The Noosa River is a very popular kite-surfing spot in South East Queensland, South Australia, at 160 km/99 mi north of Brisbane, 1100 km/683 mi north of Sydney and 250 km/155 mi north of the Gold Coast. The catchment starts in Wahpoonga Range near Mount Elliot in the coastal Great Sandy National Park and meanders south through a lakes district around Tewantin. The catchment is mostly covered by sand dunes and has two major tributaries—Gin Gin Creek and Teewah Creek
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Kiteboarding / Kitesurfing in Lefkanti Kite Park, Euboea, Central Greece Region Greece
With easy and fast access from Athens by car, train or bus over Chalkida bridge, connecting the Greek mainland with Euboea’s island, along with the combination of fantastic mountainous landscapes with incredible white sand beaches, Euboea is an ideal destination for all kinds of adventure holidays, all year round.
Not far away from Euboea’s capital city of Chalkida, Lefkanti Kitepark is located by the seaside, offering some of the most up-to-date and professional services for kiteboarding enthusiasts. Around the mainland of Evia Island, the possibilities of a fine windy day are up to 95% from March until late October. During those months, this spot hosts the ideal weather conditions along with high winds and crystal clear waters.
Thermal winds of 15 to 20 knots (27-37 kph) blow in a parallel direction with the beach, almost everyday after 3 pm, rising the possibilities of having a great kiteboarding day up to 90%. The park provides with many facilities such as a shop to buy or rent gear, free wi-fi, a beach bar, showers and many more services to its visitors.
Suitable for practitioners of all skill levels, along with the assistance of experienced instructors available on the spot to introduce you to a whole new world, this adventure should not be missed. So get ready to bathe under the hot Greek summer sun and enjoy the best extreme kite-boarding experience on the beautiful island of Euboea.