What is believed to be the world's first inflatable surf reef is set to be installed at a beach in Western Australia.
The promise of additional shark surveillance lures two Brazilian surfing superstars back to the World Surf League's event in Margaret River, despite threats last year that neither would return.
Surfers take to the water at King Island in a protest to tell salmon farmers that "they don't have any social licence to come and invade our waters".
Ash Barty has returned home after her Miami Open triumph, and the newly installed top-10 player is catching up with her friend and fellow sports star Steph Gilmore.
Councillors in the tourist hot spot of Byron Bay vote to crack down on hipsters not wearing leg-ropes while surfing.
The World Surf League has endorsed Soli Bailey's request to wear both the Aboriginal and Australian flags on his jersey while competing on the prestigious Championship Tour in 2019.
There's nothing strange about seeing a woman grab a surfboard and paddle out. But things were very different in Edwardian Australia — until Isabel Letham started making waves.
From health scares to the death of his son, surfing pioneer Mick Lawrence has had his share of hard knocks, and not just from chasing waves.
Young South Australian Noah Pronk is tackling microplastics and chemicals in the ocean with an eco-friendly surf wax company that he designed for a school project.
Around the world, people are taking to the waves as part of their treatment for mental illness. Advocates of surf therapy say it's a way to draw people out of dark places, and world champion surfer Layne Beachley couldn't agree more.