Exclusive footage of some of the world’s most extreme waves spearheads the major Wipe Out exhibition at the Australian National Surfing Museum. The unmissable scenes have been commissioned from leading Australian surf moviemakers Jack McCoy and Tim Bonython, who have compiled the ‘surfing gone wrong’ moments.
The family-friendly exhibition features various activities including life size Wipe Out snakes and ladders for youngsters, and an opportunity to put yourself in a wipe out situation.
As well as the exhibition, the Australian National Surfing Museum features more than a century of surfing history in Australia. Displays include films, more than 150 surfboards, stunning photographs, unique surf art, vintage surf clothing, wetsuits, movie posters, games, books, and competition trophies.
The museum is open every day (excluding Christmas Day) from 9:00am to 5:00pm, with the Wipe Out exhibition closing in November.
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