Video: Jetsport Australia Restocks For Coming Summer Season


Yeah, you read that right “summer” because those residing in the Southern Hemisphere are just starting to enjoy the rising temperatures that come from this time of the year, while we in the Northern Hemisphere are preparing to winterize our boats and weather through a depressing few months of not riding (or at least as much as we’d like to).

Jetsport Australia, the largest reseller of personal watercraft parts in the world, recently shared a pretty impressive video but one that may require a little explanation. The massive 40-foot container showed at the beginning of the video has already been unloaded three-quarters of the way when we first see it, as Jetsports employees have been busily unloaded, categorizing and restocking their shelves prior to filming.


Pallets of new crankshafts, pump rebuild kits, props, gaskets and much, much more came flooding into to Jetsports’ warehouse preparing the retailer for what is promised to be a very active season. The container marked a special occasion as it was the single-largest order ever placed by an Australian company and sets the tone for the rest of the market.

As a specialist in premium WSM aftermarket powersport parts, engines and accessories, and the premier Australian distributor for WSM Performance Parts, Jetsport stocks everything you’ll need for all brands and models of PWC. And if you’re looking to ramp up the performance of your machine, Jetsport Australia is also an authorized online dealer for Riva Racing, the industry’s biggest manufacturer of class-leading performance parts as well as the top OEM part supplier in the world.

And remember, Jetsport Australia is Australia’s number one source for used and reconditioned parts with over 1000 dismantled PWC to choose from. So don’t fret if you’re in need of anything to keep your PWC on the water, Jetsport Australia is just a phone call or email away.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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