From 8-12th March 2023, the WSL will return to Noosa Heads, excited to announce one of two LQS Longboard Qualifying Series (LQS) competitions.

The Australasian region is expected to welcome over 60 of the country’s best longboarders to battle it out in ‘hopefully’ pumping First Point, Noosa.

After the LQS events in Noosa and Manly. Bells Beach will take center stage for the inaugural Bells Beach Longboard Classic and the first stop on the newly created Longboard World Tour.

Making this all possible in 2023 is the unwavering support of Festival naming rights partner GemLife as well as Noosa Longboard Pro partner Allpress Espresso. Without partners like these, the Noosa Festival of Surfing doesn’t happen and nor does an event like the Noosa Longboard Pro.

Athletes have until the end of February to enter via the buttons provided above and below.

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