History & Culture
Farewell to an icon of an era and the very first World Surfing Champion, Midget Farrelly.
Science & Environment
Researchers in Wollongong are 3D printing custom-designed surfboard fins they say will help surfers improve their performance in the water.
North Curl Curl Beach in the north of Sydney bustles with swimmers and sunbathers on the 2015 Australia Day weekend. This photo was taken by a drone, which took off from nearby cliffs.
Michal Kolarik used a drone to capture this stunning sunset over Trigg Beach, in Perth, Western Australia.
A lone fisherman casts the last lines of the day into the surf in Bunbury, Western Australia
Three surfers under the endless sky, making plans and chasing dreams!
Australia is renowned as one of the world’s premier surfing destinations. Its 37,000km coastline is blessed with beach, reef and point breaks to challenge the most experienced board-riders. For the less adept, there are countless easy-rolling swells that beginners can paddle onto safely and with confidence.
Rip currents kill more Australians per year than natural disasters and sharks combined, says a new study.
These adorable hippos were filmed on location for a new African nature series.
Sports scientists across the Tasman are delving into the art of riding waves, with some interesting results.