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Dbar Duranbah Surfing Beach

Duranbah Beach

Duranbah Beach Dbar

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Locals call her Dbar officially known as Flagstaff Beach is the northernmost beach in New South Wales. Located in the Tweed Shire, Duranbah Beach is situated between the mouth of the Tweed River and the rocky headland Point Danger which also marks the Queensland-New South Wales border. The beach is 350 meters in length.

Duranbah Beach
(D-Bah) or Dbar Duranbah

Vegetated dunes running along 200 meters. The southern end of the beach features BBQs, sheltered picnic areas and a block of toilets with a shower just behind it

(D-Bah) or Dbar Duranbah 

Duranbah Beach is well known by surfers for its surf break and large swell, it is recognised both nationally and internationally as having a powerful, high-quality surf break for both surfers and bodyboarders

Duranbah Beach
(D-Bah) or Dbar Duranbah

 Big surfing events have been staged there including the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast, the professional surfing contest which was held there in conjunction with Snapper Rocks and state, national and international bodyboarding contests. Source: Wikipedia

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