Cheyne Horan School of Surf Australia's Number 1 Surf School

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Come along for a surfing lesson at World Champion Cheyne Horan School of Surf. Australia's Number One Surf School. Guaranteed to stand one your first lesson and more.

You will have a lesson with world champion, head instructor, Cheyne Horan. Lessons go for two hours and are for beginner and intermediate surfers. They are held between 10am to 2pm seven days a week.

They have an easy learn to surf method learning how to catch and ride waves with control. They are safe and you’ll learn to surf in waist deep water with easy to ride waves. They choose the safest and best area to surf in. Fun, safe and soft surfboards will help you to learn faster and catch lots of waves.

They have lessons twice daily for beginners and intermediate surfers.

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Surf Lesson, Surf School Learn to Surf

Guaranteed to stand on your first lesson and more.

World champion instructor Cheyne Horan provides two hour lessons for beginner and intermediate surfers.

Who can attend? Adults, families, couples, groups and kids - all ages.

They have 35 years of experience.

Bring a towel, board shorts, voucher or payment.

Gift vouchers, Christmas, birthdays and corporate packages are available.

Complimentary hotel transfers with friendly service to and from the beach.
Guaranteed to stand on the first lesson or the next one’s free!
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$49.00 $189.00

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