World Surfboard Championships, Manly Beach

Regular price $80.00
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Spectators pictured in a Ford Zephyr ute on the final day of the World Surfboard Championships at Manly Beach in Sydney's north on 17 May 1964. A crowd of 60,000 gathered on Manly Beach to watch Phyllis O'Donnell and Midget Farrelly become the first world surfing champions. The event was recognised by competing countries as being the first official world surfboard title. Photographed by Frank Burke for The Sydney Morning Herald in 1964.

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Available in two sizes. The 500-piece puzzle (40.3cm x 50.7cm) is a popular, challenging puzzle while the 1,000-piece puzzle (50.2cm x 76cm) has similar-size pieces and provides hours of entertainment. Made in Australia using locally sourced materials by Puzzles Australia.

Production can take up to one week.

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