A SURFBOARD slices through bright aqua water into a barrel which goes on and on . . .
This is synonymous with Jeffreys Bay - where legendary surfing pioneers, vibrant global winners and other surf-lovers have all braved the ocean. Known as Supertubes, Jeffreys Bay’s legendary right-hand point-break wave is on all surfers’ bucket list. Regarded as one of the best in the world, the wave has perfect lines peeling off racing towards shore.
This is what the Jeffreys Bay Surf Museum embodies. It documents the history of surfing and pays tribute to pioneers that have developed the sport over time.