Krambach Classic

"The Krambach Classic started in 2012 as a memorial event for Brad Bending, who took his own life. Each year we reach more men, giving them an opportunity to take a short break from their day-to-day lives. "


Surf for the fallen. Be part of the sun-up early surf or just join in on the fun at the beach with some new friends.


Take your pick from a selection of sensational food - whole lamb and pig cooked on the spit, Brazilian BBQ, peking duck pancakes are just a few things to choose from.


Can't get enough of live music? Krambach Classic invites a mix of bands and musicians to play each year.


Two ball Ambrose with a shotgun start. There are prizes, guest speakers and plenty of food provided through the day.

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The Krambach Classic uses donations to support organisations like Lifeline combat Mental health issues.

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Lifeline Northern Beaches (LLNB) has been serving Sydney’s Northern Beaches area for over 50 years.

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A weekend away with your mates to talk of all the things that men wouldn't normally talk of. It gives us all a chance to share and pull together to really get behind what matters most, suicide prevention Thank you, Spilo

Bradley Spillane

The Krambach Classic is a weekend not too be missed. A small event that started out to celebrate a close mates life, lost to a dark demon which is out there ruining a lot of lives Depression!! This event has grown year by year to festival like proportions where we can getaway from the big smoke , catch up

Mathew Planton

This weekend means so much to me. A weekend away that began as a few mates getting together to remember the loss of a close friend and brother that has now grown to become an event of epic proportions that is the first entry in my diary each year. A weekend that provides us with an outlet, a release

Cameron Dixon

What can I say I came to Sydney knowing 2 people. Started work and met one of best blokes blokes you could meet who seems to be the unofficial Mayor of Cromer called Ben Carpo. Through Ben I met this farmer/ plumber/ VISIONARY called Wez Bending who has this small slightly unorthodox farm in Bunyah. I had

Andrew Lee