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Australia’s ‘Cabarita’ approved as the next Surfing Reserve



Environment Updates

Tweed coast break gets official endorsement

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 21 February, 2018 - In a unanimous decision, the Cabarita Beach-Bogangar region of northern New South Wales has received official endorsement by the Board of National Surfing Reserves to move towards a formal dedication this summer. The much-loved Tweed coast break is referred to by locals as just ‘Caba’.

Father of Australian surf writing Phil Jarratt launches new book



Book News

Phil will hold a book signing for his new memoir – "Life of Brine"

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 21 February, 2018 - He is a legend of Australian surf culture with more stories than most surfers have had waves and he’ll be at this year’s Australian Longboard Open at Kingscliff next week.

He is Phil Jarratt, the father of Australian Surf writing and he is bringing his stories to the Longboard titles as part of the “on-shore” entertainment.

Vanimo offers refreshing change from crowded tropical lineups



Surf Travel

Camp at Lido Village on Papua New Guinea’s north coast offers low-key adventure

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 20 February, 2018 - Having heard tales of friends scoring uncrowded, rippable waves in Papua New Guinea I’d long been eager to experience the uncrowded perfection it had to offer. When my phone rang with an invite to film a trip with super groms Jay Brown and Darcy DeClouett I jumped on the chance immediately.

Strong winds and rough seas force Burton Pro Lay Day



Burton Automotive Pro

Jeronimo Varga will surf in Heat 8 of Round Two when competition resumes at Merewether

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 20 February, 2018 - Merewether - A lay-day has been called at The 2018 Burton Automotive Pro on Day 2 of competition. Strong on-shore winds and rough seas meant that after one heat of Women's Round 1, the competition went on hold and was later called off for the day with conditions deteriorating further.

Championship Tour competitors to hit Sydney Women's Pro



Sydney Women's Pro

Top seed Nikki Van Dijk to lead the charge at Sydney Women's Pro

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 20 February, 2018 - With less than a week until the Sydney Women’s Pro hits Manly, some of the world’s best female surfers are preparing for the WSL Qualifying Series 6000 event. With valuable QS rankings points up for grabs, Manly will become the epicentre of world surfing for Sydney’s biggest surfing event.


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