It’s a new-fangled resort with its own rules and a beach that can only be reached via a steep drop.
But the resort, called Surf Valley Resort, is just one of a raft of ‘buzzy’ designs being proposed for Melbourne’s surf industry.
One idea is for a new surf-themed restaurant, while another is for an exclusive venue to play a music festival.
A third idea is a surf hotel, which would house an exclusive pool for all the surfers in town.
What are these new ideas?
What could these ‘bud-and-beer’ concepts be?
The answer to that question lies in surfing itself, with an expanding industry that relies on the sea for its income.
More than 200 new hotels are currently under construction, many of which are in a position to cater for surfers who want to come for a weekend or a surf holiday.
These hotels are part of a wave of new, high-end hotels designed specifically for the industry.
And the surf culture in Melbourne is booming.
Surfing is the largest leisure industry in Australia, with more than $4 billion in revenue and the number of hotels expected to double to $15 billion by 2021, according to Surfing Victoria.
The surf industry is one of the fastest-growing in the country, with annual growth in the industry reaching a whopping 20 per cent in 2014.
Surfer Paul Jansen was recently asked what his favourite surfing spot was in Melbourne.
“It’s probably at the North Beach,” he said.
“The beach is super clean and the wave surfing is incredible.”
Mr Jansen is one part of an industry that has seen its share of changes over the past few years.
The industry has changed a lot over the years.
Surfers have been allowed to carry more alcohol on their boards, allowing them to drink more during the summer months.
There are also more and more shops catering to the surfing community.
The beach has become more popular, and more people have come to the area to surf, with many locals coming out to take advantage of the wave’s popularity.
Some of the big wave surfers have also had to make a change in their approach to their surfing.
Last year, two surfers were banned from competing for the world championship.
And it’s now becoming harder for them to compete in the big leagues.
The biggest waves in Australia are in the north, where the wave is strongest and there are more surfing spots.
The waves are often bigger and have a more defined face.
In fact, there are only two surf shops in the region and the two closest ones are both in Surf Valley.
The wave is also easier to surf in the suburbs, where there are fewer surf spots and less traffic.
It’s also the best time of year to be in Melbourne for surf, says Surf Valley’s director of development, Richard Fosbury.
“Surfers come in early to catch the wave, so there’s not a lot of traffic, and then they leave early in the morning and head home.”
He adds that the surf industry in Melbourne’s north has been growing over the last few years, with the surf community growing by about 1,000 new people a year.
Mr Fosfield says the city is the best place to be for surfing.
“If you look at the demographics, the biggest wave is in the city.
It tends to be around the Surf Valley area,” he says.
“We’ve had a really good year.”
But there are a number of surfers that feel that the industry is not growing as fast as it should, and have begun to voice their concerns.
“I think we need to take a look at what’s happening in the surf business in Melbourne,” says Chris Smith, who is the president of the Australian Surf Association.
“This is not a surfing business. “
This is a tourism business. “
This is not a surfing business.
This is a tourism business.
And what is the big issue in the area? “
So we need a change of direction.”
And what is the big issue in the area?
The big surf wave is a part of the ‘wave’.
Photo: Supplied Some have called for the government to make waves illegal in the North Shore.
Others say the government needs to be more aggressive in its enforcement of the surf laws.
Surfs have also begun to express concerns about the impact of the new wave on the local tourism industry.
There have been some instances of people breaking down barriers to enter the North Sea to go surfing, and surfers are complaining about the wave causing a lot more problems than it solves.
Mr Smith says the wave has created a lot less traffic than it needs.
“At the moment, there’s no one going out there and