Surfer Sabre Norris continued her domination of the skateboarding world, taking silver at the 2018 X Games in Minneapolis.
Her technically superior run came just four weeks after her surprise first-place Read More
Lets Go Surfing is proud to announce they have achieved Ecotourism Certification for our Surf and SUP schools with Ecotourism Australia.
The ECO Certification program assures travellers that certified products are Read More
The Vans US Open of Surfing will return to the southside of the Huntington Beach Pier this summer to host the world’s best action sports athletes from July 28 through Read More
The Vans US Open of Surfing has returned to the southside of the Huntington Beach Pier this summer to host the world’s best action sports athletes from July 28 through August Read More
As Huntington Beach’s Surfing Walk of Fame celebrates its 25th Anniversary this year also sees two Aussies inducted.
It has just been announced that this year Stephanie Gilmore has won ‘Women Read More
As if you need a reason to grab your board and hit the waves, but just to make it more justifiable, here you go.
Eight reasons (or excuses if you need Read More
Splendour 2018 - #SITG2018 - is almost upon us, so are you festival ready?
Before we get the party started, Splendour has enlisted the help of Matt Okine aka Pete Smoke Read More
Wearing sunscreen is one of the most promoted methods for sun protection when outdoors and enjoying the ocean.
Our love for swimming means we slather on sunscreen to avoid sunburn, but Read More
Nathan “Nat” Folkes , who brought MojoSurf surf schools to five countries has teamed up with the female Indiana Jones, adventure film maker and reality TV star Alison Teal, harnessing Read More
SURFACE is an epic wave documentary from Tahiti ocean photographer Ben Thouard.
The beautiful short film from ROAM explores Ben Thouard Photography’s journey to create a new way of seeing the world.
Using the Read More
Filipe Toledo (BRA) won the Men’s Corona Open J-Bay for the second year in a row. The Brazilian lit up four-to-six foot (1.3 - 2 metre) Supertubes at Jeffreys Bay Read More
2012 WSL Champion Joel Parkinson, 37, announced his retirement from the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT).
Parkinson will surf the remaining CT events of the year (excluding the MEO Read More
The great ocean road spans a stretch of the south western coastline of Victoria. Most people travelling the great ocean road begin in Torquay and follow the road in a Read More
Saturday 16th June will mark International Surfing Day, where people will come together across the globe to celebrate this year’s theme ‘Protect & Enjoy’, encouraging people to give back to Read More
Setting a benchmark in eco-tourism and hospitality, Jetwing Hotels introduces the award winning eco-luxury surf resort, Jetwing Surf in Pottuvil Point.
Built on minimum carbon footprint this Jetwing Symphony invested property Read More
It’s a nasty little four letter word yet something everyone has to deal with: Work. A job and surfers mixes like oil and water, however we have found some jobs that Read More
Travelling with your surfboards can be a costly venture with many airlines charging hefty fees for the oversized and excess luggage.
AirAsia recently partnered with the World Surf League (WSL) as Read More
With some 2,500 kilometres of coastline, from the desert border with Namibia on the Atlantic (western) coast southwards around the tip of Africa and then northeast to the border with Read More
Xavier Rudd has released Storm Boy, the ninth studio album, with the world tour kicking off this week in California.
Storm Boy sums up everything fans love about the iconic singer-songwriter. Read More
Tahiti is renowned for tropical clear waters, great beaches and laid back island lifestyle; the Islands of Tahiti really is the most beautiful and exotic location in the Pacific.
When it Read More