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Where are the best places to surfboard in Australia?

2022-08-05 15:59:14

Bahmer Road Beach, Sydney


At the peaceful end of Balmoral Beach, tucked away on the side of Sydney's northern harbour, is the Balmoral Paddlesurf, where you can learn how to stand up paddleboard in calm, clear waters and learn about paddle skills simple tips. The lessons are very informative and include advice on basic safety and in different weathers, self-rescue methods, and different methods of steering and manipulating the paddle.


After your course, you can enjoy a leisurely breakfast at The Boathouse Balmoral Beach.



Sydney Manly Beach


Try a yoga class with a difference at flow mOcean in Manly Beach with a stand up paddle board. After an initial introduction to paddling techniques on land, you will paddle for 10 to 15 minutes. Then, you balance on the skateboard while doing an hour of yoga. You can fully enjoy this wonderful yoga time.



Malabar Beach, Sydney


A short walk from Maroubra's famous beaches is Malabar, a locals' favourite secluded cove. Here you can try Inflatable Paddle Board yourself with Let's Go Surfing's fun and easy introductory class. You can take a course while enjoying the calm and pure waters in this peaceful and beautiful bay.



Byron Bay, NSW


Byron Bay's touring inflatable sup boards classes not only teach the basics of this fun water sport, but also provide the opportunity to see some amazing marine life for yourself, including dolphins, fish, seabirds and turtles , increase your knowledge, relax your mood, and enjoy the surrounding natural landscape leisurely.



Noosa Marshes at Noosa


Explore the peaceful passage of the Noosa River, which flows from several freshwater lakes into the Pacific Ocean along Noosa Main Beach. Paddle past multi-million dollar mansions with stunning views. Noosaville's waterfront restaurants, Noosa Marina and Tewantin, before entering the upper reaches of the Noosa River, also known as the Mirror River. Those with better stand-up paddle skills can continue paddling to the lakes of Cooroibah and Cootharaba, part of the Noosa Everglades.



Lord Howe Island


Lord Howe is a stunning World Heritage-listed subtropical paradise island. The island is 600 kilometers (373 miles) northeast of Sydney, a two-hour flight. Take the SUP Kite Surf and enjoy the island's mirror-like lagoon and stunning views of the surrounding towering rocks, Mount Gower and Mount Lidgbird.