Surf Cult exhibition opening a great success!
The opening of our new Surf Cult exhibition on Friday 29 November went very smoothly; the evening had a definite laid back surfie vibe with no long or boring speeches. Aunty Elizabeth Smith welcomed us to Yaegl country and Deb Novak, the curator expressed her gratitude for the generous contributions of all, including the hard work of Bob and Marea Buist in setting up the displays. Everyone enjoyed the wine and delicious nibbles laid on by members of the Society and took the time to carefully examine the colourful items on display which range from historical photos and classic surfing movies, to bikinis and surfboards.
You may have missed out on seeing the 1960′s surf-wagon and caravan that was only on display at the opening and Saturday 30 Nov, but there is still time to experience the multimedia surfie vibe on display in this exhibition – it will be open most days until Monday 3rd February for just $5 per adult, with free entry for accompanied children. This modest fee includes entry to the rest of the museum which now includes a special Kid’s Deck. See you there!