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Boardriders invite you to catch some waves at Cabarita

Young board riders Dane Pullinger, Dan Sinclair, Jai Ross, Cedar the dog and Jacinta Greenup in Cabarita Beach.
Young board riders Dane Pullinger, Dan Sinclair, Jai Ross, Cedar the dog and Jacinta Greenup in Cabarita Beach. John Gass

WHAT better way to spend the summer than barrelling down the waves at one of the world's best beaches.

Cabarita Boardriders is holding its sign on day on Sunday, February 3, on the headland at 7am.

The club has several divisions including micro-groms (parent assisted) cadets, juniors, opens and over 35s.

The club meets on the first Sunday of each month and also participates in inter-club competitions and other special events.

For more information about the sign on and the club, call Linda Sinclair on 0417 830 558.

You can also check out their website: www.cabaritaboardriders.com



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