About Us

We design and manufacture a variety of surf racks for short boards, long boards, SUPs, and boogie boards. We also customise racks for different combinations and sizes. We have been making surf racks since 2016 on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, but now we also have a Sydney warehouse servicing the Northern Beaches to Nowra. Our surfboard racks are made of pinewood (recycled/reclaimed and sustainably grown), black powder-coated steel rods (not flimsy dowel), thick foam tubing, and eva foam matting (for maximum protection). The result is a gorgeous lightweight and durable rack that you will absolutely love! Just ask our thousands of satisfied customers. When you place your order online you can choose from a variety of finishes (raw, white, black, clear varnished, and dark varnished) and accessories (bungie cord and castor wheels). We fully assemble the racks for local pickup (Peregian Springs) or delivery (Tewantin -Noosa - Peregian Beach - Coolum - Warana - Mooloolaba - Caloundra - and everywhere in between). However, if you live outside of these areas, we will post the racks in a recycled cardboard flat pack via courier. We post Australia wide Mon - Fri including WA and Tasmania.

Delivery Info

At checkout choose from pickup, local delivery, or courier. For surf racks which are 7 board or smaller (less than 121cm long), the shipping rate is $28 per rack. Racks which are 8 board or larger than 120cm long, the shipping rate is $37 per rack. Shipping to regional areas within Australia is calculated at checkout. All our racks are made to order so it takes 1 to 7 days to make.

Assembly Instructions

How to assemble a surf rack from a flat pack


We have two locations : Sydney Warehouse in Chullora, NSW and Sunshine Coast, Peregian Springs, QLD.
Pick Up Locations
* Sydney Warehouse Chullora, NSW * Bondi. NSW * Sunshine Coast, Peregian Springs, QLD
Get directions
Sunshine Coast QLD contact Richard on 0402835324 and in Sydney, contact Frank on 0490006463
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