Paddling and Board Handling are Important In Learning to Surf

Sometimes it is the standing up on the wave that is the easiest part of learning to surf.

Reading the ocean and the waves takes a lot longer.  The more time you can spend in the ocean the better, even if it is just body surfing.


Six Tips How To Surf Better

Improving your surfing ability is high on the agenda of all surfers, especially those just starting out. There are a number of factors that can influence how well you develop your skills. We have 6 tips to help you maximise your improvement.


How To Choose A Good Surfboard

Buying a new surfboard isn't a cheap investment, so you want to make sure you purchase a board that is both suitable for you and of good quality. First off, make sure you have had surf lessons before buying a board. Why? Because you want to make sure you enjoy surfing before spending money on equipment!

Surfing is a great activity but like everything, it has to be enjoyable. It may appeal to you watching the pros on tv or the locals at your beach, but make sure it's something you personally are going to have fun doing. There are dozens of reputable surf schools in every state so book in for some lessons and try it out!