The year's best swell hits New South Wales

After months of sub-par surf, a solid six foot easterly swell restored the faith of disillusioned surfers this week, snapping hundreds of boards and delivering stand up pits along the New South Wales coast.

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Clarrie Bouma
Wednesday morning perfection near Wollongong.
Queenscliff
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Looking south into the pit at North Steyne from Queenscliff on Wednesday.
Ian Bird
 South NSW
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The further south you went the bigger it was. Somewhere a long way south, standing up on Wednesday.
Nick Sheffield
Northern New South Wales
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It was a little smaller, but clean and sunny in northern New South Wales on Tuesday.
Bitton
Ours bomb
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Looking solid
Bill Morris
Dee Why Point
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Clean Dee Why Point pit on Tuesday March 22, 2011
Ian Bird
Aaron Hughes
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Aaron Hughes. Yes, he did come out of this one. He described it as one of the better days of his life.
Clarrie Bouma
Wollongong
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Wednesday morning perfection near Wollongong.
Clarrie Bouma
Left or right?
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Decisions decisions. Which way would you go? Wednesday near Wollongong was like that.
Clarrie Bouma
Golden hour at Dee Why
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Dawn Patrol at Dee Why on Thursday morning March 24.
Ian Bird
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