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Acknowledgement of Country

As the traditional custodians of the lands that Usher Cup will be held on, each day of competition will begin with a traditional welcome led by respected Yugambeh Language Group Leader Luther Cora. 

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The history of Snapper Rocks

Created by an ancient volcano over a millennia ago, and perfected by man kind’s intervention, Snapper Rocks has become an idyllic and iconic surf destination across the globe.

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Friends of Usher Cup: The Wave of a Lifetime

Working and training alongside some of the world’s best surfers in the world, in an intimate and personal way, is a priceless opportunity for any grassroots surfer looking to develop their skills and dive into the professional league.

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Host Club: Snapper Rocks Surfriders Club

Coming back bigger and better than before, Usher Cup is thrilled to once again be joined by Snapper Rocks Surfriders Club as the Host Club and location for the second instalment of the annual surf contest.

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Usher Cup 2022 is launched!

With just over seven weeks to go, promotion for the Usher Cup 2022 is running full speed ahead as the offical media launch was held at Rainbow Bay Surf Lifesaving Club with Event Co-Founders, presenting partner, recipient charity representative and past finalist in toe.

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Usher Cup Launches “$10K for TEN” Charities

As preparations ramp up for the 2022 event, Usher Cup founders have announced the $10k for TEN campaign – in association with the grassroots surf contest, the event will be raising funds to directly contribute $10,000 to ten local charities across South East Queensland.

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A Bit About Duranbah Beach

New South Wales’ northernmost beach, Duranbah beach, is one of two stunning locations chosen to host the inaugural Usher Cup, a three-day surf event showcasing amateur surfers.

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Snapper Rocks’ Rich Surf History 

Snapper Rocks is a small rocky outcrop located on the northern side of Point Danger, at the southern end of Rainbow Bay and forms the first part of the “Superbank” surf break.