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Rugged Australian state located on the continent's southeast tip, with an 800-mile coastline flanked to the west by the Southern Ocean and to the east by the Tasman Sea; home to dozens of excellent cold-water surf breaks, including venerable Bells Beach, as well as the surf industry town of Torquay. Victoria can be divided into four main surfing areas: 1) The southeast coast, filled with dozens ...

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