There are plenty of great surfing spots in Australia, but these ambitious body boarders create their own waves with the help of a backhoe.
Apparently when it rains heavily in parts of coastal Australia, large lagoons form near the ocean. The stagnant bodies of water, known as a billabong in Australia, are periodically drained to prevent flooding and massive mosquito populations. When they drain these lagoons into the ocean it causes a mini river to flow straight into the incoming waves.
This particular drainage in New South Wales, Australia was utilized by these intrepid body boarders. The force of the exiting waters against the ocean causes a stationary wave for these guys to surf. These white water surges look like an absolute blast to surf. It must be awesome to have those constant real currents without being in a wave pool.