The Longest Barrel On The Central Coast This Century?

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NEW SOUTH WAVE SERIES | CENTRAL COAST

Video of Andrew Mooney by Luke Robinson

Back in 2012, big wave surfer Andrew Mooney took on a wave that certainly didn't look like it was going to hold up. He made it out after eight seconds. Has the Central Coast looked like this since? Let us know. editor@coastalwatch.com 

*BONUS Video Below, Broken Head NSW Sunrise Surf Check
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