New online wind and
weather indicator commenced trailing.
From 20 December
2004 you can have a preference for things to come. Straightforward tap on the
connection above and see what we, with help of Telstra Country Wide and a view
different supporters have accomplished. We plan to get the climate station
completely operational toward the start of January as is needs tuning.
Nationals In Geraldton, WA 25-30 Jan 2005
It is official, The
Geraldton Windsurf Club together with the West Australian Kite Association is
hosting the National Kite Championships at Point Moore.
(updated 19 Aug)
Spot (SPOT X) again under threat!!
You may have perused it in the paper, some industry team are talking the
capability of a remote ocean harbor up at our most loved windsurf spot. With a
specific end goal to have a say in this and battle for industry Inland, we
require your help!!
1. Go to this evening for an exceptional windsurf meeting at Dennis her
place, Stout Street in Beachlands. For more data call Denis on 99652023.
2. In the event that you can not go to, download our enrollment frame, and
demonstrate your help
Social Night at the G-spot Sat. 25th Sept
sausages and the latest gear. That is the menu of our openings social night at
the GBH. We have some special footage not to be missed. Download
our membership form or complete one at the GBH. See yah out there...
(updated 3 Sep)
update for some, being overseas...an invitation if in town.
A meeting is on Friday 20th Aug. at 6:30pm for all kiters at the
Geraldton Surf Life Saving Club.
This meeting is a nuts and bolts meeting to divvy up duties now leading
up to the Geraldton Blast and the National Titles.
Officially, the Geraldton Blast is the WA State Titles, from which
kiters will be chosen to represent WA in the Nationals also to be held
at Pt Moore.
(updated 19 Aug)
2004 Coming up (windsurf and kiting)
Crowning ceremonies, Point Moore or Sunset... Where is the Blast going to be?
After long talk we at last concurred: The Geraldton
Blast 2004 will be at Point Moore on 21 and 22 November 2004. It will be greater
than at any other time with a tremendous Hawaiian Party at the GBH. The goals
are to get the Island pioneer again for the wave cruising segment, yet this time
it will be a gathering watercraft. At a cost yet to be talked about you will get
a comprehensive day on the vessel so continue checking this website page for the
most recent. Ps.. restricted spots will be accessible so enroll your enthusiasm
by calling Mick on 08-99653552
or contact Gavin on
for the kite component
(updated 19 Aug)
G-Spot on the Move
A few people relax
amid our winter season. A touch of surf, a touch of family time and the odd
winter front cruising. Be that as it may, not Tim, of the G-spot. He is been
caught up with moving the G-spot to another area and it is at long last wrapped
up. Get a review at: 242A Lester Avenue. The G-spot is open from Tuesday till
Saturday from 10 till 5 however the official opening is toward the finish of
September. For more data call Tim @ 99655577.
(updated 19 Aug)
Season for Geraldton Locals
It is authentic, 4 neighborhood sailers have demonstrated their essence in
the WA State positioning of the Western Australian Wave Sailing titles.
Jego Stone, our forthcoming neighborhood shredder won the Lancelin Video
Expression Session in December 2003 (Could not get the grin of Mark Stone,
Eric Brokken came next in the WA beginners titles while Micheal Khain and
Mick Steffan move toward becoming 3 and fourth in the Elite.
Well done, folks, anticipating the following season..
competition, don't talk about it......... Claim it!!
(updated 15 May)
In reaction on the
good response of Michael Kain's new video" Half Way Up Left Hand Side" we
are now happy to introduce the GWC photo competition. This is a member
competition only and has five categories:
Windsurf Wave, Windsurf Jump, Kite Wave, Kite Jump and overall best photo
of the year.
There are strict
guidelines to enter and the best photo's will win a price and will get a copy of
the winning photo in poster format. Check all details
GWC End of Season
Party at the GBH (updated
The end of the
season bash was a huge success. More than 50 wind and kite surfers attended and
the party lasted till the deep hours of the night (nightclub). Check out the
New Local Video
release coming up. (updated
At our end of the
season party we enjoyed a preview of Michael Kain new video of the last season
03/04. This video called "Half Way Up Left Hand Side" features some good waves
at Sun Set, Gnaraloo and a number of secret spots. The footage is
available on DVD and VHS and set you back only " $20 AUS". For more information
call Michael Khane on 0061 8 99381173 or E-mail Michael at
firstname.lastname@example.org. To view footage of this movie
GWC and Cadets Corp
purchase a Windsurf Starting Kit (updated
Thanks to a number
of sponsors we now have a new weapon to harness the potential in Geraldton. A
new Starboard Start is purchased to give the youth of Geraldton a chance to get
of the cough and enjoy the seabreezes. More info will be available shortly.
PWA HOOKIPA is
getting perfect conditions
(updated 5 April)
The PWA Hawaii
Pro � Presented By Severne Sails-
32 year old Australian wave sensation, Jason Polakow (JP, Neil Pryde) has
stormed to victory at the PWA Hawaii Pro presented by Severne sails in epic six
to eight feet down the line conditions. After fighting his way through tough
heats against... more...
