All weekend at Leighton Beach we have heaps of awesome activities to keep you busy, on and off the water!


TUESDAY 10 DECEMBER: Competitor registration

WEDNESDAY 11 DECEMBER: Day one of the Course Racing & Freestyle Jam!

THURSDAY 12 DECEMBER: Day two of the Course Racing & Freestyle Jam!

FRIDAY: THE PARTY STARTS! Course racing day three & Freestyle Jam!

Aussie Beach BBQ & Open Air Cinema Night! ONE TOUCH will be screening in the Race Village, starring surf legends Joel Parkinson, Jack Freestone, Dusty Payne.

From Friday at 4pm, the Oceanics Bar and Sunset Food Market will be open, so come down and enjoy a great weekend of action and fun with the family.


The spectacular 19km Lighthouse to Leighton race will launch from Rottnest Island plus – the WAKSA Freestyle Jam competition will be taking place! We’ve got DJ NDORSE & DJ Charlie Bucket plus live music from The Brow Horn Orchestra and Sam Perry down by the beach too.

There’s family entertainers in the village from 11AM – Beach Volleyball on too!


The Kiteracing Oceanic Championship Course Racing Finals take place on Sunday, together with prize giving and some great music to keep the party atmosphere going.

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Head down to the Kombi photobooth to take a snap of your day at Kite Oceanics with your mates. You will find all the photos on our facebook page. Don’t forget to tag yourself!

LOADS MORE: Beach Volleyball, family fun, street performers and the Vintage Surf Kombi photobooth!

#KiteOceanicsWA are expecting the world’s hottest kiters to tackle the Indian Ocean! Look for European Mens Race Champ, Olly Bridge (just 16) and his superstar mum, 4x World Champ and current Women’s European Champ, Steph Bridge – also Richard Bransons kite teacher! We’ve got an awesome team of females competing – including Kitesurf Tour Europe winner Aga Grzymska.

Challenging them in the Lighthouse to Leighton will be Riccardo Leccese from Italy, currently ranked number one in the world – no doubt giving the female spectators something to cheer about! A well known face to Western Australia is French Alex Caizergues, who won the #L2L race in 2010 and remains the record holder – and this year. Local #L2L winners Jonathan Keys (2012) and Dale Stanton (2011) will be making an appearance and make the competition on the ocean fierce! Be sure to check them all out!


Kiteracing Oceanic Championships Program