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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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By Anonymous , 14-08-2006

- new south whales is better queenslands good but its too crowded new south is more consistent and has more of a viraty of surf spots

By salvadorximenez@hotmail.com , 20-07-2004

Which is better all around ? - Hey guys id just like to know which is better for an average surfer queensland state or New South Wales ? im thinking bout studying there on a college but first id like to know which state is better! tks

By Shortboarder , 06-01-2004

The Perfect wave. - My idea o f a perfect wave is a long righthand point thats about 6ft and goes for about 400m with 2 barelling sections and some shoulders to cuttie on breaking on a sand bottom with pebbles on the shoreline and around the point wouldent this be sweet.

By anonymous , 04-10-2003

world class - it is the 6 best wave in the world and austrlias best right hander get there to see it on its best

By former local , 21-01-2002

Giants Causeway - Works but once a year, how I wish I was there to see it go off. 2 meter plus with back wash take off. You had to be there.

By anonymous , 13-07-2001

South Wall Cranks - If there is about 2-3 foot swell and Northly, then catch a ferry to south Ballina, when you come off the ferry take your first left and follow it to the end, all the way to the rock wall. You will get a cherished wave youll never forget, Great wave, great adventure. If you get lost ask any local how to get to South Wall.

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