Surfing World Magazine: Issue 386
ISSUE 386 - RIP UP THIS MAGAZINE & STICK IT TO YOUR WALLS BECAUSE AUSTRALIA PUMPS
Inside this issue:
- LAND OF PLENTY: What a beaut little run of fair dinkum, dinky-die, little ripper, tinny crackin', roo shootin', thong throwin', bloody great Aussie swells.
- WILSON'S ROAD: Corey Wilson is one of the world's leading surf photographers but why won't he grow his hair out? Martin Di Stasio with this disturbing report.
- SCRUB OUTLAW: They left the dribble of summer in their wake and drove out to the badlands. Creed lost his sunnies in a town that reeked of death.
- NED'S PEAK: Dion Agius and Shyama Buttonshaw get wind of a swell and stumble onto Ned's Peak - a wave more triangle than the ocean.
Indonesia's swell window is lighting up for late May and early June.
Wetties and Wisdom
A long S groundswell is about to rock the entire NSW coast under a favourable autumn wind-regime.
"An unacceptable risk for the health of the ocean..."
Wild adventure awaits!
Photos of big chunks of Indian Ocean on a Saturday morning.
Australia's 2018-19 budget could sting some of our favourite surfing legends.
Ten Things From Surfing & The Internet On The Week That Was May 18, 2018
The weekend is almost here. Get ready to rumble.
Early season in the Maldives has delivered plenty bowls
A rare, high period S groundswell is brewing for the Eastern Seaboard.