Need your fix of perfect waves and the Aussie winter is just not cutting it?

Need to fit in a quick week of surfing perfect waves to keep your mind sane?

Well depending on what side of Australia you live and your surfing ability, there are plenty of amazing waves within a 4 hour flight.

1. Raglan Bay, NZ

Raglan Bay in New Zealand is home to one of the longest waves in the world. With multiple sections for various abilities, you’re bound to find the perfect wave for you.

2. Cloudbreak, Fiji

Cloudbreak in Fiji is regarded as one of the premier left-handers in the world. More suited to the experience surfer, this wave can hold from 3 feet to 20 feet, offering the barrel of your life.

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3. Uluwatu, Bali

Uluwatu in Bali is another long epic left that is better suited to intermediate and experienced surfers only. Depending on the tide, this left barrels in multi sections while offering rides up to 400m long.

5. Haatafu Beach, Tonga

Haatafu Beach in Tonga offers an array of waves along the beach front and depending on your ability, you are sure to find a perfect wave for you.

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My travels as a professional surfer have taken me from my little home on the South Coast of N.S.W, Australia to over 40+ countries worldwide and counting. Surfing some of the most famous and remote waves in the world. I have had many highlights in my career, winning Australian titles, coming 5th on the ASP ( now known as the WSL) World Tour in 2005, numerous wins and finals, and beating some of the best surfers in the world including Kelly Slater, Mick Fanning and Andy Irons. Surfing and traveling is all I have known since I was 13 years old.

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