“The Surfer’s Travel Guide: Australia” is a must-have book for those who live and surf Down Under, but also for first-timers in the land of kangaroos. If you had a week to explore Australia’s surfing potential, where would you go? Which surf spot should you try? How could you get a board? When would you catch the best waves? The Australian surf spot index compiled by Chris Rennie has all the answers for your Australian surfing doubts and questions. Despite all the online information, this 352-page handbook is a valuable gem.
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SHIPSTERN BLUFF : Surf: 13-16 ft.
Mick Fanning has ridden some of the thickest and most dangerous waves of his life, at Shipstern Bluff, in Tasmania. The Australian surfing champion returned from Teahupoo and immediately traveled to Devil’s Point with big wave surfer Mark Mathews. The iconic reef break was pumping solid barrels. “Had the funnest day ever yesterday with the boys at Shippies! Thanks for the call and thanks to all the Tassie crew for being ultimate legends, especially Zeb Critchlow for whipping me into this thing!” wrote Mick Fanning.
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SHIPSTERN BLUFF : Surf: 11-13 ft.
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SHIPSTERN BLUFF : Surf: 13-15 ft.