Respect Bells Beach





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Published on Jan 30, 2013

Bells Beach is a special place. Surfers have been travelling to Bells in search of perfect waves since the early 1960's. In 1973 it was set aside as the first surfing reserve in the world. Its waves roll through the Point Addis Marine National Park while the southern border of Bells Beach meets the Great Otway National Park.

Apart from being a spiritual home for many thousands of surfers world wide, Bells also has a spectacular natural environment under pressure from many negative human impacts. This film has some simple messages on why Bells Beach, like so many beaches around Australia is unique and deserves special consideration when you visit.

For more information go to - www.sanesurfers.org

Written, directed and produced by John Foss (Angel Point Media) for Surfers Appreciating Natural Environment (SANE) and Coastcare (Department of Sustainability & Environment - Victoria).

Original music by Oscar Lalor.

If you would like to get involved in protecting our coasts check out the following websites:

'Dont Destroy What You Come To Enjoy!' Charles Of-The-Sea Bartlett


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