From 1978 to mid 2000’s Aloha Surfboards were the preferred choice for Australia’s elite surfers.

During this time in surfing history Sydney was the epicentre of Australia’s professional surfing talent pool with more world champions per capita than any region globally.

The Aloha Surfboard factory under the direction of Greg Clough was located in Brookvale on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.

During this period Aloha was perfectly placed at the centre of arguably the most successful two decades in Australia's professional surfing history. World champions Barton Lynch, Pam Burridge and Damien Hardman were at the cornerstone of the Aloha team and paved the way for the next generation of Aloha team riders Luke Egan, Brett Warner, Beau Emerton, Nathan Hedge, Chris Davidson, Mark Mathews, Dayyan Neve and Richie Lovett.


Longboard – from 8’6 to 9’6 the Fun Division Longboard has all the elements of traditional longboards and modern features with an emphasis on just catching a wave, big or small, and riding it to the beach, turning, walking and nose-riding. High volume equals loads of fun all day every day!”

Jonno Cole



    8’6 22 3/8 2 7/8 63.65
    9’1 22 3/4 3 72.89
    9’6 23 1/4 3 1/4 84.33