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Super Surfing Safari: Discover Australia’s Best Surfing Beaches

Desiree Michels
 


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So, you’re looking for summer, sun, and adventure? If you’re ready to say goodbye to the grind of everyday life for a little while, why not wave hello to Australia’s balmy ocean waters this summer? Grab your sun screen, bathing suits, and your Australia travel insurance: it’s time for a scenic surfing safari. Let me tell you about some of my favourite spots to ride the glorious waves in the land down under.

The Pass, Byron Bay (NSW)

If you’re an avid surfer, going on holiday in Australia without conquering the waters of The Pass is truly a crime. This stretch of water, located near Clarkes Beach in New South Wales, is widely known as one of the most exciting surfing areas in all of Australia – and that’s saying something! Not only will the waves allow you to attain new heights (literally and figuratively), but you’ll also have a breathtaking – but hopefully not too distracting – view of the whole bay.

Bells Beach (Victoria)

Situated in Torquay, this stunning area is ideal for beach bums and surfers alike. If you’re ready to take the waters of Bells Beach by storm, be warned: you’ll definitely want to invest in some Australia travel insurance before this region’s potent waves break. However, what makes this surfer spot particularly special is its scenery. Along with marvelling at the surrounding red cliffs, you’re only a stone’s throw away from the world-famous Great Ocean Road, which I highly recommend exploring. If you’re looking for another aquatic challenge, simply make your way over to the nearby Winkipop, which – albeit not as busy as Bells Beach – is an equally picturesque and challenging cove in which you can show off your surfing skills.

South Cape Bay (TAS)

Tasmania’s South Cape Bay can be summed up in three words: powerful, chilly, and secluded. This beach is perfect for experienced surfers who are looking to rise to the challenge of the waters’ demanding conditions. And, if you’re a nature lover, it gets better: the beach is a 7.7-kilometre walk away from civilisation, and will take you through some of Australia’s best World Heritage sites. Peace and quiet, stunning scenery, and wild waves. What’s not to love?

Point Break, Noosa (QLD)

Located in Queensland’s Noosa, this renowned surf spot is ideal for novices and experts alike. What’s fantastic – and almost too good to be true – about this area is that you’ll be able to ride the waves for almost 200 metres in one go. If you’re ready for a laid-back surfing experience, you won’t be disappointed by Point Break’s gentle waters, which are great for perfecting your technique.

Margaret River (WA)

Western Australia’s Margaret River is famous for two things: surfing and wine (but, even if you have your Australia travel insurance, never try these two things at the same time!). After enjoying the pristine surfing conditions of this area, – or even trying something new, such as kite surfing – why not wind down with a glass of local merlot wine? For a holiday that combines athletics and sophistication, Margaret River is exactly the right spot.

And there you have it, surfers: it doesn’t get better than a surfing safari in Australia. But even if you count yourself among the most experienced of surfers, don’t let your confidence overshadow your safety. Instead, make sure that you acquire InsureMore’s economical Australia travel insurance before you jet off on your athletic holiday. With our quick and easy claims system, you’ll be able to surf or try out any other adrenaline-based activities that catch your fancy, knowing that we’ll have your back at all times.


Patrick Chong is the Managing Director of InsureMore, an award-winning team of specialists in global single trip, family and annual travel policies including Australia travel insurance . Besides offering great deals on travel insurance, Patrick also collects and shares the best free travel competitions to help his clients get the most out of their holidays.


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