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Pure Vacations Australian surfing holidays are aimed at all levels of surfer allowing you to experience all an Australia holiday has to offer yet  staying in good quality accommodation. Their surf programme along the lovely coastline of Queensland offers the warm clear and crystal blue water of Queensland  – very appealing and the best sun and surf holiday destination  in Australia.

 

Australian Surf HolidaysPure Vacations  surf guide is Tony McDuie a great surfer and local legend arguably the best Australian standard of guiding and surf clinic.

 

With a knowledge of all aspects of surfing he has taught some of Australia’s top surfers. He is a great character and you will be feel like good mates from the moment you meet at the airport. Holiday Autralia

Pure Vacations are a company you can trust for quality and authenticity – world leading surf travel company for your holiday of a lifetime in Australia

 

 

Holidays Australia


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Useful Holiday links – Australia

 

Australian maps online – Explore before you visit! This is a free online resource to locate towns and cities around Australia. The site contains detailed maps – from a regional perspective to street level. You can also create your own maps to show friends your favourite Australian spots. Australian Visa Bureau – Immigration Law specialists who can assist with all visa applications to Australia and New Zealand. weather.com.au – Australian national weather site. australia.com – Official site of the Australian Tourist Commission.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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