Toddy Rosewall, cliff hanger

The Surf Coast

We’re on the road… the Surf Coast Road that is, but we’re not exactly scoring waves. The swell is tiny and a nemesis wind is flanking us at every turn. We’ve clocked a heap of k’s and scoured many deserted beaches for a rideable peak…can’t always get it on. That’s cool – the scenery is amazing down here on the Great Ocean Road and surrounds.

I hear Sydney is pumping…hope you’re getting waves.


Chris Friend, Vic roundie

The retirement plan, chilled

Back to nature, near Port Campbell

The Surf Coast, Friendy, shorey, fun

Good day to go fishing

The Twelve Apostles at sunset

6 thoughts on “The Surf Coast

  1. Average surf, cold temperatures, gloomy fogged up houses… any good reason for you to leave Bondi for Victoria?! Or is it her Secret 😀

  2. Seems that ‘One Trick Pony’ label you give yourself is being whittled away this trip. Some great (non beach) pics Young Fella!

  3. Suffering – I can’t hack living in a city with no proper swell (sorry Adelaide) – prodigal Bondi boy – that shot of the aerial reminds me of sitting on the headland at Bronte Cutting or out the back at South Maroubra on a messy shorey day watching the fins cut through the waves.

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