More and more, surfing, yoga and walks in nature are being posited as the answer to alleviating our mental health problems, but are they really the magic fix so many claim? As lovers of surfing and other nature-based pastimes, we all know how much better a stint of outdoor activity makes us feel. However, we […]
[This article originally appeared in Volume 256. Subscibe to Wavelength now to never miss an issue.] No one has ever told me to put my surfboard down. No one has ever told me to get out of the water. I have faced no barriers in learning to surf, other than those pertaining to the fact […]
Since the wave opened just over two weeks ago, there’s been an awful lot of chat about what it isn’t, what it should be and what it might be in the future. After the media day, we set out to answer all your burning questions including: How many different types of wave are there? How […]
The Vans Triple Crown is upon us, the thrilling climax to another year of competitive pro surfing. In terms of gathering of the tribe vibes, it’s kind of a cross between the Hajj, the Eisteddfod… and Spring Break. The North Shore aka the Seven Mile Miracle is the hallowed, sacred ground upon which anyone who […]
Here’s a short but lovely flick featuring Josie Prendergast, surfing a dreamy point under the early summer sun near her adopted home in NSW. It’s a celebration of the subtle; artfully cut by Nathan Oldfield and beautifully scored by Nicole Reynolds. Hit play and brighten up your cold rainy Tuesday.