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Different strokes for different folks

When transferring from the pool to open water, there are some slight variations you can make to your swimming stroke when waves, wind chop and swimmer wash make the water surface bumpier.

The tortoise and the hare

This well-known fable is a great reminder to ocean swimmers of all ages, that there’s more to swimming through the surf than speed.

The great wetsuit debate

Do you only swim ‘newd’, or are you impartial to a bit of rubber? This question is at the heart of the annual wetsuit debate between ocean swimming traditionalists and the modern day ocean swimmer.

Are you going insane in the surf?

Doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result is the definition of insanity, so are you guilty of this when you’re ocean swimming?

Take a swim on the wild side

Wild swimming is a great way to enjoy your favourite activity in nature, learn what it’s all about and how to get involved.

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Beneath the waves by Bondi Mermaids

The Bondi Mermaids are a group of the Sydney community that want to highlight that there are no ‘passive use’ marine areas in the eastern suburbs of Sydney.

Learn how to survive rip currents

Rip currents are our beaches hidden danger and they are responsible for the majority of beach drownings. Learn how to spot, avoid and survive a rip current.

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