Get Salte

Salte is a swim wear label from the Gold Coast, designed and created by Sharna Hupfeld, a twenty-three year old graphic designer and photo-journalist. If you think you’ve heard of Salte, then you’re probably not imagining it. The locally grown label has grown much beyond its roots, becoming a high profile attire all across Australia, and the world.

The Night Before J Bay with Adrian Buchan

We all know Ace Buchan. He’s headed for J-Bay again this year to, hopefully, make his folks proud. He’s lucked out in the past, but who can blame him? Jeffery’s Bay. Are you kidding? That place is mental. Every year I watch the epic battles that J-Bay’s offered. I’ve witnessed back-hand riders nail Supertubes, the clash of surfing titans, and the force of nature that binds it all together. However, every year, as Ace so simply puts it, there can only be one winner.

Noah Fuzi and the Mega Ramp

Noah Fuzi is one of Australia’s up-n-coming transition skaters and has now challenged new heights by taking on the mega ramps in the United States. The 18-year-old Sydney dweller, currently tackling California, has been thrashin’ the Woodward West skate park with a few of his buds.

Introducing the Ruiins

Pat and Adam moved to the Gold Coast five years ago and calling the place home mightn’t be in their vocabulary yet but the friends they’ve made, the places they’ve seen, and the experiences they’ve had has left the Gold Coast as a permanent imprint.

A Life in the Project with Andrew Gramsch

When you’re living in place like Queensland’s Gold Coast there comes an abundance of talent that goes unseen. Thankfully, we had the chance to catch up with one of the film industries rising stars. Meet Andrew Gramsch, a young producer/director behind Precis Films A.M.G. With numerous projects in the works, and one on the verge of completion, we sat down with the Man-of-a-Thousand-Ideas and learned just what it takes to work in the film industry as he shared the wisdom. Need advice? Look no further.


Us Wayfarers were invited to Trapdoor’s very first gig. What were we to expect? They were the opening band to a sold out crowd. We arrived early for a brief chat with the boys. Twenty minutes later and they’re on stage blowing minds. We have a moshpit rocking out one song deep, a cabaret of fans, new and old, and chicks’ panties flying left right and centre. Okay, the last one may have been exaggerated, but the rest was aweinspiring. If you could play a first gig then you’d want it to go exactly like that night.