Action Guide: Surfing Australia, 2nd Ed.: サーフィンポイントガイド(オーストラリア)

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C. E. Tuttle, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 320 pages
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Capturing the adventurous spirit of Aussie beach culture, this guidebook shows the reader how to find and surf Australia's hottest beach, reef, and point breaks and get away from it all. Filled with invaluable travel tips, the book also explores Oz surfing history, characters, and the unique surf lifestyle which has inspired and entertained the world.

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Who wrote this and where are you getting your info from regarding Aboriginal surfing?? So much incorrect information in this, tho I can see the intentions are good. Who won two titles? When did Kevin surf for 40 years?? WTF?? Please check your sources and research. You are missing VITAL information and recognition. Who were the first Indigenous coaches in 1993?? Arugh ... ! 

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The Encyclopedia of Surfing
Matt Warshaw
No preview available - 2003

About the author (2003)

Raised on Western Australia's remote surfing coastline, Mark Thornley has spent most of his life surfing, fishing, windsurfing, and diving. He is the former editor of Waves magazine and writes for magazines including Outdoor Australia, Surf Secrets, Underground Surf, and Inside Sport. He lives in Sydney.

Veda Dante has photographed and documented some of Australia's most spectacular travel destinations. She has written for Australian Style and Outdoor Australia.

Peter Lamborn Wilson is co-author of Green Hermeticism: Alchemy and Ecology (Lindisfarne Books, 2007); and author of ESCAPE FOR THE NINETEENTH CENTURY AND OTHER ESSAYS: FOURIER, MARX PROUDHOM AND NIETZSCHE (Autonomedia, 1998), plus numerous other books and essays. He is a longtime member of the Autonomedia Collective and lives in the Hudson Valley.

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