Getting There
Flights from Australia will land at Honolulu International Airport. From there, you can fly into Kapalua West Maui Airport. Depending on where you’re staying, you may get a free shuttle from the airport all the way to the beach, or opt for a taxi or hire car.
Keeping In Touch
To call Australia from Hawaii 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 2 9212 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

10. Honolua Bay Maui, Hawaii, USA

Park on the bluffs overlooking the break, walk down the trail to the water and you've arrived at Honolua Bay, the home of the most popular yet fickle waves on Maui.

Tucked under Maui’s rugged northwest shoulder, the beach at Honolua Bay might not be much to look at, but this is a great break when it's firing. Be sure to watch out for whales in the area and... your valuables, as this spot on the island is notoriously hit-up.

In December each year, Honolua Bay plays hosts to the Billabong Pro women's surf competition. From the bluffs above the bay you can see the neighbouring islands of Molokai and Lanai. It's also a great vantage point to watch the pros in action during the winter high surf season.

Did you know...?
Hana Hou (Hah-nah Hoh) means "do it again", "one more time" or "encore" in Hawaiian and we have a feeling that you'll want an encore of Honolua Bay after experiencing it for yourself!