Juraki News


As many would agree, 2020 was a tough one. We at Juraki Surf Culture were extremely concerned with the impact the COVID19 virus could have on our community, especially our elders. With this in mind, Juraki made the hard decision to cancel all programs and events for 2020.


2021 is looking much better and we have some great things in store with amazing opportunities for young Indigenous surfers. Stay tuned, connect on our socials and we can't wait to see ya out there!!

Boardsox Partnership

Stoked to announce our partnership with Boardsox, a community-driven, and artistically creative surf hardware company that makes the highest quality canvas boards socks. The Boardsox x Salt Water Dreamtime Collaboration by Zac Bennet-Brook will see 10% of proceeds going to us here at Juraki Surf Culture. 


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.