Darryl Menzies

Darryl Menzies
Wave of the Day: Lest We Forget
Darryl Menzies
Wave of the Day: Lest we forget
Darryl Menzies
Wave of the Day: Howie, under the hammer somewhere south of Sydney
Darryl Menzies
Wave of the Day: Sam McIntosh inside Kurnell's divine curves
Darryl Menzies
Wave of the Day: Wylie Fowler coloured up at Cronulla Point

Sydney Transit

As I type many of the world's best surfers are winging their way toward Fiji. Parko, Mick, Slater, Dorian,  Anthony Walsh, Mick Freeman (who?). All of them chasing a south swell that formed in the Southern Ocean late last week.

Sydney Transit

As I type many of the world's best surfers are winging their way toward Fiji. Parko, Mick, Slater, Dorian,  Anthony Walsh, Mick Freeman (who?). All of them chasing a south swell that formed in the Southern Ocean late last week.

Powered Up

Ronny 'Skull' Hill drops the throttle during a motorised surf session at North Cronulla yesterday. With the advent of motorised surfboards and their movement into the marketplace, will this become a more regular sight on our beaches?

Progress, eh?

Photos Darryl Menzies.

Powered Up

Ronny 'Skull' Hill drops the throttle during a motorised surf session at North Cronulla yesterday. With the advent of motorised surfboards and their movement into the marketplace, will this become a more regular sight on our beaches?

Progress, eh?

Photos Darryl Menzies.

Lunch hour at Cronulla

If you're on the East Coast and near a south swell magnet today you might've seen some energy arise out of an otherwise listless sea. For two hours a long range south swell broke under W/NW winds with few takers. Down at Cronulla Matt Griggs was Johnny-on-the-spot (as always), and Grant Muir and Rojet blitzed their :PCC mini-Simmons while the swell lasted.

All photos by Darryl Menzies

Lunch hour at Cronulla

If you're on the East Coast and near a south swell magnet today you might've seen some energy arise out of an otherwise listless sea. For two hours a long range south swell broke under W/NW winds with few takers. Down at Cronulla Matt Griggs was Johnny-on-the-spot (as always), and Grant Muir and Rojet blitzed their :PCC mini-Simmons while the swell lasted.

All photos by Darryl Menzies

Cronulla

As we've said elsewhere on Swellnet, not everywhere pumped during the last round of east and sou-east swells on the East Coast. Lotta people put in the effort yet came up empty-handed. The Cronulla reefs are ususally dependable and once again they didn't disappoint. Long as you were prepared to hold out for the tide, jump when the window of good winds opened, and then, most importantly, face off the rock ledge, you could get yourself in the mix.

Cronulla

As we've said elsewhere on Swellnet, not everywhere pumped during the last round of east and sou-east swells on the East Coast. Lotta people put in the effort yet came up empty-handed. The Cronulla reefs are ususally dependable and once again they didn't disappoint. Long as you were prepared to hold out for the tide, jump when the window of good winds opened, and then, most importantly, face off the rock ledge, you could get yourself in the mix.