Australian Surfing Hall of Fame

The Hall Of Fame sits at the heart of the museum, presenting the most significant figures and greatest champions from Australia’s surfing past, via unique replicas of boards ridden by each of these outstanding surfers and a biography detailing highlights from their wave-riding lives.

WHAT THEY’RE SAYING

  • review rating 5  What a gem in Torquay! Great place to learn about the history of the Sport, showcasing how the surfboard design evolved over the years. They have few kids activities - balance the surfboard, decorate chalk surfboards, kinetic sand pits and a cool green-screen photo booth. Definitely worth checking out on a cold day!

    thumb Piotr Rochala
    7/16/2018

    review rating 5  Always worth a visit while in Torquay. It really helps to understand how surfing is really entrenched in the Australian culture and history, especially in this specific region.

    thumb Marco Celon
    3/03/2020

    review rating 5  Love this museum! Small but everyrhing about australian surfing you can find here!!!

    thumb Frances Salazar
    4/11/2021
  • review rating 5  Not that into surfing but the museum is really interesting and clearly thoughtfully curated.

    thumb Joel Evans
    1/13/2020

    review rating 5  Awesome display. So many memories from years past. Recommend highly

    thumb Geoff Smith
    3/05/2020

    review rating 5  Love this museum! Small but everything about australian surfing you can find here!!! wnjoyed watching the surf board maker too!

    thumb Frances Salazar
    5/15/2021

Australian National Surfing Museum

77 Beach Rd
Torquay VIC 3228
Australia

OPENING HOURS

9am – 5pm
7 days a week
364 days a year
(Closed Christmas Day)

ADMISSION

Adult $12,
Student/Pensioner Concession $8
Child (aged 16 and under) $8
Family $25.

PLEASE NOTE: General admission prices are for self-guided tours with no time limit.

Group Discounts
Please see Education / Group Tours for details.

CONTACT DETAILS

03 5261 4606
ansm@surfcoast.vic.gov.au
77 Beach Road
Torquay Victoria 3228