Apr 14

WIN! Surf Is Free And So Is This Quiver

Here at Smorgasboarder we don’t believe in doing things by halves. The very definition of a smorgasboarder is someone who rides all kinds of surf craft. 

So why would we give away one surfboard? Giving away one measly surfboard goes against the grain of smorgasboarding and everything we are, so we’re going one better, two better in fact and giving our readers the chance to win a quiver. That’s right, three boards – a fish, a shortboard and a gun and it’s all thanks to Stephen Halpin of Shapes by Steve O. 

So how do you enter? 

This is a game of chance. All you need to do is two things to be in with a chance to win: 

1. Signup to the Smorgasboarder newsletter.

Go to our website smorgasboarder.com.au and click on the Newsletter Sign Me Up link and enter your email details 

2. Go to our Smorgasboarder Instagram page: 

a. Follow our Smorgasboarder Instagram page 

b. Like the WIN A QUIVER COMP post 

c. Share it on your Instagram page 

d. Tag Smorgasboarder on your shared post 

It’s that simple. 


The boards you are in the running to win are from Stephen’s HempTech range – super lightweight, strong and as eco-friendly as you can get. 

Fish: 5’10” x 22 ½ x 2 ½” fish 

Shortboard: 6’0” x 19 ¼ x 2 3/8” 

Gin: 7’0” x 21 x 2 ½” 

Things you need to know… 

We’ll pick a winner on Wednesday 31st May 2023 so you have plenty of time to enter. We will share a link in our Smorgasboarder Instagram bio to announce the winner along with an update to our WIN A QUIVER COMP post. This competition is open to our wonderful Smorgasboarder readers throughout Australia and New Zealand, and it will be the winner’s responsibility to collect their prize from Shapes by Steve O at Shed 30, 133 Quanda Road, Coolum, QLD. 

Shapes by Steve o 

Hemp Tech is a new eco-friendly board range created by Stephen Haplin, the founder of Shapes by Steve O based in Coolum Beach on the Sunshine Coast. As someone with a penchant for hydrodynamics and sustainable shaping methods, Stephen uses recycled wood, sustainably grown timber and other eco-friendly materials wherever possible to create his innovative selection of boards.