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The Mornington Peninsula is in Victoria, Australia and is commonly known as the East Coast. We have rocky point breaks in Westernport Bay that work when the swell is up and powerful ocean beach breaks from Cape Schanck to Portsea that are on, when the swell is smaller.

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Last Updated 05/06/05



This is my then14 year old daughter Kiah, 'Surf-Dreaming'.


Local Surfboard Makers

There are a number of excellent surfboard-makers in this region. The links below take you to profiles on the owners and in some cases, pictures of their boards. See what their views on design are, what is their favourite drink, food, board, career highlight, TV show, film and surfing location on the Peninsula.

Triggers have shops at Frankston, Chelsea, Sorrento and Pt Leo

Bean is at Rye, Tootgarook and McCrae

Friedman is at Cape Schanck, but his boards are everywhere

Xboards, Grace and Pierce are at Rye

Company Contact Phone
BEAN Bruce Fewings 5985 5860
FRIEDMAN FLYERS Steve Friedman 5988 6487
GRACE Phil Grace 5985 7227
PIERCE Mick Pierce 5985 7227
TRIGGER Paul and Phil Trigger 5989 8402
XBOARDS Clyde Laird 5985 2950
WILD THING Neil Brewster 5977 5051
Local Surfing

Local junior Skeeta Derham getting a nice little barrel at a beach near here in 2003. Skeeta is sponsored by Ozmosis, Billabong, Smiths and Boost.

Local Breaks

Nice little right wrapping around at XXX



Surf Links

Daily surf news Surf News from around the world.


Local Surfing Clubs


Local Surfing Related Industries

Balin - known around Australia for their excellent leg-ropes and surfing accessories. Ian Brett and John Wilson are the men to speak to. 03 5989 0520.

East Coast Surf School - Prue Latchford (2002 Australian Masters Champion, 3rd in the World Master's Games in NZ) details on www.triggerbros.com.au

Peninsula Surf School - Phil Pemberthy
ph: 5988 6143


Clean Ocean Foundation

This organisation is working extremely hard to protect our environment and to make a change. Remember that it takes 'people power' to force the Government and the Public Departments (Water Board and the EPA) to act.

Everyone write to Martin Dixon our Local Minister, the E.P.A. and the Melbourne Water and report anything you see or smell that is offensive to you while you are at the beach. See all of the contact details below.


I welcome contributions, enquiries and comments. 

Steve Hubbard

Keep surfing forever!

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