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    Go Ride A Wave is Australia's Favourite Surf School. We offer 2 hour surf lessons every day at 10am and 2pm at Surfers Paradise which include a long sleeve rash shirt or wetsuit and a soft beginner surf board. We also run surf lessons at Broadbeach and Stand Up Paddle Board Lessons at Budds beach. Cost for adults is $65 and kids from 8 to 17 is $55. Lessons are held in waist deep water with fully qualified surf instructors who are also surf life savers. You can book and pay online at our website ... Read more or phone. Why work when you can Go Ride A Wave.

    Halfday Dolphin Kayaking Stradbroke Island Tour Free hotel pick up and return in Surfers Paradise Learn how to kayak by friendly tour guides. Kayak across the tranquil waters of the Gold Coast Broadwater Keep an eye out for dolphins, turtles and stingrays. Enjoy a light continental breakfast on the beach. Snorkel with hundreds of sub-tropical fish off the beach. Short kayak over to South Stradbroke Island were we spot the Golden Wallaby. Surfers Paradise Sunset Kayak Tour: Duration 2hrs appox, ... Read more Tour departs and returns to Budds Beach in Surfers Paradise, Kayak safety lesson, Enjoy the amazing scenery from the Nerang river of the homes of the rich and famous and of the beautiful Surfers Paradise skyline, Enjoy a glass of wine after your experience. Australian Kayaking Adventures offers kayaking tours, kayak and Stand Up Paddle Board hire on the river in Surfers Paradise. Walking distance from hotels in Surfers.Prices start from $25p 2 hours for single kayaks and $20 per hour Stand Up Paddle ...

    Kayaks, Paddleboards (SUP), catamarans and windsurfing hire. Free instruction with all kayaks, paddleboards and catamarans. Get out on the water for an adventure the whole family can enjoy. The crystal-clear waters of the Pumicestone Passage and the solitude of the Bribie Island National Park surrounds are the best kept secrets in the Caloundra area. See if you can spot kangaroos and seek out a legion of soldier crabs. Cruise over stingrays and find the pirate's treasure geocached on Bribie Island. ... Read more Lots of secluded beaches and lagoons to enjoy, where even 4WDs are not allowed to venture. Bookings are essential. All hires are weather permitting. Closed over the winter months, June to August.

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