Was quite surprised at how much I enjoyed looking through the museum. We came late in the day and bargained our way in. Not a great one for the kids, but thoroughly enjoyable for the adults. A great way to see some of Australia's iconic history.
Surf World explains it all. Plenty of historical surf boards and paraphernalia. Also a few other items related to surf culture, such as a ukulele display. There is also a video on Kelly Slater. Spent around an hour looking around at the different board sizes and shapes. Not a surfer but found it all quite interesting. The staff were very... 更多
Staffed by ocean going volunteers, this is a fantastic attraction for everyone, surfer or not. Much of our history is based around the sea and Surf World really captures the surfing side brilliantly. There's one of the best collections of historical surf craft on the planet on display, along with in-depth explanations of each. Frequent talks, movies and event nights... 更多
If you're into surfing and would like a sample of the surf culture, stop here. There are lots of boards to view as you wander through and take in some surf history.
A vast collection of surf n beach culture. The guys n girls (all volunteers) have regular events .....movies, music, meet... 更多
As a surf journalist I love surf history. This place exhibits amazing historic boards and equipment. But unfortunately the staff... 更多
My wife and I really enjoyed taking a stroll around the exhibits at the museum. There are plenty of large... 更多