Surfrider’s We Love Waves conference & the Thruster’s 30th party

Posted by: on November 3rd, 2010

30th Anniversary of the Thruster!
Surfrider Foundation Australia 2010 National Conference celebration
with Simon Anderson & Tim Baker

The Northern Beaches Chapter of Surfrider Foundation Australia presents the 2010 National Conference evening
celebration, The 30th Anniversary of the Thruster, at North Narrabeen SLSC on Saturday 20, November 2010 from 7-11 pm.

Following a day full of inspiring speakers such as The Greens Hon Ian Cohen, Surfing World Editor
Vaughan Blakey, The Surfing Scientist Ruben Meerman and Surfing Legend Terry Fitzgerald, the festivities
continue with a celebration of three decades of surf design genius. With the main man himself, Simon
Anderson as the guest of honour, the event will feature live music, board displays, door prizes, BBQ and

Born and raised in Collaroy – Sydney, Simon Anderson has been praised by the surfing world over for his
‘eureka moment’ of revolutionary board engineering, and after 30 years of enjoying innovation; Anderson
celebrates the Thruster with legendary surf culture journalist Tim Baker (Author of to be released in 2011
book “Thrust”) and Surfrider Foundation Australia.

Delivering a schedule filled with rare events such as the 30th Anniversary of the Thruster, the main focus
of the ‘We Love Waves’ conference is aimed to deliver perspective and promote SFA’s core values; CARE:
Conservation, Activism, Research and Education.

Through various original campaigns and projects, SFA works diligently with local and national
communities to expand their message and dedication to coastal and marine environments. The SFA
National Conference is a unique event, created for the general public’s engagement with the Foundation,
an exemplary effort unifying the goals of CARE and the dedicated individuals and volunteers behind the
heart of the foundation.

Tickets to this event will be available on the night for $10. Those attending the full conference talks series will be
granted entry.

For more info, and to register to attend the conference please see:

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