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ASB MAGAZINE: URBNSURF Sydney, located only 14 kilometers west of Sydney’s CBD, at Sydney’s Olympic Park Precinct  have just released renders showcasing what’s to come for Sydney surfers, in summer 2022 when the surf park opens to the public.  The world leading surf park will be set on 3.6 hectares and will harness the patented Wavegarden “Cove” technology, capable of generating a wave every 8 seconds. Surfers will be able to catch around 10 to 12 waves in an hour in a non-competitive line-up.

 

URBNSURF Sydney will feature a high-performance centre, working spaces, licensed café, rooftop bar, yoga studio, leisure pool for families, skate park, surf academy staffed with expert coaches, beach cabanas, surf shop, hot tubs, kids’ playground and more.  In its first official statement on the new venture  URBNSURF Melbourne, Damon Tudor, CEO, commented.

 

“We are thrilled to continue bringing to life URBNSURF’s vision of providing a safe and inclusive way to surf in Australia where people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds can get stoked riding perfect, authentic surfing waves in a safe and controlled environment.

 

“Growing up in the west and as a Sydneysider, we are blessed with a stunning coastline of surf beaches, but access to those beaches and crowding in the line-up is becoming an increasing issue. Our proximity to Sydney’s CBD, the new M4 motorway and being less than a kilometre from the Olympic Park train station, URBNSURF Sydney will be accessible to over two million Sydney residents in under 30 minutes offering ocean-like waves to locals and visitors alike.” says Damon.

 

Construction of the $50million development is expected to start in Q3 of 2021, with the aim of opening to the general public in summer 2022/23. URBNSURF also has plans for additional surf parks in Perth and Brisbane.

 

To learn more about URBNSURF Sydney, visit www.urbnsurf.com/locations/Sydney

 

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