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Surf Snapper Rocks (Superbank)

Listed under Surfing in Queensland, Australia.

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Nicknamed Superbank, this is a point/beach break wave with a sandy bottom. It can link through Greenmount beach, possibly Australia’s best beach break wave (VERY CROWDED), which has a right-hand wave and is strictly for advanced surfers only. Good all year round with best surfing on waves up to six feet, but it can have a strong sweep when waves get over four feet. Minimum water temperature is 18degrees.

Written by  Merrick Davis.

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“Superbank”

Living within walking distance of the place, I used to surf it all the time - but not any more. Too damn crowded! But it is one of the finest and longest pointbreaks in the world when its cranking. Read more...

Written by  Mike Lyvers.

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