Australian surfers donate dozens of boards to Papua New Guinea | Pacific Beat

Australian surfers donate dozens of boards to Papua New Guinea

Australian surfers donate dozens of boards to Papua New Guinea

Updated 14 November 2013, 15:15 AEST

PNG may not be the first destination that comes to mind for surf tourism but it is attracting a growing number of surfers from around the world!

Australian surfer Marty Brown has recently travelled to Tapiru, in Madang Province, for the official handover of 140 surfboards and surfing equipment donated by surfers from Victoria, NSW and Qld.

The donation drive was coordinated with the Surfing Association of PNG which, for the last 26 years, has been actively promoting the sport and surf tourism throughout the country,

Isabelle Genoux discusses the latest developments with Andrew Abel, Head of the Surfing Association of PNG and Australian surfer Marty Brown who's just returned from Tapiru

Presenter: Isabelle Genoux

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