There are currently only four active cables parks in the whole of Australia and New Zealand.
Gowake - Bli Bli - Sunshine Coast. About 1hr 45min north of the centre of brisbane. http://www.gowakesunshinecoast.com.au/
Logan Cable - Carbrook. About 30 minutes south of the centre of Brisbane. Located pretty much central of Brisbane and the Gold Coast. http://www.cableski.com.au
Cairns Cable - Cairns. About 1600kms north of Brisbane. About 15 minutes drive out of town. http://www.cableskicairns.com.au/
Homestead Wakepark - Harvey Bay. About 300kms north of Brisbane. About 3-4 hours drive. http://www.thehomesteadwakepark.com/
Penrith Cable. About 1hr west of Sydney CBD. http://www.cableswakepark.com/
If people would like to add some details about costs, opening times, kickers/sliders and other sessions, I will add them to the details here.
Last edited by cam on Fri Nov 04, 2011 2:57 pm, edited 5 times in total.
Quick question - does anyone know why there are no more cables in Aus.... They have hundreds in Europe which all seem to be making money?
theres also 100's of more million people in europe compared to australia dude, and possibly insurance permiums are high here?? and in europe you dont have free reign of rivers and lakes like we do here, you have to get special permits for majority of lakes etc which are a limited number and usually passed down through family generations, also fuel is alot more expensive not to mention the cost of buying the actual boat and costs to keep it registered and running etc..
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Thats good news... hoping that my boat riding can get better now i'm moving to Oz then!! Looking forward to being the third on any boat around the Sydney area....
Flat water for wakeboarding, glassy 4 foot for surf... perfect days!
Because it is winter, the park is closed on weekdays.
The previous comment was probably written in Summer, where the park is in fact open 7 days a week.
man would be awesome if they started one in perth... heaps more boats and dare i say kite sailers these days... all those kite sailers would be loving the park in winter when their seasons down and i guess boat riders would love it in summer when rivers choppy
There is both
Rail jam is obstacles only, no air tricks
Pro tour is obstacles and air tricks
thats why i'm so keen on a park for perth. would be mint to be able to get out on the water over the sea breeze off season between march-oct. but also whenever the wind is not looking too hot during the on season... tho that is not too often.
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