Keen to delve into the history of surfing? Why not learn at the world’s largest surfing museum!
Based in Torquay, The Australian National Surfing Museum is Australia’s first dedicated surfing history museum. The museum features the Australian Surfing Hall of Fame and tells the story of surfing through captivating displays and intriguing exhibitions.
Whether you’re a surfing buff or a complete novice, this museum has something is for everybody! With exhibitions frequently running, there’s always something new to learn. Currently running is The Art of Surfing exhibition, showcasing art on surfboards that captures the self-expression of surfing.
If you value culture and connection to craft, you’ll be keen to see the magnificent art pieces from various surfers. Get in quick as this exhibition finishes at the end of July!
The Australian National Surfing Museum is open 9am – 5pm, every day of the year apart from Christmas. Be sure to find a time to visit and learn about the fun, fearless and beautiful world of surfing.
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