Bringing the Stoke to the Southern Hemisphere Surflogic Australia

Surflogic Australia believes in supporting the surf and outdoor water sports communities of Australia and New Zealand.


At Surflogic Australia we love getting involved with our fellow surfers and water sports enthusiasts that share our same goals and beliefs that there is nothing better than getting outside and having fun in the ocean.

Surflogic Australia is proud to sponsor these amazing clubs:


Southside Malibu Club


Surflogic Australia loves the Southside Malibu Club located in the Sutherland Shire of NSW because the club is all about people having fun whilst surfing. With a focus on keeping the old school traditions of surfing alive by promoting the ongoing art of longboarding, the Southside Malibu Club keeps it real and is one that any keen surfer should check out.

This club is even connected with the legendary big wave surfer Greg Noll, who, by all historical accounts, was the first person to bring a balsa wood longboard to Cronulla Beach when he was on his way to lifeguard in the 1956 Olympics that were held in Australia....and the rest is surfing history!

For more information about the Southside Malibu Club, you can check out their website here: http://www.southsidemalibu.com.au/


Windsurfer Class Association of Australia 

Windsurfer Australia International Windsurfing Association LT Class Surflogic Australia Sponsored Club
Surflogic Australia proudly sponsors the Windsurfer Class Association of Australia Nationwide. With a focus on keeping it real and respecting the roots and traditions of sailboarding pioneers, the Windsurfer Class Association has recently launched the Windsurfer LT, a one design board that is a revamp of the original Windsurfer One Design Class board. The re-introduction of a One Design Class brings the focus of competition back to the skill and style of the board rider and provides a fun and inclusive platform for fair and friendly competition.

Surflogic Australia loves the friendly vibe of the windsurfing community and is excited to see the regrowth of this sport in Australia and worldwide...at the Australian National Championships in 2020, there was a record number of 116 participants!


For more information about the Windsurfer Class Association of Australia, you can check out their website here: http://www.windsurferclassaus.com/