Surf Movie Night Fundraiser

The Fishery Bay Surfriders and Lower Eyre Coastcare invite you to join us for an evening of surf and community. Immerse yourself in the surf on the big screen and dream big ideas.

We want to bring our surfing, ocean lovin, beach combing, earth warriors together, build our community, share stories of our connection to the natural world and how we can all be part of caring for it, together.  This is the first of a series of community events we have in the “pipeline” for this year which we hope will inspire you to take positive hands-on action to care for our amazing coastline of Eyre Peninsula.
Our first film offering is the documentary ‘Surfing to Survive’, which shows the inspiring story of surfer and surf coach Karin Ochsner and talks about her disability and how the ocean helps her to survive in the face of severe health challenges.

Our feature film is The Church of the Open Sky from award winning independent Australian filmmaker Nathan Oldfield, creator of Lines From A Poem, Seaworthy, The Heart & The Sea and Gathering.  Shot on location in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Sri Lanka.



Feb 22 2024


Soup and Bread/Snack bar open from 5.30pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Adults $20 Students $15 Children under 10 $5

More Info

Read More