3 Issue Special


Issues 414, 415 and 416 all for one low price!


Surfing World Issue 416

The latest issue of Surfing World sees a new dawn break. Anchoring the issue is an illuminating interview with original SW contributor, Albe Falzon who’s just re-released his Morning of the Earth opus 50 years on. You can look at things that are right and wrong in the world, but a shift in consciousness is what's needed. And that's the beautiful thing about Surfing World, because when I go through the magazine now, it's reminding people there's more to your life than just the glamour of having the latest and greatest. It's almost like we're leaving the personality behind and we're looking at the deeper level and the magazine reflects that.” Along with our Albe chat, we explore mornings with Tom Carroll, creative funk with Jaleesa Vincent, Worimi Country with Uncle Graeme Russell and Kerby Brown’s frontier big-wave psychology. On the cover, Ben Thouard explores a life (sub) aquatic in Tahiti.  

Surfing World Issue 415

Coming out of two years of lockdown here in Australia there's been a lotta talk about freedom lately... but there’s been plenty of freedom on offer if you’ve known where to look.

Surfing World Issue 414

From the volcanic points of Yaegl country to the ancient Gondwanan forests of Lutruwita, Surfing World 414 disappears into the wilds of the Australian continent. Anchored by Jock Serong’s fictional letter, “Open this when you’re there” the issue explores a lot of ground, on foot and in the imagination. We talk to Dane Reynolds and Derek Hynd. We discover what really happened to Hot Tuna. George Greenough battles a plague of brown snakes, while Lauren Hill explores the colour and verve of postmodern women’s surfing. These are big surfing ideas in a big surfing land.

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Issues 414, 415 and 416 all for one low price!



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