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Surfing Australia.

Surfing Australia.

Formed in 1963, Surfing Australia is a national sporting organisation, which aims to guide and promote the development of surfing in Australia.

Surfing Australia work closely with 6 state branches, 235 Boardrider Clubs, 114 surf schools, local councils and schools to deliver grass-roots participation, community and events.

Hyundai Australia is honoured to support a sport which represents such an important part of Australia’s coastal culture and lifestyle.

Hyundai Electric Air

Introducing the Hyundai Electric Air Show!

We are bringing something electric to this year’s Australian Boardriders Battle National Final at Newcastle Beach on May 15 and 16. 24 aerial surfers from Australia’s best Boardrider Clubs will take to the waves (and skies) to compete for the prize of a Kona Electric leased for a year. Dangling from a Hyundai blimp, will be a set of Kona Electric keys. As the blimp fly’s above the line-up of surfers, competitors will give their best shot at jumping off their surfboard to catch the key.

Land the key. Land the Kona Electric!

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Ambassador Laura Enever.

Professional surfer Laura Enever, 26, was born and raised on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Australia. As a 2x World Junior Champion, Australian Champion and Pro Jnr Champion, Laura is considered one of the world’s best female surfers.

After Laura fell off the WSL Women’s Tour at the end of 2018, Laura began to pursue some of Australia’s most dangerous waves, including those of the infamous Shipstern Bluff. The film, Undone, released in May of 2020, follows Laura on this year-long journey.

ABB.

The Australian Boardriders Battle is Australia’s biggest grassroots boardriders event and involves more than 60 of Australia’s best boardrider clubs. Hyundai Australia is a proud partner of the National Final, which will see 24 clubs come together to battle it out to become the 2020/21 Australian Champions.

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Australian Surfing Awards.

As an automotive manufacturer founded upon a vision for continued progress, Hyundai Australia values the importance of awarding those who are committed to making significant contributions to the development of surfing in Australia. Hyundai Australia is a proud partner of the annual Australian Surfing Awards, which aims to preserve the history of Australian surfing and honour its great achievers.

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High Performance Centre.

Located in northern NSW, the High Performance Centre is a coaching and training facility for surfers of all levels, from Olympic athletes to beginners. HPC’s Adult and School surf camps cater for a variety of abilities, with coaches providing personalised instruction that’s tailored to whatever level. Purpose-built for surfers, the High Performance Centre features video analysis rooms, surf specific gym, skate ramps, trampolines, 70 surfboard demo quiver and hotel style accommodation rooms.

Check it out here
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SurfGroms.

SurfGroms is a leading surf program for children between the ages of 5-12 years old. With programmes run throughout Australia, SurfGroms adopts an approach to learning that uses group-based games to not only equip kids with the skills they need to surf and paddle but also to encourage their participation by having fun.

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