I highly recommend it to anyone interested in surfing history! The staff explained everyone carefully, it was kind and beautiful. You can see many replicas of Duke Kahanamoku boards, wooden surfboards without fins and the first man-made boards. I want to go again.
In addition to Bell Beach on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, this magical place also has everything: if you really want to discover the essence of surfing in the area, then this trip will not be missed. Over the years, I have visited Surf World many times. I am an avid surfer and love the history of this sport. New items are always displayed, but it does not matter because I really like to look at some of the same items again and again.
Getting the grooveApart from Bell''s Beach on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, this magical place has it all: if you are truly wish to discover the essence of surfing in this area this is a visit not to be missed.
One of the most beautiful and comfortable beaches in the world, with convenient food and lodging, superior environment and good public security, meeting people with different needs, blue sky and white clouds, blue waters, wide and comfortable beaches, worth visiting many times
This is the first museum with the theme of surfing. There are no tickets in the museum, but you need to donate 10 Australian dollars to enter the museum, so it is not. It records the origin and rise of surfing culture throughout the Gold Coast region and the world, and continues to this day. There are many precious collections. It is recommended for surfers not to miss it!