Ocean Grove Learn to Surf Ocean Grove learn to surf, daily surf lessons and surf hire

Bellarine Peninsula learn to surf

Ocean Grove Learn to Surf

Ocean Grove learn to surf is one of the most popular beach destinations for all on the Bellarine Peninsula, due to its beautiful long beaches and plenty of car parking. This is a great location for learn to surf for beginners and also for those who have more experience. Conditions are ideal for surfing lessons or surf hire with beautiful clean water, a safe beach with gentle rolling waves, and a headland to provide shelter from the strong South Westerly winds. Ocean Grove beach is one of the best beaches for learn to surf in Australia.

Ocean Grove Learn to Surf

Easy, safe waves to learn to surf on

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our surf school specializes in daily, beginner surfing lessons. Group and private surfing lessons are also available on request. Surfing lessons are run in waist deep water, and as a result we are able to keep it safe for beginners. Ocean Grove learn to surf is run by Go Ride A Wave, Australia’’s favourite surf school which began in 1987.

We have a mobile operation and we operate every day over our peak period. Our trailer is next to the boat ramp that leads to the beach, on the beach side of the new toilet facilities. We meet for lessons at least 10 minutes before the start time. This will allow time to complete some paperwork and select the correct size wetsuit and pick out the right size surf board.

Our hours and operation

Ocean Grove learn to surf  run surfing lessons everyday. (Minimum numbers do apply). We run a mobile operation, so we will only be available for hire during the times we have lessons going. Surf hire is available every day during the Christmas school holidays except Christmas Day and New Years Day. We have a full range of soft surfboards “Gboards“, we also have body boards and wetsuits available for hire too.

Surfgroms

Go Ride A Wave provides regular surfgroms programs to teach young children between 5 and 12 how to surf. For more information, see our surfgroms page or visit www.surfgroms.com 

How to get there

Coming from Geelong via Barwon Heads, as you enter Ocean Grove via the Barwon Heads bridge, turn right into Surf Beach Road. You’ll see the main beach carpark on the right hand side, 200 metres past the Surf Life Saving Club you will find our trailer (near the toilet block).

Ocean Grove is very accessible by personal transport or public transport. There is a regular bus service leaving Geelong daily, and Geelong is easily reached from Melbourne via Vline trains. Trains leave every hour.

Why work when you can Go Ride a Wave!

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