Noosa Learn to Surf

Noosa Heads, Noosa Area

Learn to surf in Noosa with Noosa number one preferred operator. Noosa Learn to surf is the only surf school in Queensland owned and run by former World Champion and two times Australian Champion, Merrick Davis. Noosa is the safest and most consistent learn to surf location in Australia. Lessons are progressive and you will learn new skills each day. They guarantee you'll be standing by the end of the lesson.

You'll have the time of your life with their friendly, caring world class instructors. They teach the correct technique the first time so you wont pick up any bad habits or poor teaching form. Lessons are run in warm, waist deep water with your coach right beside you offering supportive, skilled encouragement.

Lessons run daily 9am and 1.30pm all year round. Fun, safe and easy. One, three and five lesson packages available. They cater to the individual, school groups and corporate events. Noosa Learn to Surf is also the only combined provider of surf lessons, kayak tours and stand up paddle lessons. Come with them and find out why they are Australia's best surf school. Change your life, learn to surf.

Facilities

  • Car park

Activities

  • Surfing

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Beach access 14
Claude Batten Drive
Noosa Heads, Noosa Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Tours

Surf Lessons

Surf lessons on Noosa main beach with Noosa Learn to Surf. Fun, safe and easy. Learn in warm, waist deep water with your elite coach right beside you. One, three and five lesson packages available all year round. Private tuition also available. Minimum age seven years.

Indicative rates

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$60 $240

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