Hanging ten with surfing stories
Looking for a unique way to dive into Australian surf culture with the kids this school holidays without getting your feet wet? Look no further.
Whether you’re a seasoned wave rider, a curious history buff or simply looking for a fun day out with the family, the Australian National Surfing Museum is a must-see destination and it’s located just down the road in Australia’s surfing capital: Torquay.
Discover the stories of legendary surfers who have left an indelible mark on the sport in the Australian Surfing Hall of Fame.
Relax in the theatre with an epic surfing movie or simply take in the captivating exhibits that showcase the evolution of surfing from its origins to the global phenomena it is today.
All this and more whilst the family are absorbed in our interactive displays and exploring the family friendly museum.
This is also your chance to catch the Museum’s spectacular Art of Surfing exhibition which closes to the public very soon.
The exhibition celebrates and explores the stories, work and techniques of three outstanding 1970s Australian surfboard artists.
The display features dazzling examples of their work and tells the story of how their legacy has inspired contemporary artists to carry that creative torch forward, to continue the tradition of original surf art.
Again, the kids are included in the fun with their own opportunity to design and colour their surfboard at the interactive digital design table. The Art of Surfing exhibition runs at the Australian National Surfing Museum until the end of July 2023.
Immerse yourself in the rich history of surfing with our phenomenal collection of surfboards, breathtaking film footage, iconic photography, vintage wetsuits, surfing memorabilia and much more!
Best of all, winter is the perfect time to immerse yourself in all things surfing but without getting your feet cold and wet! Grab the kids and your sense of adventure and visit today!
For more information, head to australiannationalsurfingmuseum.com.au
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