Juraki Surf Culture are very excited to partner with Volcom, Aloha and Jalaan Surfboards to bring you the Waybarra Surf Camp, lighting the spark in young Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Surfers.
The Waybarra Surf Camp will run from Monday 5th July through to Friday 9th July 2021 in Fingal Head, Northern NSW, bringing 16 up and coming Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Surfers together to join in a unique experience of surf and culture.
If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Straight Islander surfer, between the ages of 10 - 25 without a major sponsor and are wanting to better your surfing, then simply apply by emailing a short clip telling us who you are, where you're from and what inspires you. We'd also love to see some clips of you surfing. Get creative and have some fun.
Email your clips by clicking the link below. A team of selectors from various sectors of the surf industry will select 16 surfers to participate. Entries close 5pm Friday 30th April 2021. Participants will be announced shortly after. Get filming and good luck.
The Waybarra Surf Camp is proudly supported by Lemon Tree Music and Cervus Private Wealth and Tweed Coast Parks.
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.