Jervis Bay: Australia’s Hidden Territory
Jervis Bay is perhaps best known as the site of the South Coast Pipe, one of Australia’s most famous surfing spots. As described by Surfing Australia, it features a “hollow, intense left tube, offering a shorter, punchy right. … Pipe will hold 10, even 12 ft. tubes, if conditions are perfect.”
Jervis Bay has been in the news recently as a test site for director’s James Cameron’s deep-sea submersible. Cameron hopes “to become the first human to visit the Mariana Trench’s Challenger Deep, which plummets 6.8 miles (11 kilometers) down in the Pacific Ocean, for more than 50 years, and bring back data and specimens.”
*Excluding the country’s minor outlying islands, that is.
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