When the taps turn on.

It’s no secret the Gold Coast of Australia has had an average run of waves from recent memory, that is until a deep slow moving low generated off the Antarctic basin began to develop pushing groomed six footers along the coasts fabled sand banks. This low was then shortly followed one of the latest recorded tropical cyclones and the coasts wave-starved surfers had no shortage of waves to feast their eyes on. Here’s an image of Mick Fanning enjoy Kirras fabled sandy barrels.