other extreme sports activities. All data updates 4 times a day. Predictions are available in steps from 1 to 3 hours for up to 10 days.
Use professional weather parameters: wind barbs, weather fronts, isobars, and others. Study weather history for the past 11 years (2012-2023). Create sailing, hiking and biking routes with weather in each point.
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At SeaFreaks we continually strive to educate and support waterman from all walks of life. Carrying the full range of Naish and F-One SUP’s, Surf and Kitesurfing gear as well as the exciting new Infinity SUP lineup and stacks of accessories. With an ever increasing need for development and growth in both sports, we here at seaFreaks are committed to ensuring that you are equipped with Knowledge and the right gear for the job. We happily stand behind all brands we stock and wouldn’t expect you to ride something we wouldn’t. We see the value in getting to know our customers and take the time to ensure we point you in the right direction. Understanding the importance of education in, on and around the water.
Surf Sports are an exciting part of the lifesaving movement, and helps develop skills and fitness which can be used in performing rescues. Regularly throughout the season there are competitions (called carnivals) at which Tallebudgera lifesavers compete with keen enthusiasm. Carnivals see people of all ages competing – from Nippers to Masters and ages in between. The surf sports season culminates in the titles – held at Branch, State and National levels. There is a broad range of competitive activities available in surf sports,
Kicking off in 1950 on the warm shingles of Marine Parade, Pacific Lifeguards have spent many a day patrolling the beach, and dabbling in the odd bit of surf-sport. Back in the days the beach had sand, woollen togs, and reel-rescues. Now, Pacific Lifeguards prefer Rescue tubes, knee boards, and IRB's (if they can get their hands on it). Pop down to the club and go for a casual swim with the guards - between the flags of course. Or instead take a stroll along the Rotary Pathway (be sure to slip, slop, slap).