Noosa Surfing Exhibitions
TWO FANTASTIC EXHIBITIONS ON NOW IN NOOSA.
WAVES AND WATER AND 25 YEARS OF PURE STOKE EXHIBITIONS
• When: Now until Sunday 1 May 2016
• Where: Noosa Regional Gallery, Riverside, Pelican Street, Tewantin
• Time: Tues-Friday 10am to 4pm; Sat-Sun 10am to 3pm
• Price: Free admission
• Phone: 07 5329 6145
Noosa Regional Gallery overlooking the Noosa River, just minutes away from Villa Aqua Noosa has two fabulous exhibitions on display from now until the 1st May 2016. Don’t miss out. These great iconic surfing images and memorabilia are second to none.
Noosa Festival of Surfing Jubilee exhibition 25 Years of Pure Stoke: celebrates the world’s largest longboard surfing event, held in Noosa each March, which attracts surfers from 15 years to the seasoned over 70s. The exhibition features photographs, film, trophies, surfboards and memorabilia.
Waves and Water – A travelling exhibition of Australian beach photography has 35 iconic photographs from seven leading Australian photographers. These images cover Australian beach culture from the 1930s to today. The photographs from the Australian National Maritime Museum include Max Dupain’s legendary image, The Sunbaker, Ray Leighton’s surfers posed with their longboards, images from Jeff Carter’s 1960s surfing safari, and Roger Scott’s “critical moment” photographs, taken as an individual catches a wave or dives into the ocean.
Both exhibitions continue until Sunday 1 May
Look for our specials on the Villa Aqua Noosa website and take advantage of spectacular weather and lots of things to do and see in a relaxed and comfortable setting.