Celebrating the Brotherhood of Surfing. Open to all members and non-members, their families, friends, associates and supporters. This will be a one-off, never to be repeated WindanSea Surf Club Reunion covering the eras from 1963 to 2017.
WindanSea Reunion 2017 at Currumbin RSL Soundlounge on Thursday 2nd March 2017 from 6.30pm until 11.30pm.
The $25 cover charge includes a complimentary beverage on arrival, delicious finger food, speeches, legends awards, certificates for original members, a wall of memorabilia, evolution of surfboards, movies and music.
WindanSea Reunion Ticket - $25
WindanSea Reunion Ticket with WindanSea Reunion 2017 T-Shirt & Traditional Badge - $50
WindanSea Reunion 2017 T-Shirt & Traditional Badge - $25
Traditional Badge only - $10
There will be a follow-up Beach/Surf Luncheon Day on Friday 3rd March from 8.00am at the Dune Cafe, Palm Beach Parklands, Lacey's Lane, Palm Beach/Currumbin on the inside of Currumbin Alley.
Purchase your ticket/s below, so we can properly prepare for what will be an awesome unforgettable experience!
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WindanSea Surf Club was established in San Diego in 1963, being the first truly Global Invitational Club with branches in Mexico, Hawaii, Tahiti, New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa.
There are layers upon layers of stories here from some of the most legendary surfers on the planet and I'm pleased to announce that a few of the old Australian members have banded together to organize a WindanSea Reunion on Thursday 2nd March, 2017 at Currumbin RSL with a beach and surf day to follow on Friday 3rd March.
Former Bondi Junior President Rick Teodo recently paid a visit to original Australian President Max Bowman to talkabout a much overdue reunion. Rick known as the Tornado was keen to see recognition of what Max & co had started in Bondi back in 1965.
Some of the Gold Coast members like Tony Dempsey and Rick Neilsen had spoken about a GC reunion and now, the Tornado has lit the fuse to ignite all original members, surviving Family members, friends and associates all over Australia to regroup again for one last time.
WindanSea was given the mantra, "the Brotherhood of Surfing."
The bonding of members far and wide embodied the sixties and seventies era, invoking a team spirit that made you proud to be a member. Although the intense cultural and diverse changes from 65 to 75 inevitably accounted for the Clubs demise. That is, apart from San Diego and the sole surviving Australian branch at Caloundra.
In the words of former GC President Darrel Eastlake will be "HUGE".