Some of the country's best Indigenous surfers have assembled at Victoria's famous Bells Beach for the sixth annual Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles.
It's a hard fought competition between men and women, and it's become a major cultural drawcard for Aboriginal people across the country.
Watch some of the country's best Indigenous surfers.
The sporting event is a showcase of the depth of talent in Indigenous surfing. For founder Anthony Hume, the event represents a continuation of Aboriginal traditions of community gatherings and family bonding.
"With the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles, it's created that again in a modern sense," says Anthony.
Australia Wide reporter Hamish Fitzsimmons finds out what it takes to surf with the best of the best.
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