New South Wales, Australia A heaven for the wakeboarder
The drought across Australia certainly hasn’t adversely affected their waterways. With masses of rivers and lakes dotting the whole state, it is easy to find your freshwater getaway.
Lakes and Rivers
If salt water doesn’t offend you, then you have just opened yourself up to a million other waterways that line the coast.
Places like, Lake Conjola (Scotty Broome’s home lake), Myall Lakes (where you will find Forster Tuncurry ), Lake Macquarie, or the many rivers that are brackish eg. The Mighty Hawkesbury River ( Wisemans Ferry ).
Along the east coast of Australia heading north by car out of Sydney, you pass through Raymond Terrace, on your way to Port Macquarie.
It is always useful to check the NSW Maritime for maps of the area you intend to wakeboard. Making sure you are in a waterway that allows for wakeboarders. Checking for the right wakeboard equipment including helmets, vests, and the like.
Unique Wakeboard Experience in NSW
Head south from Sydney into the base of the high country for a unique experience of snow and water at Jindabyne or Kahncoban.
Not enough places to wakeboard NSW? Then give Victoria ago.