Australia’s Noosa Heads Is Officially Named the 10th World Surfing Reserve

Australia's Noosa Heads Is Officially Named the 10th World Surfing Reserve

When it comes to picturesque surfing destinations across the planet, it doesn’t get much more perfect than Noosa Heads in Queensland, Australia. Offering up emerald green water, beautiful rocky shoreline dotted with trees, and a perfect little roping right-hand point break, Noosa is the epitome of what longboard surfing is all about.

Today (Feb. 21), the California-based Save The Waves Coalition hosted a dedication ceremony at Noosa National Park, officially declaring Noosa as the 10th World Surfing Reserve.

The announcement comes at an opportune time with the World Surf League’s (WSL) kick-off event for the 2020 Longboard Tour—the Noosa Longboard Open—scheduled for tomorrow.

“We’re all super excited to get the WSL LT’s 2020 season underway at the iconic longboard surf breaks of Noosa Heads in Queensland, Australia,” WSL Longboard Tour Director Devon Howard said in a press release. “When you think of the top three longboard waves in the world, Noosa is in that conversation along with other spots like Malibu and Waikiki. In addition to the wave itself, the region’s natural landscape is an absolute treasure.”

The Save the Waves Coalition has named several other notable surf spots across the globe over the past decade—including Malibu and Santa Cruz in California, Manly Beach in Australia, and Bahia De Todos Santos in…

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