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Double Barrel screenings selling out on the Australian East Coast

Following two sell out premieres on the Australian East Coast, Double Barrel is returning to Byron Bay again by popular demand, showing at the Patagonia Byron Bay Store on Friday March 18th.

This very special night will feature a double film night with Alison's Adventures Maldives, where Discovery Channel's Naked and Afraid star Alison Teal returns to the Maldives to document the forbidden 'Trash Island'.

The event is FREE but Numbers are strictly limited, and attendance is RSVP only, to

The second screening comes off the back of two sellout premieres at Stone and Wood Brewery and Surf World Gold Coast, where the film was shared alongside a special Peruvian delegation cultural tour, with three Peruvian surfing world champions and the Peruvian Ambassador in attendance. A traditional reed boat was on presentation after being the first of its kind to be built on Aussie shores with reeds imported from Peru, and surfed from Bondi to Noosa as part of the cultural tour.

Save the Waves Coalition boss Nick was also in attendance, and congratulated us on a great film. After having just inducted the Gold Coast into the World Surfing Reserve program, we encourage the team at Save the Waves to consider Lobitos in the near future!


Double Barrel Film Tour Dates Announced

Double Barrel Film Tour Dates Announced

We are very proud to announce the completion of our first documentary film, Double Barrel.

Current confirmed dates for the premiere tour are as follows:

23 January: Global Premiere, El Dragon Del Sur, Punta Hermosa, Peru. In conjunction with Matisyahu's 10 year anniversary tour.

27th February: Australian Premiere, Stone and Wood Brewery, Byron Bay. Ticket information available soon.

We have some very exciting news and more dates coming in the following week. Keep checking the Double Barrel Website for more information and official tour dates.

Check out the official Double Barrel Trailer below.

Sharks - are we missing the point?

Sharks - are we missing the point?

Last Tuesday’s attack at Lighthouse Beach, better known by locals as North Wall, tips us upwards of a dozen shark attacks along a 20-kilometre stretch of coast since February. Call it perception or what you will, but that’s a bloody high number of attacks...