A film that's puts a human face on the fight going on against Coal Seam Gas in Australia
The question is will this erosion continue? Australia's leading coastal scientist analyses the April storm.
The murky waters swirling around coal seam gas in the Northern Rivers.
So the coal seam gas thing is real. It's a real danger and it's time we all start realising it...
Democracy/ Pointbreaks/ Rivers and Beaches all threatened by Coal Seam Gas Industry on North Coast
Jock Serong breaks down the important issue of Hydraulic Fracturing for Coastalwatch. What, why, why not, and what's happening in Australia?
On February 1st 2014 surfers, scientists and conservationists will once again join members of the general public in gathering to denounce the Western Australian Government’s new policy to catch and kill sharks.
The Kirra Cruise ship terminal project had a wonderfully entertaining two-week life, Jock Serong tells its story.
Protest Paddle out called for Sunday 19th January at North Kirra/Bilinga at 10am opposing $ 2 billion Ocean Terminal/Casino.
Humanitarian organisation SurfAid today launched an appeal to assist the Filipino people in the wake of the devastating Typhoon Haiyan, known locally as Yolanda.
Video and Article: With construction imminent, Jock Serong gives us another look at what's going on in Victoria's east.
Surfrider give us an overview on the very real and immediate threat of losing the break.
Many of the world’s best surf destinations are remote and people in remote areas are often forgotten, as delivering services there is costly, time-consuming and requires serious efforts. SurfAid passionately believes that no matter where you live, you have a right to access quality basic services.
Filmmakers Michael Lawrence and David Kruta recently went to the Mentawai Islands and Nias, off Sumatra, Indonesia, to cover our work in malaria, water and sanitation, and emergency preparedness.
The iconic 52-kilometre stretch of astonishing and picturesque coastal landscapes, which stretches along South-East Queensland’s Gold Coast region, is not only a haven for surfers and a highly sought-after district to live in, but acts as a vital economic strategy to assist in the sustainability of the area.
Ash speaks about his apathy in the past, his ‘unlikely ally’ in Alan Jones and his commitment to seeing an end to the drilling. Photo: Swilly
News and Gallery: A Queensland registered boat washed up on Cronulla Point can be seen live on Coastalwatch. Photo: Rielly Clarke.
Phenomenal Weather Covers Sunny Coast Streets in Eerie Foam. Photo by Matt O'Brien
READ: Rasta speaks to Coastalwatch about the impending threat to NZ's Maui Dolphin. There are only 55 left!
In a world first, we're bringing you wild penguins LIVE in a unique collaboration between nature media and travel company Wildiaries.com, Warrnambool Council, Coastcare and optical company Swarovski.
Debate: Jock Serong asks how we best understand the issues around the Abel Tasman.
Why shark attack statistics tell us so much, and so little. Photo: www.spotashark.com
Like dolphins? So does Rasta. Find out why New Zealand's Maui Dolphins need your help...
Legian Beach, looking clean and inviting - but during the wet season onshore winds heap rubbish on the sand. Recently, Kelly Slater has got behind the push to clean up Bali's surf zones. Photo: Greg Scott
Council claims record of improvements at Bells... Photo: ASP
There's a storm brewing in the Bells Beach carpark Tim Baker investigates the grey line between conservation, recreation and tourism in Australia's first surfing reserve... Photo: Scanlon
Want to swim with the biggest fish in the sea? Now's the time...
At 51 he's living the dream and loving every moment with his two kids
John John and Gabriel Light Up Teahupoo, Julian Stomps A Finless Air, & Zac Efron Rides A Shark – This Week In Surfing
Ten Things From Surfing and The Internet On The Week That Was August 21, 2015
Jordy Smith Nails The Ridiculous, Teahupoo Is Coming, & The Shark-Cull Argument Goes Mainstream – This Week In Surfing
Ten Things From Surfing and The Internet On The Week That Was August 14, 2015
Bryce Young, Dane Reynolds, Derek Hynd, John Florence, David Rastovich & Your New Most Favouritest Instagram – This Week In Surfing
Ten Things From Surfing and The Internet On The Week That Was August 7, 2015
The Greatest Teahupoo Ever? Namibia Delivers Incredible Go-Pro Barrel... Again – This Week In Surfing
Ten Things From Surfing and The Internet On The Week That Was July 31, 2015
A jaw dropping slow-moment that will leave you as stunned as the Today Show hosts.
Caleb Mclean, Rasta, Anthony Walsh, Alex Gray take advantage of magical Nias
23 year old becomes first person to windsurf the giant waves of Pedra Branca off Tasmania’s South Coast
Waves to get you stoked in the season of love.