Historic Photographic and Surfboard Display

On the weekend of October 29 and 30, Surfing Sutherland Shire is hosting Greg Noll to celebrate 60 years since the first “Malibu” style surfboards were ridden in Australia.

Greg was a member of the American Lifeguard team that stayed at Cronulla Surf Life Club in 1956 and introduced modern surfing to Australia, at Cronulla Point.

To commemorate this very significant event , Greg will participate in several activities, including a photographic and surfboard display in the Bill Marshall OAM Ballroom of Cronulla SLSC.

This event will be held over 2 days Saturday 29th October & Sunday 30th October 2016. The exhibition will open at 9am and finish at 4pm both days and will also include a board riding display, unveiling of a history sign, meet and greet with Greg Noll and launch of the Surfrider Foundation Cronulla.

9am to 4pm – Photographic and Surfboard Display
10am to 11am – Historic sign at Cronulla Point
12 noon – Toothpick surfboard display

9am to 4pm – Photographic and Surfboard Display
12 noon – Meet and greet with Greg Noll
1pm – Launch of Surfrider Foundation

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