Surf Connect Watersports Centre

Sandgate,

Indicative Rate * AU$30 to AU$200

Only half an hour train ride from Brisbane City, takes you to the beautiful Moreton Bay at Sandgate Beach, and Surf Connect Watersports Centre.

Whether you simply like to try the latest craze Standup Paddling (also known as SUP), hire a kayak or catamaran, windsurfer to go windsurfing in the bay, or to the extreme and try Kitesurfing, Surf Connect Watersports Centre has it all. Lessons, rental, repairs and sales.

Surf Connect will ensure you enjoy the sport in the safest manner, as they are the only accredited School in Brisbane affiliated to Yachting Australia, the International Kiteboarding Organisation, and the Australia Institute of Surfing. So whether you are looking at kitesurf, windsurf, or stand-up paddle lessons or rental, you are in top professional hands.

Sandgate Beach has all the facilities you need - toilets, showers, barbecues, cafes/shops right across the road. Great day out for the family or friends.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Depot Locations


Surf Connect Watersports Centre
Address:
170 Flinders Parade
Sandgate
Queensland, Australia 4017

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Our Hire

Standup Paddle is the latest craze and easy as to pick up. It is as relaxing as kayaking but can also be a great core muscle work out.

Surf Connect Watersports Centre opens Tuesdays to Sundays from 7am to dark. Their team of expertise will ensure you enjoy the sport in the safest manner. Their other activities include kitesurfing, windsurfing and wakeboarding, as well as lessons, rental, repairs, sales of new and used equipment.

Standup Paddle is the latest craze and easy as to pick up. It is as relaxing as kayaking but can also be a great core muscle work out.

Surf Connect Watersports Centre opens Tuesdays to Sundays from 7am to dark. Their team of expertise will ensure you enjoy the sport in the safest manner. Their other activities include kitesurfing, windsurfing and wakeboarding, as well as lessons, rental, repairs, sales of new and used equipment.

Surf Connect Watersports Centre opens Tuesdays to Sundays from 7am to dark. Their team of expertise will ensure you enjoy the sport in the safest manner. Their other activities include kitesurfing, windsurfing and wakeboarding, as well as lessons, rental, repairs, sales of new and used equipment.

Surf Connect Watersports Centre opens Tuesdays to Sundays from 7am to dark. Their team of expertise will ensure you enjoy the sport in the safest manner. Their other activities include kitesurfing, windsurfing and wakeboarding, as well as lessons, rental, repairs, sales of new and used equipment.

Kitesurf Rental

Surf Connect Watersports Centre opens Tuesdays to Sundays from 7am to dark. Their team of expertise will ensure you enjoy the sport in the safest manner. Their other activities include kitesurfing, windsurfing and wakeboarding, as well as lessons, rental, repairs, sales of new and used equipment.

Surf Connect Watersports Centre opens Tuesdays to Sundays from 7am to dark. Their team of expertise will ensure you enjoy the sport in the safest manner. Their other activities include kitesurfing, windsurfing and wakeboarding, as well as lessons, rental, repairs, sales of new and used equipment.

Hourly, half day, full day or weekly hire available. Pick up or launch from Sandgate. Registered trailer also available.

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