Go Ride A Wave is Australia’s largest and most professional learn to surf organisation. Enjoy a 2 hour surf lesson for beginners every day at several locations along the Gold Coast including Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach and Kirra near Coolangatta. There is also a Stand Up Paddle (SUP) and Kayak Lesson and Hire location at Palm Beach on Currumbin Creek. They can get you started and standing up in no time at all, and offer lesson packages to help you progress quickly.
The Go Ride a Wave Shop is located at the beach end of Cavill Mall in the heart of Surfers Paradise. With the beautiful beaches, perfect weather, warm water, why wouldn’t you want to come and learn to surf on the Gold Coast.
You will learn with confidence in a safe and supportive environment with fully qualified surfing instructors and surf life savers who provide everything you need to make it easy to get started including soft foam surfboards, a long sleeved rash shirt or wetsuit and two hours of instruction and fun.
You cannot visit the Gold Coast or Surfers Paradise without doing a surfing lesson or surf hire with Go Ride A Wave.
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From $65 to $75
Go Ride a Wave surf lessons include a rash shirt or wetsuit, soft Malibu surfboard and two hours instruction from qualified surf lifesavers who know the beach and water safety better then anyone else. We meet at our shop at the beach end of Cavill Avenue at least 10 minutes before the lesson and provide the right size rashie and surfboard then walk across the road to the beach to begin the lesson. We run the lessons in waist deep water and catch small broken white water waves to make it easy for beginners. Most people get to stand up in their first lesson.
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