A surfer has made the most of a stunning wave at Snapper Rocks on the Gold Coast, shifting in and out of seven barrels in a 45-second ride.

In the video that was shot on Monday morning and posted on YouTube, the marathon ride shows the man narrowly avoiding a number of other surfers at the iconic Queensland break.

The renowned point break is man-made, created by the Tweed River sand bypass system in 1995, which pumps sand from the Tweed River mouth to nearby beaches.