Author Archives: Noosa World Surfing Reserve

Inside World Surfing Reserves

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WSR/STW INTERVIEW Davenport, CA, 21 May 2019 With Noosa set to become the 10th World Surfing Reserve next February, our WSR president Phil Jarratt travelled to the headquarters of World Surfing Reserves and its administrative partner, Save The Waves Coalition, in picturesque Davenport, California (population 408), about 20 kilometres north of the 4th World Surfing

Ambassador Jordan Mercer Back With A Bang In The Molokai

Blog Ambassador Jordan Mercer Back With A Bang In The Molokai

Training pre-event at Waikiki. Photo courtesy Jordan Mercer Facebook. After an entire summer on the sidelines due to injury, multiple world paddleboard and ironwoman champion Jordan Mercer came back with a bang May 26 in Hawaii, taking out the gruelling 52-kilometre Molokai to Oahu ocean paddle race for the first time in the prestigious surf

New ‘Surfonomics’ Subject Set To Make Waves

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Students will have the opportunity to study the science of surfing, including wave characteristics and tourism benefits, in a new geography subject being offered at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Using technology such as drones and GPS devices, students of Special Field Studies Topic (Geography of Surfing) will measure waves along the iconic Noosa