Surfing legends, old guys, gals, tandem surfers and even dogs make Noosa Main Beach their home for the festival. Some refer to it “8 days of pure stoke”, “a party on the beach” and “a celebration of the spirit of surfing”, but no matter what you call it, the Noosa Festival of Surf holds a special spot in the hearts of surfers and locals alike.
30th Anniversary Beach Party
Noosa Festival of Surfing is marking the momentous occasion in a big way - with an Anniversary Beach Party! Bring your best party shirt, your pluggers and your mates for a party like no other - right on Noosa Main Beach!
Tickets are all-inclusive with a canape menu from our friends at the Ohana Group and Phresh Oysters and a drinks menu including a range from the lads at Heads of Noosa.
Chris Peel Photography Exhibition
Head to the Noosa Surf Museum at 3 Hilton Terrace, Noosaville where you'll be treated to Noosa Festival of Surf's inaugural Surf Film and Photography Night. Get a sneek peak behind the lens and into the world of surf photography and renowned surf photographer Chris Peel.
Our friends at the Noosa Surf Museum are showcasing the feature film Surfing to Survive, which follows the life of Karin Oschner. Karen's will to overcome hyper allergic relations through surfing and healthy choices is an inspiring story. The night also features a short film by Dr Bronners as well as a guest appearance from 7 times World Champion, Layne Beachley.
For the first time ever, Noosa Woods will come alive for the Noosa Festival of Surf, where Chiggy's Skate Fest will be! Running skateboarding lessons, demos and free-skate sessions on a professionally built portable ramp by Ashley Wild.
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