The Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles head to Bells Beach for sixth year

The Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles head to Bells Beach for sixth year

Running for its sixth year, the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles is a chance to showcase what Indigenous surfers have to offer.

The three day event will showcase the top 32 Indigenous open males, 16 masters men, 8 open women, 8 open longboarders, 8 junior males and 8 junior females, from across Australia.

The event once again takes place at the iconic surfing location, Bells Beach, from Friday, May 26 – Sunday, May 28.

Taking to the waves this year will be Otis Carey, Russell Molony and Summer Simon along with masters champion Robbie Page – with Page previously winning the Pipeline Masters in Hawaii the 1980s.

Find out more via the website.

Image via Surfing Australia.