This museum is located in the vicinity of one of the most famous surf breaks in the world. Surfing diehards will revel in the museum's collection of historical surf craft, specialised historical documents on where the art of surfing officially began and memorabilia from some of Australia's most notable surfing competitions and titles throughout the years. A true celebration of the sport of surfing for all to enjoy and known to be the world's largest surfing museum.
The 44 kilometre Surf Coast Walk commences at Point Impossible at Torquay and traverses coastal landscapes, passing through Anglesea and Aireys Inlet, ending at Fairhaven. The walk can be split into a number of distinct tracks where you can enjoy spectacular scenery from lookouts, see wildflowers, forests, cliffs, beaches, an array of native wildlife, lighthouses and the world-famous Bells Beach. Some parts of the walk are also suitable for cyclists.
This theme park based around the open-cockpit Tiger Moth plane and a recreated grass aerodrome. There is mini golf, a playground, paddle boats, canoes, picnic areas and a living museum dedicated to the aircraft.