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10-January-2015
10-January-2015

Photographs supplied by Sandra Brown
The "Surf and Wave" Sculpture was created in 1988 as a Bicentenary Project to commemorate Australia's Bicentenary. The sculpture is a tribute to lifesavers from 3 Manly beaches who have carried out more than 41,000 rescues up until 1988. 

Location

Address:Marine Parade , Walkway between Manly Surf Club & Cabbage Tree Bay , Manly, 2095
State:NSW
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -33.799693
Long: 151.292309
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Sculpture
Monument Theme:Landscape
Sub-Theme:Settlement
Approx. Event Start Date:1788
Approx. Event End Date:1988
Monument Designer:Cliff Axelson (Designer & Sculptor) Assisted by Art & Design Students, Seaforth College of TAFE

Dedication

Approx. Monument Dedication Date:1988
Inscription in Proximity

                          Australia 
                        1788-1988

This "Shell and Wave" Sculpture " Is a Tribute to the Surf lifesavers from 3 Manly Beaches who have carried out 41,000 surf rescues to date" 
         designed and created by  
         Cliff Axelson - Sculptor 
assisted by 1988 students of Art and Design  
Seaforth College of Technical and Further Education 
as a Bicentennial Project to commemorate the  
     Nation's Bicentenary in 1988.
                    Funded by  
The NSW TAFE Special Bicentennial projects fund. 

Source: MA
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