OPENING CEREMONY

Surfing Victoria takes pleasure in inviting you to attend the Opening Ceremony of the 2024 Australian Indigenous Surf Titles being held at Bells Beach / Djarrk on Wadawurrung Country

Friday 24th May 2024
7.30am

Traditional Smoking Ceremony & Welcome to Country

Surfing competition will commence 8.30am

INFO

The Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl is a gathering of Indigenous Surfers from across the country on the traditional land of the Wadawurrung people at Bells Beach/Djarrk on Victoria’s Surf Coast. The event is in its 11th year at the world famous break and includes divisions of Open Men, Open Women, Junior Boys, Junior Girls, Longboard and Masters Men.

NEWS

Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl brings top talent to Djarrak / Bells Beach

Djarrak / Bells Beach will play host to the 2024 Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl this weekend, bringing together the top Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander surfing talent from around Australia.In its 11th year, the event boasts surfers...

All Time Surf Hits Djarrak/Bells Beach With Lee Winkler Scoring A Perfect Ride To Win At The Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles Presented By Rip Curl

It was a finals day for the memory books at the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl with bombing 6 – 8 ft waves wrapping into Djarak/Bells Beach.

Perfect Waves Greet The Competitors On Day Two Of The Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles Presented By Rip Curl

Day 2 of the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl did not disappoint with Djarrak/Bells Beach producing perfect 6 foot plus long running waves.

Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles Presented By Rip Curl Commences With High Scores Posted And Amazing Waves Ridden

In the 10th running of the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl the competitors were greeted by superb waves and enjoyed epic comradery.

Top first nations surfers arrive on Wadawurrung Country for Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl

Over 70 of the top first nations surfers from across the country have arrived on Wadawurrung Country as the 10th running of the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl kicks off tomorrow.

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Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl returns to sacred site of Bells Beach / Djarrak for 10th year

One of the most anticipated events on the Victorian surfing calendar, the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl, will return later this month to Bells Beach / Djarrak on Wadawurrung Country to celebrate its 10thyear. The event brings together...

Jaz McCorquodale and Finn Hill go back to back on Wadawurrung Country at the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl and Head Sox

Former Champions Jaz McCorquodale (Central Coast / Darkinjung, NSW) and Finn Hill (Central Coast / Darkinjung, NSW) have gone back to back and claimed the 2022 Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles at Bells Beach / Djarrk today on Wadawurrung Country.

Huge day of surfing on Day Two of the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl and Headsox

Day 2 of the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl and Headsox has been greeted with perfect waves in what was a massive day of surfing on Wadawurrung Country.

Day One of the 2022 Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl and Headsox kicks off in small conditions at Bells Beach

Day one of the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles presented by Rip Curl and Headsox has kicked off today at Bells Beach / Djarrk in small clean conditions.

LIVE

HONOUR ROLL

Open Men 

2012 – Russell Molony
2013 – Joe Haddon
2014 – Otis Carey
2015 – Soli Bailey
2016 – Russell Molony
2017 – Otis Carey
2018 – Rohnin Henry-Micale
2019 – Finn Hill
2022 – Finn Hill
2023 – Landen Smales
Open Women 
2013 – Amber Mercy
2014 –  Amber Mercy
2015 – Summer Simon
2016 – Summer Simon
2017 – Summer Simon
2018 – Summer Simon
2019 – Jasmine McCorquodale
2022 – Jasmine McCorquodale
2023 – Summer Simon
Masters (Over 35s) 
2013 – Robbie Page
2014 – Robbie Page
2015 – Robbie Page
2016 – John Craig
2017 – Robbie Page
2018 – Anthony Hume
2019 – Scott Winch
2022 – Rhys Collins
2023 – Lee Winkler
Grand Kahunas (Over 50s)
2018 – Len Collard
2019 – Donny James
2022 – Robbie Page
2023 – Glenn Curtis
Junior Boys
2017 – Finn Hill
2018 – Taj Simons
2019 – Finn Hill
2022 – Landen Smales
2023 – Laned Smales
Junior Women 
2017 – Summer Simons
2018 – Summer Simons
2019- Summer Simons
2022 – Kauri Heuston-Connor
2023 – Ocea Curtis
Longboard Men
2016 – Tom Avery
2017 – Tom Avery
2018 – Tom Avery
2019 – Matt Molony
2022 – Landen Smales
2023 – Landen Smales
Longboard Women
2022 – Jasmine McCorquodale
2023 – Jasmine McCorquodale