Australia's Surfing Life

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Surfing Life (formerly called Australia's Surfing Life, or ASL) is a monthly magazine about surfing published in Australia. It features articles about surf trips in Australia and overseas, surfing technique, board design and wetsuits.

Surfing Life is based on the Gold Coast, and as of 2013, the editor-in-chief is Chris Binns. The online editor is Sam Norwood.

The magazine was founded in 1985 by Peter Morrison, and is the flagship publication of Morrison Media, which publishes such other magazines as Slam, Riptide, Frankie and The Smith Journal.[1]


  1. ^ Matt Warshaw (2005). The Encyclopedia of Surfing. p. 646. 

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