Long, hollow, high-speed pointbreak in southern Queensland, Australia, near the New South Wales border; a machine-assisted reconfiguration of four already popular breaks (Snapper Rocks, Rainbow Bay, Greenmount Point, and Kirra Point), described by Surfer's Path magazine as "the most magical pile of sand the surfing world has ever seen." Superbank (dubbed by the Australian surf press) was created i...

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