Australian National Surfing Museum, Torquay, Victoria, Australia


What can I do on this virtual tour?

Using Google's Streetview technology, you're able to tour the facility and see a lot of the older, cool surfing boards. Due to the lack of particularly high resolution, you can't read every exhibit, but you there are some that are readable. If you're a fan of surfing, this one is for you.

Want to know more?

The Australian National surfing Museum opened its doors in December 1993. Australia’s first dedicated surfing history museum was soon recognized by the International Surfing Association as “A place of surfing significance”. The ANSM is the largest museum of its kind anywhere in the world and is the only accredited surfing museum. The museum is dedicated to telling the story of Australian surfing through permanent displays and temporary exhibitions and is also the home of the Australian Surfing Hall of Fame which recognizes significant Australian surfers and the contributions they have made to industry, sport and culture.


Where is it located?

Australian National Surfing Museum, Torquay, Victoria, Australia

'Want to know more?' paragraph: Text from

Ben Jenkins

I'm Ben, the creator of VirtualTrs. I put together a list of virtual tours for my children during the lockdown of 2020. The list grew so big that I created VirtualTrs to share it with everyone else.


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