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The latest guides to the best surf travel destinations around the World

Guide to Surfing Bali.


The Island of the Gods

Surfing the International Hipster Destination
Pererenan is home to a series of river mouth and beach breaks where you may just be able to escape the crowds.
Kedungu, in the Tabanan district of Bali is a super chill surf spot known for beginner friendly waves in an idyllic rural location.
Nusa Dua is a swell magnet and big wave destination which turns on during Bali’s Wet Season.
Kuta on the Western side of Bali is known for its long stretches of black sand beach and awesome reef breaks.
Medewi is a small laid back fishing village in the Jembrana region with Bali’s longest left hand point break.
Jimbaran is a launch point for boats heading to the reefs with a few sheltered surf spots when the waves are big elsewhere.
Guide to Surfing Melbourne.


Surfing Bali's Eastern neighbour

Inside Gerupuk Bay there are a number of breaks which work on varying tides and swell directions suitable for surfers of all levels.
Ekas Bay is a semi remote surf spot with 2 great waves, the Outside and Inside.
Kuta Lombok is a convenient hub for surfers wanting to ride the island's Southern surf spots.
Guide to Surfing Sydney.


East Coast Perfection

A small protected beach where Australians were first introduced to surfing by Duke Kahanamoku in the year 1914.
Surfing Bondi - Sydney's most iconic beach is a must do on a surf trip to Australia.
A 3 hour drive South of Sydney, Mollymook is a quiet surf town in the Shoalhaven region of the Southern NSW coast.
Dee Why is well known for its famous point break, uncrowded beachies and The Strand.
Manly is one of Sydney's best destinations for surfers of all levels with a variety of breaks along the 3km beach from Shelly Beach and South Steyne at the Southern end through to Queenscliff at the North end.
The coastal town of Jervis Bay on the NSW Southern Coast is one of the most unique surf destinations and home to the "Aussie Pipe".
A long beach on the NSW Central Coast suitable for beginner and younger surfers.
Guide to Surfing Perth.


West Coast Australia

Fremantle is a port city in Perth which has surfable white sand beaches protected from big swells by outer reefs.
Scarborough is a white sand, turquoise water beach popular with locals and tourist for its happening beachside scene.
Cottesloe is one of Perth's most popular beaches with waves breaking off the iconic groyne and a set of reef breaks in the area.
Pristine natural environment and world class surf breaks on the South coast of Western Australia.

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