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Cronulla Surf Museum

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About Us

Welcome to the Cronulla Surf Museum.

The aim of this site is to document the history of surfboard riding at Cronulla Beach. From the early days through the 70′s 80′s,90′s and beyond.

We will take a look back at the Surfers, influential characters, comps, clubs, plus classic days and memorable highlights over the past decades. The site will be updated regularily and any contributions are welcome.

 

Chris Stroh

Started shooting photos in the early 70′s after buying a Nikonos 2 camera. Inspired by local photographers Dave Shaw, Greg Button and Steve Cores magazine called “Surf”.

In the early days he shot The Point and Shark Island but after buying a Century 650 lens his focused moved up to the action on the beaches as well.
By the mid 80′s he was full time pro and freelance photographer for Tracks, Surfing Life, Waves, Surfing Magazine, Slam and later on Underground Surf. Today he still shoots whenever the waves are going off but mostly for fun.

 

Craig Stroh

A former Australian Schoolboy surfing champion, Craig gave up competing to focus on surf photography around the early 90′s.

He was responsible for the movies Addiction, 2230 and is currently about to release the much anticipated follow up DVD called “2″ featuring Cronulla waves and surfers only. Craig has had photos published in Tracks, Waves, Surfing Life and Underground Surf Magazine.

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