Wednesday, October 27, 2010

boardriders surf clip

Coffs Boardriders go camping 2010 from Tom Woods on Vimeo.
One weekend in October the Coffs Harbour boardriders drove 2 hours south and set up camp at an ideal little beach break..... they had campfires, played some bush cricket and of course went surfing, this clip will give you a taste of what went down.


Only crew with appropriate surf craft will be getting salty today. Even a wide fish would’nt have cut the mustard, however the log riders were getting some fun looking sliders and once again were the feature of todays pics.Unlike last month, spring is now living up to expectations of poor surf…shows how good we had it in here to see full post

Monday, October 25, 2010

rainy and grainy

lone wolf - bret caller

There were a few fun and sunny waves over the weekend break, but that has all come to an end this morning. This week has started off with a bad case of “Mondayitis” Only ankle high waves breaking in the steady rain…. Brett Caller was kind enough to paddle out, so I could get someone surfing this morning, there was no one else even checking the beach between 6.30-7.30... See more HERE

Thursday, October 21, 2010

boardriders go camping

The Coffs Boardriders had their annual camp trip last weekend.. click here to read the stories and see all the pics

Wednesday, October 20, 2010


A few junky 2-footers at most of our beach breaks this morning, not worth taking a sickie for, but if you are at a loose end you might as well hit it up. If you are stuck in front of a computer all day then I’ve got some good news… there is plenty of newish stuff up on the site… click here see whats new

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

full tide

There is still some south swell hanging around this morning, but most spots are getting done in by the high tide. Once again those outside banks with the deep inside gutter really suits the lower tides, especially when the swell is under the four foot mark. It was still a nice sunny morning to go for a paddle before work/ here to see the rest of today's post

Monday, October 18, 2010


Some super springtime tubes about the place this morning. There was just enough swell to light up the outside sandbanks, even on the early morning high tide. The whole coast looks so different after all that rai...Click here to see all of todays post

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

wash up

Mother nature has been rather angry over the last few days, but her mood looks to be improving today. All of our backbeaches and a few open beachies are back on the menu, thanks to a all-night north west wind and a dropping swell. Checked 6 or 7 spots this.... CLICK HERE to see all the pics

Tuesday, October 12, 2010


The sun finally came out to play..... click here to read & see more from todays session, also links to new surf clips and how to win a pair of new shoes from Twins

Monday, October 11, 2010

harley ingleby dot com

Emerald Beach shredder; Harley Ingleby has just launched his new website and it’s RAD!!
CLICK HERE to see a few pics and get linked to the world champ's new site

Thursday, October 7, 2010

morning sun

That early sunshine was sooo good this morning! After 4 days days of constant rain and horrid surf conditions, the dawn of this fine Thursday was a relief for many. The wave heights hav..... CLICK HERE to read on and see the pics
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Monday, October 4, 2010

september in review

September surprised everyone with a few pumping south swells and more than just a few unforgettable sessions. What follows is September 2010 on the Coffs coast in review...... Click here to see all the best shots and stories from a epic spring month

Sunday, October 3, 2010


Friday at dawn; there is no wind, it’s still, mostly overcast with a hint of sun just trying to peep through the gap in the horizon and a blanket of cloud, which stretches back to the west over the great dividing range. The ocean is rumbling loud enough to suggest there is some swell happening, so the anticipation high as I motor down the beach, but the scene is far from what is expected. It looks as if it’s blowing 50 knots from the east, I check 3 beaches before I find a spot that looks worth surfing. Huey must be...... click here to see all the pics and read