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 Mui Ne Bay, Binh Thuan, Vietnam
Over the last years, Vietnam has become an emerging top adrenaline sports destination and not without a reason! Mui Ne Bay, situated in Binh Thuan Region, meets the most suitable weather and water conditions for practicing kite board. The spot’s proximity with the Binh Thuan Desert contributes in maintaining dry weather, unlike the other Asian holiday’s destinations.
During the dry season the winds blow constantly, especially, from the north, creating big waves. The seabed is free from coral reefs and rocks and the sandbank extends for more than 2.4 km/1.5 mi long. Usually, during the high season, the central part of the beach attracts many kiters and swimmers, thus making difficult and sometimes dangerous to ride on the spot. During those days, it is highly recommended to better use the western part of the beach.
Mui Ne Bay spot is suitable for beginners and intermediate kiters. The more advanced kiters could probably need to perform their sport in an area, appropriate only for experienced riders, called ”water spot”. Don’t miss this unique location.