Surfers Paradise Learn to Surf Surfers Paradise learn to surf, daily surf lessons and surf hire

Shop Address: Shop 189, Paradise Centre, Cavill Mall, Surfers Paradise

Surfers Paradise Learn to Surf

Surfers Paradise learn to surf is a must for any visitor to the Gold Coast. Conditions at Surfers Paradise learn to surf are ideal for surf lessons and surf hire with warm water, patrolled beaches, and one of Australia’s most iconic surf destinations. Our surf school specialises in daily beginner surf lessons. Group and private lessons are available on request. We conduct almost all our surfing lessons in waist deep water, to keep it safe for beginners. Surfers Paradise learn to surf is run by Go Ride A Wave – Australia’s favourite surf school, established in 1987.

Surfers Paradise is the one of the most popular holiday destinations in Australia. It is where you’ll find the city and beach lifestyles combine. It has a spectacular skyline and brilliant stretch of coast. We run lessons everyday at 10am and 2pm.

Our shop is across the road from the famous Surfers paradise sign at the beach end of Cavill Mall. This location is one of busiest tourist destinations in Australia. The beautiful beaches, perfect weather and warm water, makes Surfers Paradise learn to surf the best place to begin your surfing journey. We also offer lessons at Broadbeach.

We have a range of hard, NSP surfboards for intermediate surfers, and soft beginner boards (GBoards),  available for hire. Go Ride a Wave Surfers Paradise is the only shop that offers surf lessons on the Gold Coast. Our surf school is open 7 days a week all year round. We are members of Surfing Queensland Surf Schools.

How to get there

Only 1 hour’s drive south from Brisbane CBD and 45minutes north of Byron Bay. You will easily find our Surfers Paradise learn to surf shop opposite the famous “Surfers Paradise Sign” at the beach end of Cavill Mall.

Greyhound bus services operate daily from Brisbane and Byron Bay. Local buses and light rail also run regularly.

Why work when you can Go Ride a Wave!

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