Local surfers come home for NW surfing season


A month of epic surfing is on the horizon in NSW and three of the State’s best male surfers are home on that occasion.

There are several surfing events to take place in NSW this month. The surfers return home to participate in those competitions. The Australian Boardriders Battle is on February 17 and 18 (at Newcastle Beach), the Burton Automotive Pro is on from February 19-25 (at Merewether Beach), and the Vissla Sydney Surf Pro is to be held from February 26 to March 4 (at Manly Beach). The second event is Australia’s biggest surfing festival.

The three surfers are Matt Wilkinson (fifth place holder in World Surf League Championship in 2017), Adrian Buchan (former WSL surfer), and Connor O’Leary (the Rookie of the Year in the WSL Championship Tour 2017).

The NSW Government has secured these events exclusively for the State. Destination NSW, the major events agency of the government, has worked to get this job done.

Adam Marshall, the Minister for Tourism and Major Events, informed that the State Government had sponsored ten surfing events. Nine of the events will take place during the summer months, allowing the local and international visitors to enjoy the surfing action with fantastic weather and breathtaking coastline of the State.

The participation of international and local surfers is a huge draw for surfing lovers from all over the world. The events are going to be a boost for the local tourism and economy.

NSW is a great surfing destination in Australia because it has many beautiful beaches with numerous reef breaks. A good number of these beaches are now crowded, giving surfers ample opportunity to practice.

Go to Visit NSW to get more information about the events or to plan a holiday trip to the State.

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