Joel Parkinson, Laurie Towner, Dean Bowen and Dylan Longbottom shared an amazing day of surfing recently and we're stoked to exclusively offer you the amazing vision (thanks to Billabong). While the exact location of this cylindrical spit-fest will remain a secret (if you know keep it to yourself), we can tell you it's on the South Coast of NSW – a state in Australia blessed with over 2000 kilometers of coastline [that's over 1242 miles]. Thanks to a powerful low pressure weather system pushing off towards New Zealand, clean powerful swell rolled onto this particular piece of cungi covered reef all day long. Aided and abetted by light variable off shore breezes – it was one of those days these lucky surfers will remember for a long time to come. Though individual ride moment memories may be vary due to multiple-barrel-blur-demetia... A rare but much sort over syndrom surfers spend their lives trying to experience.
Oh, poor bastards.
Note: Read all about Billabong's latest winter rubber in Tracks' 2012 wetsuit test in the June issue – OUT NOW!
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