Born on the 25th November, 1994, Ellie-Jean has accomplished so much in her young, thriving career. 2015 was up there with one of the most exciting years yet for the stunning 21 year old, with plenty of frequent flights chasing swells and the Qualifying Series Tour around the world. The year also saw her collaboration series ‘Over The Rainbow’ come to life alongside both SurfStitch and Billabong, highlighting her unforgettable travels, dreams and journey of self-discovery when chasing a spot on World Tour. Now, with a handful of sponsors strapped firmly beneath her belt (including SurfStitch, Billabong, Dakine, Von Zipper & more), the future continues to look bright as she continues on the path in search of a spot on the world circuit, all while training hard and having fun along the way. What keeps Ellie in the water? The beautiful colours, being with her family and friends and having nothing but good times all day, every day.
Born on the 11th of January, 1996, Jackson George Coffey is no stranger to Australia’s surf scene. The 20 year old scored a bunch of standout, unforgettable sessions throughout the entire year of 2015, including pumping days at South Straddy, Kirra and even catching the big swell that hit Indonesia earlier in the year (the same swell that Craig Anderson scored Kandui’s), of which he claims he got the best wave of his life. With plans to drop an epic full feature clip sooner rather than later highlighting some huge airs and big, long barrels, , Jackson also wants to try his luck at a few Qualifying Series events to feed his hunger and decide whether the full competitive route is a path he wishes to follow. Like his older sister, he also has quite the impressive resume of sponsors including Billabong, GoPro, Von Zipper, Shapers and more, which all support him both in and out of the water. When asked what keeps him surfing every day, the reply of ‘It’s the feeling that only a surfer would know…’ was of course the answer.
Third to the throne in the Coffey family, is Holly-Daze. Now at age 17, the young surfer/model follows closely in the footsteps of her Ellie-Jean, tearing apart the local line-ups and making a strong name for herself in both action packed scenes. 2015 saw Holly travel to El Salvador with father Jason for a two week stint, experiencing and learning about new cultures, new waves and new experiences. This year also has lots in store for the up and comer, with goals already set in place to increase training in hopes of making the World Tour as soon as possible and live the dream all young female surfers strive for. Currently surfing for Von Zipper many more big names, Holly’s competitive nature, particularly with her older sister, keeps her out in the water every day, with both often surfing ‘fake’ heats against each other, helping push the limits of their surfing.