Illawarra surfers were among 16 junior champions from the Wahu Surfer Groms Comps series invited to a three-day masterclass with Australia's best coaches.
Bulli's Keanu Miller, North Wollongong's Summa Longbottom and Barrack Heights' Kiara Meredith won their divisions in the series held all over Australia this summer.
Wahu founder Tim Britz said the camp would give the talented youngsters an insight into what it takes to be a professional surfer.
The Wahu Surfer Groms Comps is the only national competition series to fully cater for the "micro groms" in under 7 through to under 15 and was expanded to eight events in the 2012/13 summer across NSW, Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia.
The Wahu Surfer Groms Comps was designed to give grommets their first experience at competition in a fun environment.
More than 800 children took part in the series with the final event at Port Kembla Beach.
The final round of the national series came down to one jam-packed day of surfing after wild weather forced the two-day event to be postponed by 24 hours.
Billie Melinz from Coalcliff was impressive on her forehand and took out the under 15s girls, while in under 13s girls it was double success from the region, with Kiara Meredith from Barrack Heights beating North Wollongong's Summa Longbottom.
Keira Buckpitt from Culburra Beach won under 9 girls division, with Kiama's Sian Conti third.
In other results, Keanu Miller from Bulli was runner-up in the under 13s boys, and Beau Buckpitt (Culburra Beach) fourth in the under 11s boys.
Summa Longbottom finished third in the under 11s girls and Dayan Conti (Kiama) sixth in the under 7s mixed comp.
Entrants received a Wahu Groms Comps T-shirt and Wahu beach product.