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 Waiehu Beach, Kahului, Hawaii USA
It’s also home to Kahana Pond State Wildlife Sanctuary and the Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum, dedicated to Maui’s sugar industry. Kahului’s own major airport is located in the North shore. The climate is tropical wet, but during winter is very windy and dry, ideal for water sports.
Along the sea side, there are schools and shops to buy or rent surfing gear as well as to take surfing lessons if you are a beginner. Waiehu Beach is not suited for beginners. It has normal wave quality and ordinary wave power, fun to ride.
The wind direction is coming from North, Northwest and blows side-on from the left . Waiehu beach is a popular beach mainly for the locals, so even during weekends, there are just a few kite surfers. Kite surfers should be careful of rip currents, urchins, rocks and sharks.
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