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Noosa Sup Surf Contest 2012 is Held in Small Surf

Stand up paddle board surfer working the small righ-hand waves at the Noosa Heads point break. Stand up paddle board surfer working the small righ-hand waves at the Noosa Heads point break.

See photos from Noosa Heads taken by well-known photographer Ron Greene from Slide Magazine.

NOOSA HEADS, Queensland, Australia – Noosa Heads every year is the venue of one of the world's largest surfing festivals, with athletes of all calibers and crafts showcasing their skills in the iconic right-hander point break in beautiful Queensland, Australia. According to Ron Greene, there have been light rains and the surf has been fairly small. However, waves are not breaking on the beach break, which is actually a good thing, and there are some small rides off the point. Around the corner the swell is bigger, but there are still enough waves for the event to be held.

See photos from Noosa Heads by Ron Greene from Slide Magazine.

Last modified onThursday, 27 August 2015 16:57
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