Ever heard of Farquhar?

When you get an invite to an unknown place not far up the road by a band of Troopcarrier worshippers the simple answer is yes. Having stumbled upon Troopcarriers of Australia (TOA) on Facebook, we knew these were Aussie blokes (and now many lasses)…

Wild Crescent Head

An east coast low slammed into the surfing village of Crescent Head in March 2017, bringing torrential rain and wild surf. The erratic weather was the tail end of the category four Cyclone Debbie, which wreaked havoc across the popular tourist destination of the…

Surfing Scotts Head

Hidden away off the Pacific Highway, the tiny surf town of Scotts Head, on the mid-north coast of New South Wales, largely remains a secret, even to Aussies. But with a top right-hand point break that sees long, mellow waves wash towards the shore,…

Australia’s surfing Mecca: Point Plomer

With a reputation for world-class surfing conditions, as well as a long golden beach, it’s no wonder Point Plomer has long been a favourite of Australian holidaymakers. Shaggy-haired, sun-kissed surfers make their annual pilgrimage to this coastal hideaway, determined to get their fill of…