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By Hollie Harris

With the swell direction shifting easterly, the Points lit up from last Wednesday, leaving the open beaches pretty messy.
The Easter gifts came early, one after the other as the Noosa Malibu club president said last Wednesday was the best day of surfing he has had at First Point in over 40 years.
Barrels and solid lines of swell all day long made for a perfect treat before the crowds came in on Friday.
The swell pretty much hung around all weekend.
Tea Tree was still 3 to 4 foot on Easter Monday, although every wave came complete with its own Grommet!
The waters were busy with kids on school holidays, so it was important to remember that this is what the groms look forward to when schools out.
Granite was reportedly going off with hardly anyone out, and if you braved the crowds and traffic, you would’ve enjoyed Noosa at its best this Easter.
Looking ahead, there is a short range SE swell that is building, so we should have some sets around 3ft or more around Noosa over the next couple of days and into next week, the Gold Coast is looking to get some great surf.

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