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'Surfing in Victoria means not too many people to cut in on your waves' posted by David Kirkpatrick

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Whenever I go surfing, I am amazed at how huge the sky is overhead and how empty the beaches are along the coast road to Lorne in Victoria. Certainly the water has a bit of nip to it -- wetsuits are essential. But the sand, the waves and the lack of crowds. It's fantastic that we can do this almost anywhere along our coastline.

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