Fliteschool Manly

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Fly an electric hydrofoil surfboard across the stunning waterways of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park with Fliteschool Manly. Unlike other water sports, you don’t need wind or waves to get this adrenaline rush.

Meet your experienced instructor at Bobbin Head wharf, then take the short, 10 minute boat ride to one of the nearby bays. It’s the perfect amount of time to soak in beautiful views of Ku-ring-gai National Park from the water.

Their instructors’ goal is to get you e-foiling on your first Fliteschool Manly experience. Unlike kiteboarding, snowboarding, or surfing the learning curve is far easier. Even for those with no previous water sports experience, they can get you e-foiling whilst focusing on safety and building your confidence and skills.

Maximum group size 4 people per session or come as an individual and join a session.
Private group bookings are now available. Book a session now!

‘The best fun you will ever have on the water is now in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park’.





From $165 to $220

Experience an exhilarating adventure flying over water on an electric hydrofoil board.

Enjoy the scenic beauty and tranquillity of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park whilst flying silently around over water. Truly the most unique and amazing experience you will ever try this summer.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

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