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When you are looking for the best place to go surfing, consider the beaches on the Sunshine Coast in Australia. The Sunshine Coast is known for its amazing beaches and warm sunny weather. When you are ready to experience some great surfing, here are three of the best surfing beaches on the Sunshine Coast of Australia.

1. Sunshine Beach

Located just south of the Noosa Head Cove, Sunshine Beach is a great surfing area for beginner to intermediate surfers. The area of Sunshine Beach develops waves easily, making it a popular place to surf. The cliffs on the north side of the beach provide great protection against the colder northern winds, allowing the beach to enjoy the sunny weather. Sunshine Beach also features walking paths that lead to other beaches around the area such as Noosa Cove and Alexandria Bay. Sunshine Beach also features a number of great activities to help you enjoy the beach, such as bike paths, fire pits, restrooms, phone booths, parking and handicap access. There is also hotel accommodations and restaurants near the coast to give you better access to this surfing destination.

2. Alexandra Headland Beach

The Alexandra Headland Beach on the Sunshine Coast is also referred to as the bluffs by those who are familiar with the area. The Headland Beach produces some great Malibu-style waves with right-hand sliders and solid right breaks as well as rip feeds that dump left of the swell. The Alexandra Headlands are more for the experienced surfer and is a very popular location for professional surfers. Alexandra Headlands is protected by the Alexandra Headland Surf Club who patrols the beach to keep surfers and tourists safe during their daily outings. The Headlands have maintained their small town environment, but are just minutes from major shopping venues and tourist attractions along the Sunshine Coast, as well as offering plenty of Sunshine Coast hotels directly opposite the surf club. The Beach also includes showers, toilets, bike trails, picnic areas and shops along the beaches boardwalk. Dogs are allowed on the beach as long as they are on a leash.

3. Moffat Beach

Moffat Beach is a very popular location for long-board surfers and those who enjoy body boarding. The Beach is located near the Caloundra reef and features picnic grounds, restrooms, bike trails, observation points and parking lots with handicap access. Dogs are allowed on the beach as long as they are on a leash and there is protected swimming areas nearby at Tooway Lake. Moffat Beach is patrolled occasionally during periods of high usage by the Dicky Beach Surf Life Saving Club, but is unprotected during low occupancy times. The tides at Moffatt Beach provide for long runs for body boarders with surfers finding larger heavy barreling waves quite often. The heavy barrels of Moffat Beach have often been compared to the popular pipelines at other surfing locations.

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