Noosa's Reserve's international reputation as being one of surfing's natural wonders will be on showcase for the 27th Noosa Festival of Surfing 2018 with local, regional and worldwide talent competing in surf events over eight days of the festival. If you are not a competitor, don't stress, the Noosa Festival of Surfing 2018 is for anyone;
NOOSA FESTIVAL OF SURFING HIGHLIGHTS
Longboard Surfing & Surfing Events
Grab your 'Takayama in the Pink' board for Noosa's World Surfing Reserve has earned an international reputation as having a beautiful protected surfing environment. Surf's up and no doubt this will attract the best male and female surf shredders from all around the world to compete in the Noosa Festival of Surfing.
NevHouse The NevHouse is an innovative multi-purpose shelter that was created using plastic waste and has the equivalent of 25,000 plastic water bottles, recycled and repurposed to create an easily transportable shelter, which could be used in case of Wipeout or major disaster relief!
Check out, Sustainability Day during the 8-day festival, which features events, guest speakers and an Awareness market with organisations including Noosa World Surfing Reserve and Sea Shepherd Australia.
Time to Chillax I'll be taking time out from watching the surfing events to meander along the Surf Beach Markets over the Noosa Festival of Surfing weekend (10th – 11th March 2018). The retailers will be selling their coastal themed wares, and who knows, maybe I'll have a massage or join a yoga class.
Vetshop Dog Surfing Championships How cute are these dawgs surfing the waves with their humans? They'll be donning their rashies, some with wax on their paws and zinc on their snouts like last year, however more skilled this year - so expect a bigger and better show from these super hounds!
Sundown After the sun has gone down and the party starts. Head to the XXXX Summer Beach Bar for some live music, film, and presentations from Noosa's Main Beach. There will be a great line up of entertainment, visit www.festivalofsurfing.com.au for program details. Alternatively, there is the Save the Waves Film Festival which has family-friendly surf movies - free!