In its early days big wave surfing was generally only recognised in Hawaii. In Australia, the waves were considered to be of great quality but
100 years ago, Duke Kahanamoku dreamt of surfing in the Olympic Games. He was a five-time Olympic medallist for swimming, but in between Olympic competitions
Bells Beach is the most famous surfing beach in Australia. A world famous surfing destination, Bells Beach has been holding surfing competitions since 1961 and
Taiwan the new Hawaii? It has been suggested in several articles it is the “New Hawaii”, well that’s really stretching things a little too far.
A true island paradise lies just off the Sunshine Coast in Queensland and is surrounded by mystical tales. Certainly, those surfers who have braved the
Angourie is one of Australia’s mystical surfing destinations and one of those “Bucket List” places, which adventure surfers want to visit and surf within their
Surfing in China has begun. Enter the Dragon, China has been a sleeping giant in so many ways for the past century, but now is
My first time surfing at Noosa Heads was in 1969 on a weekend trip with a school friend, it was love at first sight! I