Snapper Rocks is a famous surfing spot in Australia. It is located on the on the northern side of Point Danger at the southern end of Rainbow Bay on the Gold Coast. It is known as Superbank among surfers. Moreover, this place is famous for its long waves. The longest single wave ridden here was about 2 kilometers long. However, such waves occur very rare. This time, Justin Besser spent an hour at Snapper Rocks in January 2013 after the Oswald cyclone had marched down the coast.