Famed and framed
SCOTT Dillon from his Leg- ends Surf Museum and ace board-shaper Dennis Anderson are now both located at the Coffs Harbour surf museum, expanded to include shark at- tack memorabilia. Due to a popular interest in the present exhibits espe- cially by bus-loads of interna- tionals on popular five day learn-to-surf tours. Scott Dillon recently spoke with Coffs Harbour diving legend Wally Gibbins. It transpired Scott had
been an active pioneer spear- fisherman five years before a younger Wally began, making Scott Dillon a true living leg- end of the sea. Scott Dillon's career in- cludes Olympic-standard box- ing, speedway car racing, surfboard manufacturing and commercial diving in Alaska. Location of his Legends Surf Museum is 200 meters off Pacific Highway, 7km north of Park Beach Plaza. A $5 admission includes a personalised tour by Scott Dil-
lon. It is open every day, ex- cept when the surf is good and a sign on the gate will read 'Closed - Gone Surfing.' n The Quiksilver Australian Surf Movie Festival presented by Tracks is heading into its third major season. Event director Tim Bony- thon has organised a record number of shows, with 40 screenings in South Australia, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia and New South Wales in December, 2004.