The Margaret River Pro 2019
27 May 2019 @ 7:30 am - 9 June 2019 @ 5:00 pmFree
The Margaret River Pro forms part of the World Surf League (WSL) World Championship Tour (WCT), where the top ranked 34 male and top ranked 16 female surfers compete over a 12-day period. This is one of eleven WCT events globally, which occur at iconic destinations including Australia, Indonesia, Brazil, South Africa, North America, French Polynesia, Europe and Hawaii. A key change in the 2019 CT calendar is the breakup for the three-event Australia leg with a break following the Gold Coast and Bells Beach events before recommencing with the Bali event and returning to Margaret River as the fourth stop of the season.
“Margaret River has been a key stop on the CT for several seasons now and we had the unique and unfortunate circumstance of having to cancel this season’s event due to aggressive shark activity in the area,” Kieren Perrow, WSL Commissioner, said. “Working with our surfers, event partners and the local community, we’ve moved the dates of the Margaret River event later in the year to improve the pacing of the season as well as ensure the best chance for world-class conditions at all breaks.”
Full tour dates are available on the WSL website.
What it means for you…. You gotta be a part of the action – so book your accommodation, grab some mates, and head down to Surfers Point, Prevelly to watch the best surfers in the world battle it out.
Watch the action unfold!
The 2019 Margaret River Pro is a free spectator event, open to all ages.
When it becomes available, we’ll post the official event guide for essential event information such as free park and ride shuttle services, event site map and all the other awesome gigs, surf workshops and exhibitions happening across the region as part of this iconic event.
To find out if heats are ON, OFF, ON HOLD during the course of the event, please follow Surfing WA on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. You can also catch the action live on big screen in Ruether Park, Margaret River (town).
- Surfing WA