Northern Beaches Bodysurfers

Why not sponsor the Festival of Froth!

As a not-for-profit organisation, we rely on fundraising initiatives each year to continue hosting a bodysurfing competition at Avalon Beach on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. We call our event the “Festival of Froth” in which we try and communicate the enjoyment and excitement one experiences while engaging in our unique sport of bodysurfing. The event is open to everyone and we encourage new bodysurfers to share the stoke. Sponsorship plays a huge role in this process. 

Last year was our inaugural event and we were extremely fortunate to forge strong partnerships with many businesses in the bodysurfing community who share our passion in showcasing the sport across Australia.

We'd love it if your business would consider sponsoring us!

Save the date! 

Festival of Froth will take place 6-8 September 2024

Avalon Beach, Sydney

Click here to pre-register, and we'll let you know when registrations are open!

Pictures from the inaugural 2023 event can be found here.        Please attribute credit where due to David Molloy.


We are creating a bodysurfing event with a festival atmosphere, the first of its kind on our Northern Beaches. Celebrating Northern beaches bodysurfing history, The Garigal  land on which we play, and our surf side community arts and food culture.

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We are aiming to attract some of the best bodysurfers of the Northern Beaches and Australia to participate in the only Sydney-based International Bodysurfing Association (IBSA) world championship qualifiers.

SPOTLIGHT on Bodysurfing on our Northern Beaches to encourage wider participation

NBBS COMPETITION: a  fun competition for bodysurfers of all levels, young and old to participate.

Where: Avalon Beach, Sydney

When: September 6 - 8, 2024

Why: Promote the sport of Bodysurfing, raise money for GOTCHA4LIFE, and HAVE FUN!

Click here to PRE REGISTER!

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