About Surfing Australia

Surfing Australia is a not for profit incorporated National Sporting Organisation that was formed in 1963 to establish, guide and promote the development of surfing in Australia.

Surfing Australia is the representative body on the International Surfing Association (ISA) of which there are 56 member countries and is recognised by the Australian Sports Commission, the Australian Olympic Committee and is a member of the Water Safety Council of Australia.

Surfing underpins an important part of the Australian coastal fabric. It forms part of a lifestyle in which millions participate with a mystique in which millions more have a documented interest.

The beginnings

Surfing Australia was established to guide and promote the development of the sport in Australia. The organisation was formed in a time when surfing was not a popular past-time and in an era when there was no such thing as a surfing industry or funding to support it.

The growth

What followed was a far more strategic approach towards the development of the sport. The framework and structure created has allowed surfing to grow both as a sport and as a lifestyle pursuit into the new millennium.

Our Purpose

To create a healthier and happier Australia through experiencing the joy of surfing for life.

Our Core Values

LEADERSHIP
Be proactive, be clear in direction and create a culture of lead by example

PIONEERING
Be courageous and inspirational in embracing change and breaking new waters

INTEGRITY
Earn the respect of others through listening and being both trustworthy & appreciative

 

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