Day 2 of the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles continues with great conditions at Bells Beach

Bells Beach, VIC/AUS (Saturday 27th May, 2017): Great conditions continued at Bells Beach for day two of the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles with all semi finalists decided going into day three of the event.


Great 3ft waves greeted competitors with a marathon day of Longboard, Masters and Open heats.


Surfing in six separate heats, local surfer Anthony Hume (Mt Duneed, VIC) progressed through to the Semi-Finals in both Longboard and Masters.


“There was some great waves out there today” said Hume.


“This event is a great way to catch up with everyone from around the country and go for a surf.”


“It’s definitely a lot more relaxed than your standard competition.”


Other surfers progressing through to the finals day include Tom Avery (Lismore, NSW), Robbie Page (Kempsey, NSW), Russel Molony (Shelley Beach, NSW), and Otis Carey (Coffs Harbour, NSW).


All finals will be run tomorrow with an expected swell increase and offshore winds.


Competition will begin at 8:00am with the Masters Men Semi-Finals in the water first.


Heat draws and schedules can be found online at


The Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles is presented by HeadSox, VicHealth, The Victorian Government and the Australian Government National Landcare Program and supported by Surfing Australia, Surfing Victoria, Corangamite Catchment Management Authority, Play it Safe by the Water, Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Wathaurong Aboriginal Cooperative, Telstra, ONABAC, VACSAL, ESA, and the Hurley High Performance Centre.