Surprisingly, a freak of nature wasn’t responsible for the world’s longest ocean wave. Sand-pumping barges in the Tweed River, perfectly positioning 1 Km south of the Superbank, deposited just the right number of golden granules to create the flawless and seemingly endless tropical cylindrical tube. It’s the formula 1 of surf breaks: fast, furious and full of glitz and glamour.
To surf here with big swell, you need to be fit and hungry as you may battle up to 300 surfers when this bank is firing.. Paul surfs here not matter the size of the waves…I don’t!!!