As a surfing destination, Papua New Guinea is relatively new to surf enthusiasts, but the breaks are quickly becoming known for providing a great challenge that will keep surfers entertained Read More
AirAsia has announced their latest community partnership, the AirAsia Juraki Surf Invitational 2018, held in Fingal Head, northern NSW.
The AirAsia Juraki Surf Invitational, now in its third year, is a 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
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
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
Nicaragua has some of the best surf spots and breaks in the Pacific and still remains largely unknown (and most important, uncrowded) to most of the surfing community.
The country claims Read More
An ideal surfing location on account of the mild climate and great variety of waves, Portugal is a perfect destination for surfers of every ability.
So if you’re planning a seaside Read More
The surf industry has been surprisingly slow to grapple with its carbon footprint, and as surfing grows as a sport and industry, its impact on the environment grows as well.
Surfing Read More
With research showing Australian women of all ages are taking up surfing, SHE travels is launching ‘Surf & Yoga Balangan, Bali’ trips with the first running from 13 to 19 Read More
Imagine an entire week of surfing, yoga, tasting local homemade cuisine, chasing that endless Summer dream, and doing it all in Morocco.
That’s exactly what Taghazout’s week-long beach side Amayour Surf Read More
Whilst he may have 11 world titles to his name, it seems surfing isn’t the only activity in Kelly Slater’s life where he is racking up numbers.
Recently kick-starting an Omaze Read More
Global Surf Sounds editor Kate Webster had a chat with big wave surfer Ross Clarke-Jones. Here's what he had to say...
Where did your passion for the bigger waves come from? Read More
If the stakes weren’t already huge, World Surfaris has upped the winning prize for the nudie Australian Boardriders Battle to unbelievable heights!
Held early next year in Newcastle, the National Final Read More
Attention all surfers, culture vultures, beach-goers, art lovers, ocean enthusiasts, and visitors both locally and internationally: Byron Bay Surf Festival is back!
The celebrated and award-winning 3-day event is returning in Read More
Surfing the Menu: Next Generation is a combination of travel, adventure, surfing and cooking that is sure to get the senses going!
Starring MasterChef favourites Dan Churchill and Hayden Quinn, the Read More
Jordy Smith (ZAF)and Tyler Wright (AUS) claimed victory today at the Hurley Pro and Swatch Women’s Pro at Trestles, Stops No. 8 and 7 respectively, on the World Surf League (WSL) Samsung Galaxy Championship Tour (CT) Read More
Norfolk Island is most known for its rich history, picturesque landscape and stunning sapphire coloured ocean.
A subtropical Island, with a tapestry of forests, gardens and rolling pine-dotted meadows, Norfolk Island Read More
The International Olympic Committee today announced surfing has gained Olympic inclusion and shall make its debut at the 2020 Tokyo games.
There is no doubt Australia’s Olympic surf team will be fighting for Read More
There’s no doubt that Australia, with its magnificent beaches and awesome waves, has the best surfing in the world, but where are some unlikely spots that you may not have Read More
Ecuador is a magical region, bathed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean, where from north to south, in its beautiful beaches, the surfer lifestyle is breathed and lived.
Boards, together Read More