Pure Bronte

With 10 days of relentless south swell pounding the New South Wales coastline, a massive low pressure in the Tasman Sea generated some of the best waves in years with people from all over flocking to the beaches to see what Mother Nature had in store. Filmmaker Marcus O’Brien was on hand to capture the beauty and power of the swell, showing exactly why we love this sport so much…

“People spend hours and hours perched atop the cliffs at Bronte (pronounced Bron-tee) marveling at the sheer power of the waves crashing to shore whilst observing surfers taking on the big swells. What do people think about as they look out onto the huge swells rolling in and crashing up against the shore? Always wondered…. and how therapeutic it is for so many people.”

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