1. Defining GurfBy Daini Stephenson | Featuring Ellie Connan and Maria Nilsson

    'GURF' – type it into Google and even the urban dictionary has no idea what you’re talking about..

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  2. Moto Pipe DreamsBy Jon Laurenson | Featuring Robbie Maddison

    FMX freak Robbie Maddison takes his dirt bike to the waves of Tahiti. I’m sure I don't want to see this on a regular basis...

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  3. Can Waves Be Too Perfect?By Ted Grambeau

    "Should a surfer be able to receive a score of 10 on a 6 foot wave when there are 10 foot sets on that day?" Ted Grambeau reflects on some of the greatest...

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  4. BBSF Update: Sweet As BroBy Lily Keenan

    Our salty friends over at the Byron Bay Surf Festival have given us a little insight into what’s in store for this years three day celebration of all things...

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  5. ICEA: A Classic Case of FrothBy William Blackburn | Featuring ICEA Foundation

    This Saturday will see Perth’s Cottesloe Cove embrace the froth for the 2014 ICEA Classic - a surf festival with a difference. We chat to ICEA founder,...

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  6. Chaos and Carnage: FinalsBy Ted Grambeau

    "The whole day was a mixture of perfect surf meets fear and chaos." Day seven. Finals day.

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  7. Chaos and Carnage: Day 6By Ted Grambeau

    Day six. The most dangerous reef, the world's best surfers and one swell to rule them all.

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  8. Lay Day TahitiBy Ted Grambeau

    With the Billabong Comp still on hold the surfers get a chance to relax and take in the culture of Tahiti.

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  9. Chaos and Carnage: Day 2 and 3By Ted Grambeau

    The Billabong Pro is put on hold. Ted explores Tahiti and reflects on the best wipeouts over the last two days.

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  10. Chaos and Carnage: Day 1By Ted Grambeau

    Day one. The most dangerous reef, the world’s best surfers and one swell to rule them all.

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  11. The Chaos and the CarnageBy Lily Keenan | Featuring Ted Grambeau

    The most dangerous reef, the world’s best surfers and one swell to rule them all.

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  12. Byron Bay Surf Festival

    Celebrating surfing as a lifestyle, and the creative culture in which it is deeply entrenched. Get your shukra tingling.

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  13. Taking Sexy BackBy Lauren Hill

    "I find that one of the major problems in surfing culture is not so much the lack of women, but the lack of men. That is, feeling, thinking, chromosomally XY...

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  14. The Shape of Things to Come - Vampirate SurfboardsBy Steve Baccon

    For a series of portraits from his upcoming book, H A N D S the Shapers Project, photographer Steve Baccon visited the workshops and back rooms of some of...

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  15. Sun Dried and StokedBy Lily Keenan

    Sunburn, wetsuit tans and sandy feet. Life as a surf coach on Australia's most famous beach of Bondi.

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  16. Cloudy BaliBy Jon Laurenson

    Its almost that time of year again. Time to escape to the tropical paradise we love and..

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  17. small FRIES

    Each year Taj Burrow and his sponsors put on a surf event for the "Small Fries" in his home town of Yallingup western Australia.

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  1. Darwin and Tiwi Islands

    We explore the Northern Territory outback, the local Darwin food, bar and music scene and the nearby Tiwi Islands for a cultural hit and some infamous Barra fishing with the local indigenous guides.

  2. The Whitsundays travel guide

    "I''ve travelled around the world and the most beautiful place i have ever seen is in our backyard - the Whitsundays” - Emily Hutchinson @emelinaah
    We planned a fun 8-day Whitsunday holiday filled with reef diving, island hopping, water activities and plenty of time to relax. The trip kicked off with three days in Airlie Beach which was enough time to chat to the locals and get the inside story on the best things to do and explore in the Whitsundays. Every conversation pointed to two things: a one-day Cruise Whitsundays dive trip to the outer Great Barrier Reef and a sea plane flight over Heart Reef and Whitehaven Beach with Air Whitsunday. Then we spent four leisurely days on a #gobareboating catamaran exploring the 74 Whitsunday Islands. Thanks to our very own skipper (a local who knew just the right places), we stumbled across our own secret beaches, found hidden gems and watched the tropical Whitsunday world go by. Our trip ended with an overnight stay on glorious Hamilton Island - and a chance to mix water sports and hiking activities with chill outs by the resort pool and enjoy quality restaurant and cocktail time. [caption id="attachment_14579" align="alignnone" width="1350"] seychelles, chasing the sun, travel, fashion, lifestyle, womens sur[/caption] [caption id="attachment_14598" align="alignnone" width="1350"] seychelles, chasing the sun, travel, fashion, lifestyle, womens surf[/caption]

  3. Colombia

    A vibrant mixture of colourful people and untouched places, Colombia is an untapped resource, the result of a rocky past and fabricated stereotypes.

  4. Rottnest Island travel guide

    The extraordinary beauty of Rottnest Island through the eyes of local Olive Cooke. Rotto sits just 19kms from Fremantle, Western Australia and is a wild and unique piece of Aussie paradise. Get your Rottnest Island travel guide by local influencer Olive Cooke

  5. Madagascar travel guide

    Lucy Small exploring the coasts, surf and villages of Madagascar.

  6. Cuba

    A place of crumbling splendor and jeweled seas, of derelict buildings emblazoned with the revolutionary flag. This is a changing Cuba.

  7. Palawan

    This is your guide to Palawan in the Phillippines by Life in the Slow Lane's Liss Connell and Grace Picot

  8. Traversing Namibia

    Traversing Namibia by road. Wild and free in the African desert of Namibia by Elise Hassey

  9. Mo'orea travel guide

    Come and visit tropical paradise of Mo'orea, Tahiti. Travel guide by Alesha Saliba of Billabong Australia. Featuring Elyse Knowles and Rocky Barnes

  10. Bora Bora travel guide

    Is paradise calling? This is your guide to Bora Bora, Tahiti.

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