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Juraki News

Waybarra Surf Camp was held on Coodjingburra Country in January 2022. Juraki Surf Culture partnered with Volcom, Aloha Surfboards and Jalaan Surfboards, supported by Cervus Private Wealth, and Lemon Tree Music, to bring together sixteen of the most exciting young Indigenous surfers and leaders from across the country. In the midst of covid outbreaks and Tropical Cyclone Seth, the surfers gathered in Fingal Head for five incredible days of sharing surf + culture. The campers surfed local surf breaks every day and spent time learning more about their rich culture. Can't wait for Waybarra Surf Camp 2023, see ya out there!!


Juraki Surf Culture believes that our children and youth are our future. Juraki aims to help develop and mentor young Indigenous leaders through various cultural and sporting activities.


Juraki are devoted to promoting a healthy, strong Indigenous community. All Juraki events are drug and alcohol free, promoting healthy lifestyles, encouraging active living and healthy food choices.


Juraki is committed to walking along side our Aboriginal Elders to ensure that cultural protocols are followed, knowledge is shared

and guidance is given.

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