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ASB MAGAZINE: After 45 years in the Byron region, McTavish Surfboards today announced it has opened a new retail store in the heart of Byron Bay. The McTavish Outpost opened Thursday November 15th in a heritage cottage at 29 Fletcher Street, Byron Bay.
“We’re excited to finally have a presence down-town. Our McTavish Outpost will stock a range of McTavish Surfboards – all handmade in Byron Bay, as well as McTavish clothing, accessories, gifts and art prints. We’ll also have an exclusive range of surfboards available to hire. Once we settle in we will also be holding exhibitions and events in the gallery part of the Outpost” McTavish CEO Ben Wallace says.
McTavish founder, Bob McTavish said “I’m stoked we now have a high street store on the groovier side of town. Now you can buy or rent a beautiful handmade board just two blocks from the beach!”
The McTavish Outpost is open 7 days a week:
10am – 6pm Monday to Friday
9am – 5pm Saturday & Sunday
Read Ben Wallace full interview HERE

Photos by Hunter Thomson