The Spectacular Tweed Swell

26 Feb 2017 0 Share

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NEW SOUTH WAVE SERIES | TWEED HEADS

Video of Damon Harvey by Craig Halstead 

When this bank is at it's best, the waves pump. It's the NSW/QLD border break that produces and caters for the world's best surfers and there's no wonder why when you see waves like this one. Filmer Craig Halstead admits, this is one of his favourites from the spot. 

*BONUS Video Below, Byron Bay NSW Sunrise Surf Check
Shot on Ehang Ghost Drone 2.0


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