Snapper Rocks, Coolangatta, Queensland Australia. (Wednesday March 12, 2014) Alessa Quizon (HAW) and Laura Enever (AUS). – The swell was in the 3′-5′ range all day from the SE. The Rainbow Bay and Greenmount section of the Superbank were providing some clean fun waves. The morning session of the dropping tide was the best waves of the day. Photo: joliphotos.com
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