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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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Add location - Yo Mantra, if a surf location isn't listed put it on this site yourself
By good luck if you can survive it!
its no secret... - if you have a good look on the eastern side of the surf map, the "crazy left" is marked there under its origonal name. heres a hint, its the tallest cliff in vicco.
why aint johanna on the list? - Hey I realise there are plenty of good quality breaks on this coast but why have you missed out on listing johanna. ive surfed it only a handfull of times but i know its quality, it would rate as one of the best beachies in the world- correct me if im wrong!! Good site though. It would be great if more people posted more pics and it would also improve if more people had some creative imput in the comments and not just negative worrying. on the whole though, very good!!
why aint johanna on the list? - Hey I realise there are plenty of good quality breaks on this coast but why have you missed out on listing johanna. ive surfed it only a handfull of times but i know its quality, it would rate as one of the best beachies in the world- correct me if im wrong!! Good sight though. It would be great if more people posted more pics and it would also improve if more people had some creative imput in the comments and not just negative worrying. on the whole though, very good!!
lacal hoax - it seems like every one that is commenting on this is a local and doesn't want crowds, but when i was down there i didn't c anyone else surfing, so most of u must simple be spiting shit and it was pretty much perfect 4 alot of places, and as 4 that crazy left it doesn't matter how exposed it gets because it's never going to get crowded anyway, it's just too crazy 4 most people. so quit ur winging
- where is that crazy left? waves mag called t-rex i think
discovery bay - iv just got back from a school camp in which we walked nearly all the coast of discovery bay. it was messy and onshore when we went but i couldent help but notice some good banks. does anyone surf this area?
Away - Indo perhaps. No lefts round here. Nup not one.
where to go? - Hey just a question. Im a local young surfer from warrnambool, and me and a few mates wanna head somewhere over the school holi's. We want it to be a break with good quality lefts and rights, and we wanna be able to camp there. Any ideas? Thanks
By Matt Hannon
I'm not from here... - There is a lot shit on this site. what is everyone talking about localism in Warrnambool for? Mate, half (some get much respect) of the locals in Warrnambool are too lazy to get out of bed and surf before 9.30 - let alone beat the crap out of you. and just a little gripe about ignorant and angry locals who get themselves twisted on the fact they have to deal witha few uni blow ins. get over it, its never gona stop. You call yourself a sixth generation local mate? good onya! so does that mean that cos my background is from all over the place i should be laying claims on the globe? what sort of head trip are you on sir? some uni rats are not real surfers - so let em stick to tha flume and 2 foot japs. theres others who (like myself) have never had the oppurtunity to live near the beach, and so are making the absolute most of it. i learnt to surf in Warrnambool, and have done so every day for the last few years. i'm out there just as much as any 'local', yet i still cop shit off a couple of dickheads - but some are too close-minded and will never change, and will probably never leave their comfort zone (Warrnambool) for at least another 6 generations. to the others who have the spirit and would prefer to surf and experience as many different places as possible, i'll see ya round.Don't litter
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