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Surfing Margaret River

Incredibly, there are over 50 surf breaks in the Cape to Cape region of Margaret River.  Some are easy to access, while other breaks require a 4WD and a lot of local knowledge.  Check out the best go to reference on this: Surfing Margaret River’s Cape to Cape Guide.

Surfing Margaret River Book Cover Front and Back

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Surfing Margaret River (SMR) was founded in June 2013. SMR aims to promote surfing in the Margaret River Region. It does this by posting a daily surf photo taken between the Capes on its Facebook page at 5pm (surf permitting); offering photography services for hire to groups or individuals; selling ready-to-hang canvas prints of epic surfing photos; maintaining a surfing blog on its’ website and promoting the Surfing Margaret River Cape to Cape Guide which details over 50 surf spots between the Capes. For more information on any of these products or services please visit website at www.surfingmargaretriver.com.

At Fresh Tracks Margaret River, we operate under our Code of Practice http://www.freshtracksmargs.com/faq/. We surf to the Surfers Code and encourage you to do so too.

 

From Bay to Bay – Gracies General Store

From Gnarabup Bay/Prevelly, to “The Bay” in Gracetown with the infamous Huzzas, North & South Points, the convenience of Fresh Tracks Margs surf gear and accessories, for buy or hire, is never too far away.  Call in to our friends at Gracies General Store in Gracetown for surf products, THE coffee, booze, THOSE pies (handmade by the Little Pie Lane) & take away food, general groceries, fishing tackle, bait, ice, fuel and even to post your mail!  Eat, Shop & Hire at Gracies!

Gracies General Store Photo

 

 And in the Ocean – One Ocean International

Founded by Joe Knight, One Ocean International is a specialist watermanship training organisation committed to educating the world community on all elements of ocean awareness and safety.  Their mission is to provide best in class watermanship training, to be professionally respected within the ocean community, ensuring a positive impact and respectful approach to our environment. Through interactive, inclusive, professional and proactive ocean awareness services, they encourage a strong connection to culture, community and environment and regenerate the ancient culture of the waterman.

Joe is a professional freediver, surfer, sailor, paramedic, nutrition and lifestyle consultant, offshore survival trainer and in 2004 was awarded a Maritime Commander Australia Commendation by the Royal Australian Navy. Joe has also completed Surf Lifesaving Australia’s “Surf Gold” examination and has trained with some of the best freedivers in the world including Umberto Pellizari, William Thuebridge and Jonathan Sunnex. His passion is to enhance everyone’s understanding of the ocean, and as a result, how we interact with it.

A specialist watermanship training and ocean awareness organisation committed to:

  • Increasing awareness of the marine environment
  • Promoting a positive, active and healthy lifestyle
  • Creating a positive, pro- active and aware safety culture
  • Maintaining a strong connection to people, cultures and the environment

One Ocean International offers a broad spectrum of ocean related training courses and coaching. These span from freediving and specialist watermanship training, to medical and nutrition support. They also offer underwater photography, first aid kits… yet it is unlikely it will stop there.

One Ocean International is driven to assisting people, cultures and the environment, for that reason 10% of all course proceeds are donated to pro-active charities.