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This Australian state's intricate 750-mile beachfront contains hundreds of surf breaks of all description, and can be divided into four general surfing areas: 1) The less-developed South Coast, from the Victorian border to just south of Sydney, has a generous number of shallow rock-lined reefbreaks, including the spitting left tubes of Black Rock. 2) The headland-studded coast of the Sydney area...
Dee Why Point, 1960s. Photo: Ron PerrottSubscribe to view
Dee Why Point, 1960s. Photo: Ron Perrott