Dark Lineage Chapter III: Shane Herring, Nicky Wood & Chris Davidson

The Bad-Boys of Australian Surfing and Why they Self-Destruct. To access this post, you must purchase ANNUAL DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION, MONTHLY...

Laura Enever: Lust For Life

There isn’t much Laura won’t take on. To access this post, you must purchase ANNUAL DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION, MONTHLY PREMIUM SUBSCRIPTION,...

Dean Wilmot: Infinite Wonder

Why Dean Wilmot is still answering the call of Hawaii. To access this post, you must purchase ANNUAL DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION,...

Bone Deep At Skeleton Bay

Two mates from Oz give an honest account of a strike mission to Namibia’s miracle left. To access this post,...

The Free Ride Generation

Mark Richards, Rabbit Bartholomew, Shaun Tomson and Peter Townend turn back the clock. To access this post, you must purchase...


A desert tale of pickle-cakes, cliff-top birthdays and outrageous barrels

G-Land devotees, the ghosts of Alas Purwo and an undercover cop looking for salvation.

A collection of stories, surf-escapades and soirees take us on a vivid journey from Australia’s arid mining settings to the Mentawais, and quite literally everywhere in-between.

Tracks Co-owner, Dave Mulham, likes to roam but typically combines his travels with an altruistic dimension

The crew from FCD in the US were recently in Oz to spread the message about their commitment to building high quality surfboards that last longer.

Tony Edwards wanted to be a painter but Captain Goodvibes had other ideas.

The Bad-Boys of Australian Surfing and Why They Self-Destruct. This issue: Bobby Brown, Kevin Brennan and Keith Paul.

Seeking Arcadia on Portugal’s Algarve coast.

A bittersweet finale to a pro-surfing romance.

John Ogden returns to Bali's Bukit Peninsular 40 years after his last visit and finds things have changed a little.

Matt George’s stories are like spears of light illuminating the disparate experiences of a surfing life.

Shaun Tomson Revisits A Golden Era On The North Shore.


Browse and read classic Tracks issues from the 70s, 80s, 90s & 00s.



Grab the popcorn, crack a cold one and choose from a collection of Tracks’ classic films.