One Ocean Film Tour
Honu is proud to be sponsoring the One Ocean Film tour this year, which will debut in cinemas and online on World Ocean's Day from 8 June 2021.
In recognition of our ocean-loving community, one ticket holder in Australia and the USA will be selected to win a Honu SUP package. We look forward to sharing this spectacular visual journey with you!
Honu Paddleboards USA
It's Official, our Salt Lake City warehouse is now open and waiting for our first shipment of Honu boards, paddles, and accessories.
The team has been working on this for a little over a year and now have everything in place and ready. Warehouse, office and repair centre are all setup and ready to rock!
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Road Tripping - Port Noarlunga South Australia
Port Noarlunga beach is popular with tourists and residents with safe swimming areas. Depending on conditions, you can get a glassy clear day where you will cruise over the reef seeing straight through to the bottom, or you might catch some clean peeling waves straight past the jetty all the way to shore.
No Planet B: How Honu is reducing plastic landfill
While we know it’s difficult to think about environmental disaster in the midst of a global pandemic, the good news is that there are things we can start doing now to address issues created by plastic landfill. At Honu, our approach to minimising plastic waste is to try to reduce unnecessary plastic packaging and to ensure the products we have that do use plastic are made to be as long-lasting as possible.
We support the Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network
Honu is proud to be a supporter of the Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network. Seed is Australia’s first Indigenous youth-led climate network. They are building a movement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people for climate justice with the Australian Youth Climate Coalition. Their vision is for a just and sustainable future with strong cultures and communities, powered by renewable energy.
Easy Ways to Reduce Your Environmental Impact at the Beach
If there's one thing Aussie's love, it's spending time at the beach. However, so many people going to the beach can present numerous hazards for the ocean and marine life. It is critical that we all take steps to minimise our impact when we head out to surf, paddle-board, swim or just relax in the sand.
The Impact of Climate Change on Surf, Paddle-Boarding & Our Marine Environment
As ocean lovers, we've all heard about the growing threat of climate change. This ongoing shift in the world's climate will continue to have an effect on surf patterns and ocean life in the coming decades, so it is essential to understand what these impacts are. Here's what you need to know.