Photo by Bob Weeks
The Kurranulla Wahines (A women's only surfing club) was formed in the mid 1960s (Sydney) to give ‘girl surfers a sense of belonging and confidence in the surf…which the boys treated as their domain’. Denise Hoogendoourn (now Faunce) remembered the surfer boys of mid 60s Cronulla as being pretty tough on the girls… ‘they didn’t give us much opportunity and thought of us as a bit of a joke’. The Kurranulla Wahines wore board shorts and home made bikinis in yellow club colours and competed against the Manly Femlins and girl members of the Manly Pacific Board Riders, before winding up around 1968.
Please feel free to contact us if you have specific size and printing requirements for your artwork. We more often than not are able to meet most needs.
Below are our generic printing sizes.
All of our unframed photos come expertly packaged and rolled in a tube.
|Small||Unframed||30cm x 21cm||$150.00|
|Small||Framed||30cm x 21cm, (w'frame -60cm x 51cm)||$295.00|
|Medium||Unframed||44cm x 28cm||$220.00|
|Medium||Framed||44cm x 28cm, (w'frame -72cm x 60cm)||$395.00|
|Large||Unframed||90cm x 60cm||$450.00|
|Large||Framed||90cm x 60cm||$650.00|
|Wallpaper||Contact us for a quote|
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