Go Vertical SUP Hire

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Go Vertical SUP is the leading Stand up Paddle school on the Gold Coast. They are located right in the heart of Surfers Paradise. Their aim is to provide top quality Paddle Board Hire, SUP tours and SUP lessons to all participants allowing them a rewarding experience on the water. Learn to SUP with the best school on the Gold Coast. Go Vertical is a long established business, over six years of providing locals and visitors with the ultimate paddle experience.

Their most popular experience is the "Paradise SUP Tour" where they launch on the river in Surfers Paradise! It's a fun, safe and fully guided tour including a lesson and photos of your time on the water. You will have the best experience with Go Vertical as the staff are professional, friendly and Surfing Queensland accredited.

You will achieve a sense of well-being on the water, taking in the beauty, spot peacocks along with other birdlife or a dolphin pod. Fun for all the family and easy for all age groups and fitness levels.

You will be hooked on SUP because it is super fun! Come join them for a paddle right in the heart of Surfers Paradise.

Our Tours

Paradise SUP Tour

Stand up Paddle Tour duration is two hours - Location in the heart of Surfers Paradise on the river.

Times vary depending on bookings - After a safety briefingand& basic lesson they'll launch the boards on the River and commence the paddle. Meander up to the high rises of Surfers Paradise and get a photo or two of the group on the boards with a majestic backdrop of Surfers Paradise.

Then you'll gently make your way back down the river through the canals into Macintosh Island park where you will paddle past the mangroves spotting sea-life and bird-life. There is an abundance of bird life here including a family of Peacocks that are spotted most days. See the Gold Coast from a different perspective... you will find stand up paddling along the waterways both fun and calming! Keep an eye out for a dolphin or two!

This is a must do experience! You will love it!

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$65 $65

Let them introduce you to stand up paddle boarding. They will go through step by step instruction to get you up standing and paddling like a champion before you know it. After a safety briefing and a quick demonstration you will be ready to go.

Their lesson duration is one hour and all equipment is supplied. All you need to do is "slip slop and slap" and you're ready to learn to paddle board. They will show you just how easy it is, with instruction you will learn different stances and paddle technique and turns.

Once you have your balance they will gently guide you through the calm waterways of Surfers Paradise on an easy paddle adventure. You will love it!

Ages 8 to 80 however you must be able to swim.
Group discounts on four or more paddlers.

Indicative rates

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$35 $45

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