With hundreds of kilometres of stunning coastline, one of Australia’s most popular activities is surfing. Surfing is on the rise as a popular sport throughout the world with celebrities such as Cameron Diaz attributing it to her toned physique. While its exact origins are unknown, surfing has been attributed to ancient Polynesian culture, but one thing is for sure and that’s that surfing is here to stay.
The art of riding the wave is something taken very seriously in Australia, with both national and local competitions regularly being held here. You can surf most of Australia’s beaches except in the north where you may encounter jelly fish or crocodiles.
Learn how to surf in hundreds of locations in Australia; be trained by level 1 accredited coaches and, once you have gained your confidence, you can grab your surfboard, take to the water and hang ten. With waves to ride and challenges to face you’ll soon realise why surfing is so popular, not just in Australia but throughout the world.
Or why not experience a twilight surfing session at the famous Bondi Beach and learn to surf the sunset waves!
Take a chance on one of Australia’s most well-loved sports and you’ll soon be performing snaps, hang heels, fades and duck dives before you know it.