History of Surfing in Australia

Since it was first demonstrated by Hawaiian Duke Kahanamoku in Sydney in 1914, surfing has become an important part of Australian culture, particularly in many of its communities that dot the country’s 37,000 km of coastline.
Take a look at this infographic for a brief history of Australian surfing, plus other facts and figures relating to riding the waves Down Under.
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In fact, around 2.5 million Australians regularly take to the waves at some of the best surf locations in the world, including the iconic Bells Beach in Victoria, Margaret River in Western Australia, and the Northern Beaches in New South Wales.

SOURCE: www . totalsurfingfitness . com/surfing-exercises/

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