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The Byron Bay Malibu Classic to be held at Wategos over April 27–29

Mal riders old and young will be waxing up for the 38th staging of the Byron Bay Malibu Classic to be held at Wategos over April 27–29.

The single-fin Malibu contest was first held in 1980, making it the longest-running event of its kind in Australia. The contest is friendly and attracts some of the country’s best longboarders. 

The weekend includes prizes and social events.

Enter via the web: www.byronbaymalibuclub.org


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