• Jeffreys Bay
    Kouga Municipality creates indigenous garden

    Kouga Municipality has gone indigenous to celebrate the arrival of Spring. The garden at the municipality’s Jeffreys Bay headquarters received a facelift last week Wednesday and now boasts an array of endemic plants such as spekboom, clivias, dietes, euphorbias and succulents. Executive Mayor Elza van Lingen said the make-over reflected the changes taking place in […]

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    Supertubes penguins collect tons of rubbish

    One cannot miss the Supertubes Surfing Foundation’s penguins when driving down da Gama Road in Jeffreys Bay. They have become a feature in the Supertubes Park and play an intergral part of the town’s recycling efforts. The Recycling Penguins swallowed 9 619 kg of material for the month of January 2016 alone. That is all […]

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    Supertubes Foundation – protecting our beaches for 15 years

    15 years ago, the JBU surf club invited the other surf clubs in Jeffreys Bay to form the Supertubes Surfing Foundation, ostensibly to maintain the beaches and to protect the dunes. In the early years, 4 tons of glass and piles of litter were removed from the beaches. Prior to the RDP houses being built […]

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    Major Archaeological site discovered in the Supertubes Park

    The Supertubes Park is home to a big shell midden that could prove Jeffreys Bay was home to pastoralists from around the first century BC. The exciting discovery was made in the Supertubes Park in 2009. Water Wise/ Coast Care had removed invasive vegetation and had cut down the non indigenous trees on the western […]

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    Supertubes toilets vandalised

    The toilets at the Supertubes Park were vandalised over the weekend and are yet again unusable by the public. This is despite the sterling efforts of the Supertubes Surfing Foundation (SSF) who have tried their utmost best to keep the Supertubes Park as well as the toilets in as good as condition as possible. The […]

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    Hurley SA Champs starts today in JBay

    Anticipation is building amongst the country’s top young surfers as they prepare for the 2013 Hurley SA Junior Champs which gets underway in the world renowned waves of Jeffreys Bay today. The team and individual national titles at stake, the chance to represent the country on the international stage and swell models predicting that the […]

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    JBU presents the Jeffreys Bay Winter Fest

    A back to core surf contest at Supers, a mountain bike event through the farms of the Kouga, a downhill skate event in the streets of Jeffreys Bay, an extreme swim in the sub 15 degree water of Marina Martinique (no wetsuits allowed), a trail run through the Kabeljous Nature Reserve, an urban rumble, the […]

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    Surf Clubs and Police patrol the JBay beachfront

    The Jeffreys Bay Police and the surf community joined forces last week when they patrolled the Supertubes Park as well as the Lower Point car park area. This pro active approach can go a long way in ensuring lower criminal activity in JBay, especially the Wavecrest area. The Supertubes Park is in a much better […]

  • Supertubes Foundation looks after our beaches

    In 1999 the Supertubes Park in da Gama road had become a no go zone. Long gone where the days when surfers from JBay and all over the world could change in the public bathroom in the Park and go for a surf, leaving their clothes and car keys behind in the knowledge everything would […]

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