Swell breaks – Noosa declared 10th World Surfing Reserve
If you’ve surfed the points in Noosa when they’re pumping, or hit the opens, you already know its magic. You can ride the same wave from the National Park all the way into Noosa Main Beach.
Now the rest of the world is set to hear about it too, with a four-kilometre stretch of iconic Noosa surf breaks between Sunshine Beach and Noosa River, officially declared the 10th World Surfing Reserve.
The honour was bestowed on Noosa’s pristine waves by the international non-government organisation, Save the Waves Coalition, cementing their protection for future generations in recognition of the region's environmental and cultural significance.
One of the key advocates for the protection of Noosa surf zones is Phil Jarratt, a founding member of the Noosa National Surfing Reserve committee. Speaking about the declaration, Mr Jarratt said, it's a tremendous honour and a great way to preserve what we have for future generations,"
The reserve is just another reason to visit Noosa and if surfing’s one of those ‘to do’ things on your bucket list – it’s the ideal place to learn or to check out the pros.