Podcast - What the Surf?!

What the Surf?! is a new audio podcast from Surf Life Saving NSW. It is a half-hour interview-based program hosted by some of Surf Life Saving’s most passionate and knowledgeable volunteers and staff members.

Keep up-to-date with what’s happening in Surf Life Saving as our hosts bring you all the latest stories, news and events from our 129 surf clubs along the NSW coastline and some stories from beyond the beach as well.

Every month we speak to passionate volunteer surf lifesavers who are working hard to protect the public on our coastal waterways. We celebrate their successes and bring you their remarkable stories of courage, dedication and achievement.

Your Hosts

Jess Collins lives in the Hunter region and is an up-and-coming surf sports commentator and surf sports aficionado.

Sean Hendry lives on the NSW South Coast and works with NSW surf clubs and members.

Harold Marshall is Director of Surf Sports at Umina Beach SLSC, the 2019 Club of the Year, on the Central Coast.

How Do I Listen to What the Surf?!

You can access What the Surf?! through your favourite podcast app on your smartphone or tablet, via the Whooska website or on our iHeart Radio channel. It’s easy to tune in.

When can I listen to a new program?

We record a new What the Surf?! program each month for your listening pleasure. Make sure you tap the ‘subscribe’ button on your favourite podcast app so you don’t miss an episode. 

Contact What the Surf?!

You can contact the What the Surf?! Team at podcast@surflifesaving.com.au. Send us your feedback and story ideas. If you’ve got a story to tell, an event that needs promoting or a topic you’d like us to cover, we’d love to hear from you!

What the Surf?! has been produced and developed with the assistance of the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS). We’d particularly like to thank Renelle Mower, Patrick Doran and Greg Monaghan.

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Contact What the Surf?!

If you’ve got a story to tell, an event that needs promoting or a topic you’d like us to cover, we’d love to hear from you!