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Tracks Magazine: Surf Australia’s Best Beaches With All Paid Storefronts, Work Your Dream Job Just Two Weeks A Month


Finding the perfect wave in sacred breaks is the lifeblood of Australian surfing culture. Now young gromets have the opportunity to be paid for it.

Australian surf magazine Tracks is offering Gen Zs a part-time job to appear on a reality TV show and surf the country’s best breaks for $50,000 a year.

The show will feature three Australians aged 18-25 traveling across the country living in a converted bus to promote Australia as a ‘surfing mecca for tourists’.

Successful candidates will join the Wanderlust team when filming begins in September.

The show is part of Tracks’ expansion into video production, which began as a magazine in the 1970s and helped shape Australia’s rich surf culture.

The program will share the same countercultural dream that the magazine has maintained for decades.

A new reality TV show is giving young Australians the chance to travel across the country and surf the country’s best holidays for $50,000. Pictured are candidates Bronte Gooch and Ethan Eshuys

«We’ll foot the bill for pretty much everything as you travel the coast to big surf events and music festivals, eat and drink in the best pubs and great local restaurants, and capture everything in between,» says Tracks Editor-in-Chief Luke Kennedy.

According to publisher Peter Strain, Gen Zs are questioning their place in society and looking for a way out of the typical 9-5 work grind.

«Questioning societal norms is as important to Gen Z youth today as it was to surfers living on the fringes of society in October 1970 when Tracks first hit the newsstands,» said Strain.

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«This is the DNA of our magazine.

‘The Vietnam War polarized society and falling out of society and surfing was seen as the ultimate ‘F You’ to mainstream Australia.

‘Kids today don’t want to listen to boomer bosses telling them how to live their lives – they want to surf and our new motion picture platform and content filmed on Tracks Wanderlust Bus will show just that.’

Tracks is the world’s most prolific surf magazine and the second longest running Australian magazine after Australian Women’s Weekly.

Australian surfing icon and Tracks ambassador Wayne ‘Rabbit’ Bartholomew said the opportunity was akin to landing the cover of a famous magazine.

«Landing on the cover of Tracks has been the ultimate dream for any professional surfer, so I’m thrilled that three young grommets will have the chance to experience the same feeling with the revival of the magazine,» he said.

The program, run by Australian surf magazine Tracks, spends two weeks each month filming on the Wanderlust Bus (pictured) to promote Australia as the

The program, run by Australian surf magazine Tracks, spends two weeks each month filming on the Wanderlust Bus (pictured) to promote Australia as the «Mecca of Surfing».

Two 21-year-olds from Bondi, where Tracks is based, have already thrown their hat in the ring for the chance to be involved in the show.

Bronte Gooch, who teaches amateur surfing at Bondi Beach, said she would relish the chance to do what she loves for a living.

«This incredible opportunity to travel around Australia, surf the best waves and share my journey on social media and reality TV would be sick,» Ms Gooch said.

“Not only will I be able to explore hidden gems and surf spots, but I also hope to inspire more people to fall in love with surfing.

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«The chance to live freely, document everything and promote the amazing Australian surf culture would be super cool.»

Musician Ethan Eshuys was also excited to have the chance to combine his «two greatest passions» in this job.

«Surfing during the day and playing in the local pubs at night is a killer combination,» he said.

“This job would allow me to connect with other surfers, enjoy the best waves and expand my music career by exploring new places.

«Plus, promoting Australia as the best surfing destination on a reality TV show is an amazing bonus!»

The magazine is looking for Australians aged 18-25 who are camera-savvy and social media savvy.  It is open to surfers of any level

The magazine is looking for Australians aged 18-25 who are camera-savvy and social media savvy. It is open to surfers of any level

The pair will face stiff competition for the gig, even with a Gen Z swarm already putting their hand up to start filming in September.

Tracks will assess a candidate’s on-camera and social media skills, but is open to all levels of surfers – even amateurs.

This reality show is set to spark a revolution for Tracks as they are about to branch out into video production.

Award-winning producer and executive director of Perpetual Entertainment Greg Quail has joined forces with the magazine to create his own production studio.

The studio will help generate content for tracks to fill a dedicated 24/7 streaming channel.

It will be available on all devices and will feature «non-stop surf, skate, music and lifestyle … all for free,» Mr Quail said.

The company will also give fans the chance to become investors in Tracks Media «for as little as $250» through crowdfunding to help fund the brand’s expansion.

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To sign up, visit the Tracks website.

Passionate surfers Ethan Eshuys (left) and Bronte Gooch (right) have already put their hands up for their once-in-a-lifetime role

Passionate surfers Ethan Eshuys (left) and Bronte Gooch (right) have already put their hands up for their once-in-a-lifetime role



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