Club spotlight: North Shore Boardriders

North Shore Boardriders is one of the longest running board riding clubs in Australia, having been founded in the late 60′s by a group of Redcliffe surfers. Members at that stage made the trip on weekends to camp and surf at North Coast beaches – thus the club’s name.

Today, North Shore Boardriders boasts over 100 members ranging from grommets to veterans, participating in various club days on the Sunshine Coast, and numerous state-wide competitions across the year.

The is committed to providing a safe and friendly environment for all ages, genders and skill sets to participate in surfing competitions or just have fun with friends, surfing some of the Gold Coast’s great waves.

A former winner of the Simon Anderson Australian Club of the year award, North Shore BRC are looking forward to returning to the Gold Coast this month and taking part in the inaugural World Club Challenge at Snapper Rocks from the 19th to the 22nd of January this year.

The club in 2023 is a far cray from that which saw members camp in their cars more than half a century ago and with a strong membership base from juniors through to the veteran’s division, the clubs annual intra and inter-club schedule is strong.

Recognised nationally as a nursery for talented young surfers looking to take their surfing to the next level, the North Shore development programs have produced a host of world champions, the club also excelling at teams’ events.

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