Ride the Wave is a Surf, Skate and Music Festival held annually in the picturesque coastal regional town of Port Macquarie, NSW. Ride the Sound Wave is a Music festival event held within Ride the Wave. Our plan is to expand the event from a 3-day event to a six-day to be a bigger and better event scheduled for 17-19 June & 24-26 June 2022.

The festival is designed to support and strengthen youth culture and regional tourism by driving greater visitation to our regional town. The festival includes a Surfing and Skateboard competition across a six-day format that will now expand from 120 competitors in 2021 to over 300 competitors in 2022

This listing was updated on 01/12/2021 by Make a Difference PMQ INC. Port Macquarie-Hastings Council accepts no liability for inaccuracies or errors in the above listing.

Overview

  • Created with Sketch.
    Friday 17th Jun 22 - Sunday 26th Jun 22
    Annual event
  • Created with Sketch.
    7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
  • Created with Sketch.
    Town Beach
    Albany Place, Port Macquarie, New South Wales, 2444
  • Created with Sketch.
    0431 519 342
  • Created with Sketch.
    [email protected]
  • Created with Sketch.
    madpmq.com.au
  • Created with Sketch. Created with Sketch.
  • Created with Sketch.
    Actively welcomes people with access needs.
Get the latest

Subscribe to our newsletter for all the local updates.

COVID-19 Update

We are welcoming visitors to our region. Please check and comply with the NSW Public Health Orders when planning your trip. In particular, if you are unwell and/or need to isolate, please do not travel until the risk has passed and any relevant restrictions have lifted. *Please note* Pre-bookings for attractions and eateries are advisable, as advertised opening hours may change due to COVID impacts. Thank you for helping to keep our community COVIDsafe.

Urgent Comboyne Road Closure: The Comboyne Road has been closed due to road damage. A detour via Lorne Road is in place. Bayabarra is accessible via Oxley Highway. The access road to the top of North Brother Mountain is also currently closed due to damage.