Getting There
From Australia you will fly into Denpasar International Airport, located directly south of Kuta, about 15 minutes away by taxi. A taxi from Kuta to Uluwatu takes around 30 to 40 minutes.
Keeping In Touch
To call Australia from Indonesia using your mobile phone, be sure to include +61 in front of both landline and mobile phone numbers, include the area code for landlines and drop the leading 0.
eg mobile +61 414 xxx xxxx
eg landline + 61 7 3212 xxxx

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Winners Gallery
Our November Winner, Linda Moran of WA, with her very own custom DHD Board
Our November Winner, Linda Moran of WA
Son of Keiron Lewis, our October 2012 Winner, enjoying daddy's sick new DHD Board
Son of Keiron Lewis, our October 2012 Winner
Our August Winner, Bec Lachlan of NSW, with her very own custom DHD Board
Our August 2012 Winner, Bec Lachlan of NSW
Our July Winner, Fiona Casey of NSW, with her very own custom DHD Board
Our July 2012 Winner, Fiona Casey of NSW
Our September Winner, Liam Barton of WA, with his very own custom DHD Board
Our Sept 2012 Winner, Liam Barton of WA

Top 10 Surf Spots

3. Uluwatu and Kuta Bali, Indonesia

The island of Bali attracts top surfers from Australia and Hawaii plus beginners from across the globe. The peak surf season for Bali is April-October, but the destination remains popular year round. The 5km long sandy stretch of Kuta is arguably the best beach front in Bali. A lack of dangerous rocks or coral, makes the area attractive for beginners.

At the southern-most point of the island, you'll find Uluwatu, a left reef that is well known by surfing enthusiasts. The reef is divided into several sections - from top to bottom they are Outside Temple, The Bommies, Temple, Outside Corner, Racetracks and The Peak. The Peak breaks directly in front of the cave, which is the entry and exit point for surfing Uluwatu. Other spots to hit up for BIG waves in this area are Dreamland, Padang-Padang, Bingin/Impossibles and Suluban.

Did you know...?
Popular tourist spot, Uluwatu Temple is inhabited by a large number of monkeys, who are extremely adept at snatching visitors' belongings! If you do have something taken, the monkeys can usually be induced to exchange it for some fruit.