Thursday, 1 May 2014

Removals to Australia: Best Beaches for Surfing

If you are a keen surfer, then undertaking removals to Australia will give you a chance to visit some of the world's most famous beaches. The country is famed for its prowess in the sport, with leading surfers regularly smashing records. As you will know if you have tried surfing yourself, it is a sport which takes you to picturesque locations and offers fantastic exercise. It's also a super stress-buster and way to meet new friends, while riding a wave gives an adrenalin rush.

Even if you haven't tried your hand at surfing yet, it is likely to be one of the activities you will want to get involved in when you have settled into your new home. Australia has some leading surf schools, so the time is right to book your first surf lesson. Invest in a wetsuit, a good board and some wax and you will be ready to go and hit some waves.

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Best Surfers' Beaches in Australia

Bondi Beach, New South Wales – Australia's most celebrated beach, this world-famous stretch of golden sands is only about five miles from central Sydney. Stylish surfing is a way of life here, with shops selling all kinds of designer swimwear. Serious board riders take to the waves at the south end of the beach, where the waves are strongest, while there are also sheltered areas for rookie surfers to learn in safety. A locally-based surf school, Let's Go Surfing, can give you your first lessons in the sport, or help you improve even if you are already an experienced surfer. Once you've finished your session, there are plenty of caf├ęs and restaurants here where you can relax and soak up the sunshine.

Noosa, Queensland – Situated on the Sunshine Coast, Noosa is approximately 75 miles north of Brisbane, with several beaches and small bays which have become magnets for surfers. The town holds an annual Festival of Surfing in March, which attracts adventurous longboard surfers from around the world. Noosa has a series of points which are famed as among the best along the popular surfing coast of south-eastern Queensland and northern New South Wales.

Snapper Rocks, Rainbow Bay, Queensland – At the southern end of Queensland's Gold Coast, Snapper Rocks is a world-renowned surfing spot. It is at the start of the Super Bank sand bar, which is said by some to have the world's most consistent long waves – so it can be possible to ride one wave for around one-and-a-half miles. International surfing events are held here and champions use the area as a training ground.

Northern Beaches, New South Wales – Sydney's northern peninsula covers a 12-mile stretch from Manly Beach to Palm Beach, with a range of waves to appeal to all abilities from youngsters to experts. Freshwater Beach is the spot where the first surfing demonstration in Australia was given, nearly 100 years ago in 1915, by visiting Hawaiian surfer Duke Kahanamoku. That was just the start of the huge popularity of the sport.

Surf Coast, Victoria – You'll find a host of great surf breaks between the Bellarine peninsula and the Great Ocean Road, near the city of Geelong. The most famous destination here is Bells Beach, which stages the oldest professional surfing event in the world, now known as the Rip Curl Pro. You can see the World Surf Museum in nearby Torquay and discover more about the sport's history.

Strickland Bay, Western Australia – Rottnest Island is a popular spot for surfing with both local residents and visitors. It is set in a very attractive bay with a number of islands, where the waves are said to be ideal for both surfing and body boarding.

Marrawah, Tasmania –  Australian and international surfers all visit Greens Beach at Marrawah, which is also a popular spot for kite-surfing.

Cactus Beach, South Australia – About 13 miles south of Penong, this beach might be off the beaten track, but it has three great surfing breaks.

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