According to The Telegraph, Fry suffered minor scratches and bite wounds.
He was driven to a nearby hospital by his companions instead.
The 25-year-old man had been surfing with three others at Avoca Beach, 95 kilometres north of Sydney.
Mr Fry said he had "no idea" what kind of shark it was, but said it was "big and scary".
"It was terrifying but it only lasted five seconds".
Avoca Beach and North Avoca have been closed for 24 hours following the ordeal.
The doctor watched a YouTube video featuring an interview with the Australian surfer, who punched a shark to survive an attack during a competition in South Africa in 2015. A great white shark and a bronze whaler shark were both been "spotted" by lifeguards.
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