The southern state of Victoria's coastline is wild and the surf big
. Begin with one of the world's premier coastal drives. It's manageable in a
day and takes in dazzling scenery, glorious surf beaches and the Shipwreck
Being one of the worlds largest islands, surrounded by many miles of
ever changing coastline Australia is a divers paradise. You can discover why
Australia is synonymous with surfing by taking a coastal drive and gazing at
long beaches with great waves. Bondi Beach is an international surf icon.
Other surf beaches around Sydney include Manly, Dee Why, Narrabeen and
Queensland lays claim to some of Australia's best surf and most popular
beaches. Long before the Gold Coast became the country's busiest tourist
centre, Surfers Paradise was just that - 42 kilometres of world-beating
Sea-kayaking in calm Great Barrier Reef waters is pure bliss. Intrepid
canoeists hit the seas off Tasmania's rugged coast or calmly paddle the
Northern Territory's astonishing Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge.
Wacky Underwater Hockey
Fast-moving underwater hockey builds swimming and free-diving ability. It's
played on the bottom of a swimming pool by two teams of six players in fins,
masks, snorkels, protective gloves and headgear.
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