Australia’s Noosa Heads Is Officially Named the 10th World Surfing Reserve

When it will come to picturesque surfing places across the world, it doesn’t get much more ideal than Noosa Heads in Queensland, Australia. Presenting up emerald eco-friendly water, lovely rocky shoreline dotted with trees, and a ideal tiny roping right-hand stage crack, Noosa is the epitome of what longboard surfing is all about.

Currently (Feb. 21), the California-dependent Help you save The Waves Coalition hosted a dedication ceremony at Noosa Countrywide Park, officially declaring Noosa as the tenth World Surfing Reserve.

The announcement will come at an opportune time with the World Surf League’s (WSL) kick-off event for the 2020 Longboard Tour—the Noosa Longboard Open—scheduled for tomorrow.

“We’re all tremendous enthusiastic to get the WSL LT’s 2020 time underway at the legendary longboard surf breaks of Noosa Heads in Queensland, Australia,” WSL Longboard

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