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Australia’s beaches are eroding, some having completely disappeared. Kingscliff Beach, the location of one of the country’s oldest surf clubs and famous for its stretch of golden sand, is but a shadow of its former self. Several east coast beaches around the town of Noosa, on Queensland’s Gold Coast, have lost up to 45 meters … Read More

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In October I posted a couple of times about pro surfer and eco warrior James Pribram. You can read the posts here and here. Here is some more info on an important environmental project that Pribram is working on. Uluwatu, on the Bukit Peninsula, is known for its amazing cliff-top temple and as one of … Read More

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The Brazilian edition of terra.com recently published a list of ’10 destinations with ideal waves’ for those wishing to learn how to surf. Among top surf spots for learning how to surf, they picked Bali. Though it’s known more for it’s professional-level, big wave surfing, Bali is also a great place for beginner surfers. Here … Read More

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