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Top 05 Places to Surf in Australia – Narrowed Down to the Best

Australia boasts over 60,000 km of coastline, hence, narrowing down your choices to find the best surf locations is a tedious task. Listed below are surf towns creating the most hype!

1

Central Coast – NSW

Central Coast is located halfway between Sydney and Newcastle; as such it is a favoured destination for day trippers. However, the real reason Central Coast is a popular surfer destination can be attributed to the following. Avalon Beach; located 45kms from Sydney the beach offers both the beginner and professional surfer some excellent breaks, which longboarders, especially, cannot resist. Ben Player is one of the areas local products, and well, any surfer worth his or her salt, knows how epic that is. There is a beach food kiosk open from 7 am for a good brekky and a surf lounge which remains open until the wee hours of 2 am.

2

Exmouth – WA

Exmouth is best loved for verdant Ningaloo Reef, and the thrill of whale watching; but the serious surfer knows the region offers challenging waves and a stunning coastline for anyone willing to jump on a board and enjoy the sensation of skimming over the waves. There too you will come across a café for breakfast and a restaurant for evening cuisine; kicking back with a cool beer and enjoying some live music.

3

Yamba – NSW

Yamba offers world famous breaks, and picture postcard perfect surroundings. Head over to Turner Beach, where you can enjoy some of the best left-hand breaks around the northern end and rights at the southern edge. If you are a beginner, check out the Yamba-Angourie surf school, where patient and expert instructors will have you skimming the waves in next to no time. The most popular spot is Angourie Point which is a right break, made famous by legendary surfer Nat Young. There you can head over to Pippi's Café for an awesome 'big' breakfast and enjoy salmon and oysters by evening at the bistro.

4

The Sunshine Coast

Surfing on the Sunshine Coast, is very rewarding, with multiple spots to choose from, catering to both the novice and professional surfer. If you are a guest at Oaks Seaforth Resort, then the Noosa National Park which is within easy reach, should not be missed for some very professional surf points. There you will be treated to outer points for the seasoned surfer, while Double Island Point and Old Woman Island are both excellent surf destinations for the professional surfer; these spots are located not too far from Sunshine Coast hotels.

5

Kiama – NSW

The first thing you need to do when surfing around Kiama, for the first time, is to head over to Zink Surf, where the friendly locals will advise you on the best locations to head to for an awesome surfing adventure. You will most likely be directed to The Farm, located north in the Killalea State Park; the place is set up as a National Surfing Reserve. There is also Werri Beach on the southern edge, for clean breaks and lots of energetic runs for longboarders, while there make sure to check out the very famous Werri Fish Shop. Wind down at the El Corazon where shots and tacos are on the cards.

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