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9 Best Surfboard Shops in Melbourne | Man of Many

Update your surfboard quiver with the huge range of boards at Zak Surfboards. You’ll also find all the latest surf wear, accessories and apparel, or can even make the most of their repair shop and extensive surfing expertise. From surfboard racks to bags to wetsuits to fin systems and plugs, you’ll find everything in this surfing superstore – plus you can book yourself in for a surfboard studio course to learn from the pros. A local swears this epic store easily tops the list of best surfboard shops in Melbourne. The blokes who run it are classic old school Vicco surfers who you’re bound to become best mates with.

1. Zak Surfboards

Trigger Bros stock Channel Islands, JS and their own Trigger Bros boards, as well as catering for custom orders with just a few weeks turnaround. The Trigger Brothers have been riding boards since 1965 so you can be sure they have expert advice and lay claim to being one of the best surfboard stores in Melbourne. To top of off their boards are team-rider tested and pro-recommended.

2. Trigger Bros Surfboards

Since 1969 Island Surfboards has been passionate about producing, preserving and teaching surf culture. What started out as two surfers making boards for their mates has grown to become a massive community staple and one of the best surfboard shops in Melbourne. They have a massive range of premium custom made surfboards, apparel, accessories and a highly experienced team of shapers, finishers, riders and surf coaches. Plus Island Surfboards incorporates a surf school and your most reliable surf report for Phillip Island.

3. Island Surfboards

Tonik provides a unique boutique experience in the surfing world, stocking fashion forward clothing and premium surf hardware and surfboards in Melbourne. They present the best of the edgy brands and make sure you always look and feel great in and out of the water.

4. Tonik Newtown

You may be correct in noticing that many of these stores aren’t technically in Melbourne. But let’s be fair, neither is Victoria’s best surf. So you better get used to driving the small distance to these stunning beaches anyway. Anglesea Surf Centre is Australia’s premier secondhand surfboard dealer. They have over 150 secondhand boards in store now, all of which still maintain absolute top quality, just with a lower price tag. So if you want to try out a new style or invest in your first surfboard in Melbourne, this is the perfect way to quickly expand your collection.

5. Anglesea Surf Centre

For a real deal traditional surf shop in coastal Victoria, you can’t go past Bells Beach Surf Shop. They have a great range of Melbourne surfboards and surfing accessories as well as a massive wetsuit collection, eclectic surf wear and used surfboards. The staff are this locally-owned store are passionate surfers themselves so you will get the most honest and expert advice around.

6. Bells Beach Surf Shop

There is no lie when the word emporium is used here. Surf Dive n Ski has a huge range of wetsuits, rash vests, softboards, bodyboards and SOFTECH surfboards. Located right in the city, this is the best surfboard shop in Melbourne CBD for a quick look at stocking up equipment for all your weekend activities.

7. Surf Dive n Ski Emporium

When it comes to their aim of servicing the Melbourne area with a massive range of wetsuits, surfboards, bodyboards, foam surfboards and accessories – The Surf Factory do a mighty fine job. With top quality brands like RYDER, Ocean & Earth, FCS and Creatures, a visit to Bayswater for one of the best surfboard shops in Melbourne will be well worth your while.

8. The Surf Factory

Surf Shops Australia has everything you will need to get in the water, regardless of the season. They’ve got heaps of boards, fins, accessories, wetsuits and surf and beach gear plus plenty of Melbourne surfboards to get you ready for a successful surf trip. From carbon wrap Lost surfboards to a DHD twin fin plus repair kits, tail pads, FC stretch longboard covers and everything in between. You can shop and order everything online or give them a call at the Torquay HQ to get some more specific advice.

9. Surf Shops Australia

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