Pam Burridge

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Pam Burridge (born 1965) is an Australian surfer, one of the pioneers of Women's surfing in Australia. She competed in her first competition in 1977. She continued competitive surfing until 1999. Burridge won the women's World Surf Riding Championships in 1990.[1] She now runs a surf school on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia.

She was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 1995.[2] There is a Sydney Ferries HarbourCat named after Burridge.



  1. ^ Burridge, Pam - Australian Women Biographical entry
  2. ^ "Pam Burridge". Sport Australia Hall of Fame. Retrieved 7 September 2013.