Surfer Spring Splash Surf Competition

Calling all Wellington female surfers! All abilities welcome to have a fun and friendly surf competition on October 17th 2020.
Fabulous prizes from our wonderful local sponsors.



Kia Ora AWSA friends and whanau! AGM time has rolled around again.

Members of AWSA will receive the Zoom link to the meeting via email on Friday 5th June. If you would like to attend the AGM you can sign up to become a member via our AGM web page here.

Remember it’s now free to become a member!

AWSA are looking for new board members and ambassadors for our Regional Women’s Surf Network. The nomination form is on our website if you would like to nominate yourself and/or someone else.

We encourage you to attend the meeting with some of your fellow wahine surfers, perhaps you go for a surf before hand and discuss what you think is important to you as female surfers, any ideas that you have and what AWSA can do to support your ideas moving forward! See you all in two weeks time!

Thanks to @karenza.jane for the art

2019 Maori Surfing Nationals

Overall, this event was community centred and had a strong inclusion of wahine surfers and the importance of having women involved in the event.

Carissa Moore Scholarship Winner

We are stoked to announce the winner of the Carissa Moore Scholarship. Congratulations to Natasha Gouldsbury on being selected to travel to Hawaii and train with Carissa Moore!

Wahine Surfing Hui

In October 2018, a group of women gathered in Shipwreck Bay, Ahipara, for a hui presented byHinemoanas Table: Positive evolution of Women’s Surf Culture in Aotearoa. We came with no ideas about what outcomes may arise, but instead a desire to celebrate those who had come before us, reflect on where we are now, and be open to what a positive evolution of womens surf culture in Aotearoa might look like.