Legian Beach, looking clean and inviting - but during the wet season onshore winds heap rubbish on the sand. Recently, Kelly Slater has got behind the push to clean up Bali's surf zones. Photo: Greg Scott
Council claims record of improvements at Bells... Photo: ASP
Got an old or broken surfboard lying around the backyard? Chris Anderson is collecting 1000 old and broken surfboards to create a Surfboard Graveyard as an awareness campaign about the unsustainable materials and wastage of surfboards.
Enjoying a greasy pile of fish and chips on the beach is part of the coastal lifestyle, but with increased concern about Australia's depleted fish stocks coming out in whispers and shouts our choices as consumers may have a direct bearing on what will be on tomorrow's menu.
Award-winning documentary Bag It comes to Australia.
Rob Brander’s Essential Beach Book, discuses beach types and the importance of sea level for coastlines.
CSIRO and BOM Snapshot into the state of Australia’s climate.
Plastic, like diamonds, are forever
The controversial 1972 book; The Limits to Growth, is still ‘on-track’ according to new CSIRO research
The best surf tv show format keeps on rolling!
Nick Carroll: The Terrible Attack at Greenmount Will Blow the Shark Narrative To Pieces, Again
A Statement Regarding Coastalwatch Surf Cams and the Fatal Shark Incident at Rainbow Bay
Watch Soli Bailey Ride Beautiful North Coast Surf and Talk Surfboards, Career, and Growing Up
Sean Doherty: "The Guys at Narrabeen Really Set a Direction in My Life", Mark Richards in 1971
1 - 2 ft - W winds @ 10 knots Windy. Sunny. 10.5°C, water 18°C
0.5 - 1 ft - W winds @ 10 knots Windy. Sunny. 10.5°C, water 18°C
1 - 2 ft - W winds @ 14 knots Windy. Sunny. °C, water 18°C
For a good chunk of this winter, it seemed like the Vicco crew had become the poor cousins of the surfing world...
Offshore barrels and dreamy setups
Golden hour at perfect Padang Padang - it's been a good week to be in Bali... Photo: Childs
A stoked out portrait of Australian Junior Surfing in the year 2018.
This is Mick Fanning’s take on that crazy incident at J-Bay in 2015 - the most watched moment in surfing history.