Gold Coast beaches closed again

Surfers swell

Huge six foot swells pound Surfers Paradise Beach at 9.00am on Sunday. PICTURE: Gary DjSyn Sly SOURCE: Supplied

TREACHEROUS surf conditions have again forced the closure of all beaches across the Gold Coast on Monday.

The large swell continues to pound the east coast, whipped up from a cyclone brewing near New Zealand.


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Chief Lifeguard Warren Young said conditions are unstable at Wharf Road, Narrow Neck, Nobby’s and Breaker Street.

But Burleigh and several others are open.

Two people

Two foolish people brave the dangerous conditions at the CLOSED Surfers Paradise Beach. PICTURE: Gary DjSyn Sly SOURCE: Supplied

A surfer’s dream, it has been a nightmare for lifeguards, who have been kept busy with numerous rescues across the weekend.

A group of teenage boys were photographed risking serious injury as they stood under huge, powerful waves crashing onto the rocks at the Southport Spit.

Waves crashing

A group of young teenagers standing under crashing waves at the Southport Spit risk serious injury. PICTURES: Supplied to myGC

Officials relocated the Queensland Nipper Titles from Kirra to Currumbin Creek due to the rough conditions.

Gold Coast - Rough surf - Alex Stecina - Cabarita 1

Despite repeated warnings, these swimmers risked their life in the CLOSED Cabarita Beach. PICTURE: Alex Stecina SOURCE: Supplied

Conditions are expected to return to normal by Tuesday.

Nine News Beach

Surfers taking advantage of the huge swells whipped up by a cyclone near New Zealand. PICTURE: Channel Nine SOURCE: Twitter

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