The Byron Bay Surf Festival is a fusion of all things surfing and lifestyle. Over three days, the festival brings together a creative surfing community to celebrate surf art, photography, film, music, design, and history. We were lucky enough to be a part of the Tipi Markets and Flic spent the day with us showcasing her art and adding some magic to our Dead Kooks surfboard. It was a beautiful weekend spent among the creative energy found only in a place like Byron Bay.
We'd like to thank Mike and Vanessa for putting together such a great event and the Bayshore Bungalows for their hospitality.
Looking forward to next year!
On our way!
We got to stay at the beautiful Bayshore Bungalows, thanks for having us - we didn't want to leave!
Picked up some Asia Joe's takeout before heading to the beach for the 'Bella Vita' Film premier
Lauren Hill and Dave Rastovich introducing 'Bella Vita'
A sea of people
Finishing touches on our Tipi as the sun rises
Psychedelic logs at the Wild Things Tipi
Our friend Jimmy at Cottage Skateboards makes some pretty rad decks!
Surf literature readings under a big pandanus tree
Perfect refreshment for a hot day
Flic chatting to some Brazilian fans
Lauren stopped by for a visit
We love spotting people rocking Billabong. This is Beth - loads of fun in our Liv For Luv Skirt
Bec - High Rise Jungle dress
Tasha (gypsy_wandering) - Sienna Dress & vintage Billabong denim shirt
Flic - The Tara dress
Charlie - For The Shore beachpants
DAY 2: A must have when visiting Byron, breakfast at the Top Shop
Corona Party Wave crew!
Tom Wegener paying homage to his 80kg 16ft Olo. (The Olo is an ancient surf craft from Hawaii)
Rasta and event organiser Mike talking ancient Hawaiian wood.
This is Jiggy. His owners are very resourceful with their leg ropes.
We love Byron Bay