Few places in this world lend themselves as well to a surf road trip as the vast and varied Queensland coast. Start by flying into Brisbane, picking up a camper, and spending a few days amongst the hustle and bustle of the Gold Coast hallmark breaks before heading north.
As the mileage clocks up, so does the serenity and serendipity. Sure, most surfers have heard of Kirra and Snapper Rocks, even Stradbroke Island and probably Noosa. But Nossa’s still only about an eighth of the way up the state’s east coast. There’s a lot more to surfing in Queensland than the average traveler is aware of, as I discovered just recently.