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Warm and sprawling Australian state located in the continent's northeast corner, facing the Pacific Ocean to the south and the Coral Sea to the north; home to nearly a dozen exceptional right-breaking point waves and thousands of prodigiously talented surfers past and present. Only the southern-most 200 miles of Queensland's 1,500-mile Pacific-facing mainland coastline receives surf, as the Great ...

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