Huge Swell hit the
coast of WA Again! (updated 30
Keep in mind the
swell from 15 February? (look down underneath to invigorate your memory) Well it
is back. Subsequent to going around the word for around a month and a half it is
pounding the shoreline of WA. Swell floats are demonstrating 4.5 meter and Point
Moore is pole and a split!!! Furthermore, this with idealize Side Off conditions
wants input from GWC to manage coastline.
(updated 30 March)
Last Tuesday we had
a meeting with the Northern Agricultural Catchment Council to discuss how the
Federal Government can manage the coastline of the Midwest Better.
Some of the
suggestions put on table from the members of the GWC and Long Board Association
Windsurfing Club and Emergency Services Cadet Corps join forces!! Part 2
(updated 30 March)
Last Saturday 27
March, Gavin Hirschausen, Heike Hess, Mike Francis and Mick Steffan headed for
Dongara where the Emergency Services Cadets Corp kids where waiting for some
water sport action. Thanks to Tim from the G-spot, who made a Starboard Start
available we Read
Party 1 May 2004
Our annual get
together to talk about the past summer is coming again. This time at the GBH. We
will have live music from a band special formed for this occasion starring: Tim
Carr, Saul Rauben and Jessica Scott. Add in your dairy: 1 May at 7.30pm,
it's a kids friendly party and we will show you some video footage from some of
the best swells this summer. Oh and by the way, complete
our membership form and sign up for next years membership!!
2004 (updated 10 March)
Da action is
After two years of
excellent conditions and the addition of Kite surfing to the Blast, we have
decided to hold this year's event at Coronation Beach on 20th and 21st of
assistance of WWA we are intending to host the following disciplines:
Course race, slalom, wave and super 8
Freestyle and Waves
Subject to approval
of the Shire of Chapman, who is doing an excellent job making Coronations Wind
and Kite friendly, we are looking to host an open air party Saturday night.
Geraldton Windsurfing Club and Emergency Services Cadet Corps join forces!!
(updated 10 March)
After the accomplishment of a years ago Geraldton Blast and the help of the
Emergency Cadets, we are glad to display a joint venture that means to allow the
adolescent of Geraldton to take in more about windsurfing and kiting and our way
of life while solidifying their water security skills. More data will be
accessible without further ado.
Plug 'n Play, the latest windsurf action on VHS or DVD (updated
Plug'n Play, the latest windsurf VHS and DVD has
arrived in Geraldton. Ready for some hot windsurf action including Goiters,
double forwards, air tacks and big backloops. Asks your local shop for a copy.
It is well worth the price!!! or click here to order your copy
now. For more windsurf and kite video's click
Chapman Valley and Geraldton Windsurf Club sign up for another $30,000 to
upgrade the facilities at Coronations.
(updated 10 March)
Another board stroll to appreciate the hot activity of the windsurf and kite
group and additionally new toilets are being work at Coronations. Together with
the new shade shields, Corro's is presently family windsurf and kite spot number
1 of Geraldton. Furthermore, it would seem that Geraldton city is getting on the
fleeting trend as well!! Two new date palms where planted fourteen days back at
Point Moore and the auto stop is at last being done.
You are only cool
if you play it safe! (updated 10
Unfortunately we had some visitors in Geraldton lately who did not leave a
very well impression.
Without naming persons, or point to wind or kite surfers, it is important to
make sure that you do know the local Geraldton rules in relation
to wind and kite surfing if you visit our beaches as they are different than in
other parts of Australia or World (where some beaches are closed for windsurfing
and or kiting)
If you have any doubt, click on
to check if you know them or contact Gavin for Kiting (0427 922 206) or Mick
(0429 644941) for Windsurfing.
Windsurfing moves (updated 10
Learn how to bust that new move or try our moves of the season " the Goiter,
the Wave 360 and the Crazy Pete" Simply download your trick from the internet,
play it till you can dream it and get out there.
Huge Swell hit the coast of WA
15 February 2004, D-day for the big swell lovers, forecast showed a huge SWW
swell with a wave period of 15 seconds and hight of more than 20 foot.. Quite
unique for a February swell and we are looking forward to see this swell again
in about 5-6 weeks time, perhaps even bigger!! Share your stories and photo's
about this swell, click here to add your story or call Mick
(99653552) to request his E-mail.
Halve Moon reef, epic wave sailing at our latest Abrolhos trip.
(1 Feb 04)
The last trip of this season was a ripper, Nicely timed with the opening of
the Baldchin Groper fishing season there were some epic conditions to be had (up
to 35 knots and mast high waves). This while Margaret's wave riding buoy only
showed an 1.8 meter swell. Read some of our experiences.
Moby Dick Goes Boom!!!
We received this from one of our members, a whale that left a bit of a
Weather links & more (updated Feb 04)
Links to current and historical weather, wind and swell data. Want some detailed
information on the weather in our region, try these links.