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Photo: Colac Bay Surfer Sculpture Southland NZ

A surfer sculpture is an iconic landmark for the small town of Colac Bay in Southland, situated on the southern shores of the South Island of NZ.

The town of Colac Bay in southland, NZ is a cozy little community which hugs the shores of the bay overlooking Foveaux Strait. In keeping with its popularity for surfing, it features a landmark sculpture of a surfer which is popular with the tourists.

Surfing Sculpture in Colac Bay along the Southern Scenic Route, Southland, South Island, New Zealand.



Colac Bay Surfer Sculpture Southland NZ

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Colac Bay Surfer Sculpture Southland NZ
Photo of a surfer sign in the seaside community of Colac Bay, Southland, NZ.

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Colac Bay Surfer Sculpture Southland NZ
A surfer sculpture is an iconic landmark for the small town of Colac Bay in Southland, situated on the southern shores of the South Island of NZ.
Photographer
Rolf Hicker
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nzk3s6391-ed.jpg - Colac Bay Surfer Sculpture Southland NZ
Country
New Zealand
Province
South Island

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