Gerroa is the location for the next huge event of the NSW Wavesailing calendar 1/2nd November. Don’t miss this one!! Continue reading
We will bring you an event report and some NSWWA content from the state of origin event very soon, but until then take a look at the coverage the event has been getting in the media.
NBN (Northern Rivers) News aired a report which you can watch at: http://bit.ly/1mNUC1i
The newspaper The Northern Star also covered the event in a report you can see at: http://bit.ly/1ox5ufG
Keep your eyes on www.nswwavesailing.org to see more post-event content.
Online registration is now available for event 2 of the NSW Wavesailing series.
You can register here: http://wp.me/P1DaiW-ih Also don’t forget to become a member – which you can do at: http://wp.me/P1DaiW-lc Don’t forget to keep in the loop by checking www.nswwavesailing.org and we’ll see you at Flatrock!
Here’s a quick little video showing some of what we got up to at the first event of the season.
Thanks to Koichi Kaneda for the video.
The NSW Wavesailing Association (NSWWA) will be heading back to Flat Rock, Ballina between the 27th and 29th of September for The Wavesailing State of Origin II. Once again the best windsurfers from NSW and Queensland will be meeting to determine whether the north or south of wavesailing is the greatest. Continue reading
This weekend’s looking unreal with 20-25knots of wind forecast all day Saturday. Sign on will be at the Birubi Beach Carpark until 11am SHARP.
There is a possibility of relocation depending on the wind angle (We are still not sure of the exact angle wether its going to be more South West or South) so we need everyone signed on by 11am.
CREST café will be open at 8:30am serving awesome bacon and egg rolls and coffee so get there as early as possible as it will be windy.
Its going to be a huge day so make the effort and get there!!! See you bright and early on Saturday. Yeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwww!!!
Due to a very unfavourable forecast for this weekends event, it was decided to try and reschedule the event to the following weekend 30-31st August. This big east coast low has mucked up the usual winter pattern we are used to at this time of the year! Hope you all got amongst it in some way over the past couple of days.
We have been able to persuade all the relevant authorities and have been granted permission for the new date, this is a big task given the usual red tape behind large organisations. Thanks to the Port Stephens Council and the Roads and Maritime Services for working through the request.
Our accommodation partner is happy to change anyones bookings to the next weekend. So please call them today or tomorrow to make the new arrangements.
Thankyou all in advance for the understanding in regards to this big decision. The NSW Wavesailing aim is to get everyone out on the water to enjoy the sport of wavesailing so hopefully we will see you all there on the 30-31st, with a big winter cold front westerly blowing.
Cheers, George – NSWWA President