Surf Easy Surf Lessons Currumbin Alley

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When?

We run open group lessons that anyone can join every Saturday and Sunday and Wednesday at 9.00 and every day during the School Holidays , also at 9.00 PLEASE NOTE - Wednesday groups will not be running June3rd,10th & 17th. Bookings essential.

Next Daily School Holiday lessons start SaturdayJune 27th.

We are also available 7 days a week for private lessons , for individuals, schools or friendship groups .

Take advantage of one of our Free Group Lesson Deals below  if you want to come a few times.

Buy 3 get the 4th free $75 for students, $90 for adults.

OR Buy4 get the 5th free plus a goody bag, $$100 for students, $120 for adults.

Why Us?

SURF EASY is the original Alley surf school and the only licensed and Accredited Surf School to have run lessons at the Alley every weekend and Holiday since January 1994.Its also the only Surf School on the Coast where you can get instruction from a Level 4 Master Coach, with years of teaching experience and Educational Qualifications, so we can cater for all levels of ability.

We offer the best value lessons on the Coast with the Gold Coast’s most experienced coaches, at Currumbin Alley, the best and safest location ,and value our safety record so we won't put our clients out in the water in groups of 40-60 like other surf schools.

SURF & YOGA now also Saturdays & Thursdays!

Where?

Currumbin & Palm Beach are located at the Southern end of the Gold Coast, Queensland, close to the world class surfing locations of Kirra, Burleigh and Snapper Rocks.

Currumbin Alley’s sheltered layout makes it less exposed and open to the prevailing Southerly winds, creating both perfect Learn to Surf conditions and challenging long rides for the experienced surfer.

Find the SURF EASY Van & Trailer in the carpark at Currumbin Alley, on Duringan Street by the pedestrian crossing.

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