Sally Fitzgibbons shares her fave NSW beaches!

It’s no secret that Australia has some of the beaches in the world, with New South Wales being home to many of them. And who better to share their edit of the best NSW beaches  than stunning surfer Sally Fitzgibbons?

Ahead of her appearance at the Hurley Australian Open of Surfing in Sydney’s Manly from 7-15 February we asked Sally to reveal her top five places to catch a wave in NSW.

Seven Mile Beach

Seven Mile Beach

“This is where I have grown up and learnt to surf. So many amazing memories with my family and friends on this beach.

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Rennies beach

Rennies Beach

“It always has swell to surf even when everywhere else is flat. Beautiful cliffs that meet the water there.”

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Manly Beach

Manly

“Such an iconic stretch of sand. So many amazing moments in Australian Surfing history have happened there.”

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The Pass Byron Bay

The Pass, Byron Bay

“I remember surfing the longest waves ever as a grom out at The Pass! I’ve had some awesome times driving up the coast and camping at Byron with the family.”

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Mereweather

Merewether Beach

“I have really enjoyed surfing and competing at this beach over the years. With coastal walking pathways and nice cafes on the water, it is just a beautiful spot to hang with friends and family.”

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For more ideas on amazing New South Wales beaches visit www.visitnsw.com