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Australia: The place for surfers around the world.
Cabarita Beach, New South Wales
Is a sandy strip Unknown to many, loved by surfers. You can ride the waves with all kinds of tide and in all weather conditions, and is one of the few places along this coast, sheltered from north winds.
Manly, New South Wales
With its wide and open shoreline, is often considered one of the best beaches for surfers. Just 15 minutes ' drive from the Centre of Sydney, or a 20-minute ferry ride from Sydney Harbour, Manly offers also good bars, cafes and shops for surfers.
Noosa Heads, Queensland
This beach - along with the surrounding beaches of Sunshine Beach, Boiling Pot, Tea Tree and Granite Bay - is popular with surfers from all over Australia. In many they arrive on this beach attracted by the many waves or the nearby national park, and the liveliness of the village. Noosa is also a paradise for food lovers, who delight in the restaurants on the beach, ice cream, taste the excellent coffee, and do not lose their best agricultural markets of Australia in nearby Eumundi.
The Superbank, Snapper Rocks, Queensland
On this beach there are the longest waves in the world. Ride the waves of Superbank is really on top of things to do, to professional surfers
Pambula Rivermouth, New South Wales
The waves at Pambula Rivermouth may be intermittent, but under the right conditions, the break is just fabulous. A great choice for experienced surfers. Pambula can be arduous. The beach is also famous for the national parks that surround it, and for the kangaroos sprouting from vegetation at sunrise and sunset. Pambula is also known for its excellent oysters.
North Narrabeen, New South Wales
A long beach just 25 km from the center of Sydney, North Narrabeen has long been among the favorite destinations of the most experienced surfers Sydney. In 2009, the area was declared a "National Surfing Reserve" (surf National Reserve) and includes 50 hectares of land and more than 1 km of coastline. There are more than five breaks, including "The Point", "The Alley" - and "The Bombie", a popular break for its great waves separated.
Bells Beach, Victoria
Destination for surfers from around the world is the large beach at Bells Beach. Its big waves attract many people and experience here leaves unforgettable memories. The break is a magnet for the best professional surfers in the world and many stop to watch the adventures of these. It's a popular stop along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, the beach is surrounded by rocky cliffs that offer an exceptional vantage point to observe the unfolding of the action. From 1961 on this beach is organized the Rip Curl Pro Bell's Beach, believed to be the longest running surfing contest in the world. The wave is at its best in autumn and winter, but be careful: the waters of the great Southern Ocean can be chilly.
Rottnest Island, Western Australia
A 25-minute ferry ride from Fremantle, arriving on the tranquil Rottnest Island. Rent a bike and surfboard in shoulder search the beach for you. Strickland Bay, Salmon Bay and Stark Bay are popular and there are also numerous "break" on the reef from both sides of the island. The waves are often from 60 to 90 cm larger than the beaches of Perth. Spend the night in one of the lodges on the island to return to surf the next day, or end your day with a drink or dinner on the sea, before returning to Perth.
Margaret River, Western Australia
The region is internationally renowned for its wine, but more and more for its beaches popular with surfers. The surf contest, Margaret River Pro, now falls within the ASP circuit races. Smiths Beach yallingup and offer break for surfers of all levels and once placed the surfboard, even the opportunity to admire the sun sinks in the Indian Ocean.
Are you thinking of visiting Australia with your surfboard? Remember that in order to enter the territory of Australia is required to request a Visa for Australia ETA
For any question or information in preparation for the trip sent email using the contact form on the homepage di Australia-eta.com
John Brown Marketing Manager