Surf Schools in Sydney

Surf’s Up Surf School

Surf’s Up Surf School run surfing lessons in beaches in the national parks near Sydney. They also run weekend surf camps, plus 5 and 9 day tours from Sydney to Byron, surfing all (well most) of the way.

Phone: (02) 9340 1411



Surf Skool

Surf Skool run class for adults and children at Freshwater Beach in Sydney’s north.

Phone: 0410 157 773


Surfing Cronulla

Surf school at Cronulla Beach south of Sydney, this surf school offers surfing lessons for adults and children, and also have “girls only” classes available.

P.O. Box 723 Cronulla, Sydney, NSW 2230.

Phone: (02) 9544 0895


Sydney Safe Surf School

Sydney Safe Surf School This surf school has programs for adults and children, as well as school holiday surf camps. They run their classes at Maroubra Beach south of the city.

Phone: (02) 93654370



Sherpa Surf School

Sherpa Surf School run lessons for beginner and intermediate surfers at Dee Why beach.

Phone: 0425 315 963


Let’s Go Surfing

Operating on the popular Bondi Beach, this company offers surfing lessons, board hire, and bodyboard lessons.

128 Ramsgate Ave, North Bondi, NSW 2026.

Phone: (02) 9365 1800


Mojo Surf

Mojo Surf run all-day surfing lessons in a secret location. The day includes pickup at various locations around Sydney, transport to the beach, lunch, and transport back to the city.

P.O. Box 507, Byron Bay 2481 NSW.

Phone: (02) 6639 5100



Manly Surf School

The instructors of surf schools, and this one in particular, are passionate about what they do. This surf school don’t muck around and gets you out in the waves as soon as possible so you can learn about the surf, how to read it and how to ride it. Manly Surf School offer classes at various levels on Manly, Collaroy, Long Reef and Palm Beach, and also have SUP lessons at Balmoral Beach and Narrabeen Lakes.

P.O. Box 160, Collaroy, NSW 2097

Phone: (02) 9977 6977



About David Rutter

Dave grew up on a small acreage on the outskirts of Sydney, within a stone's throw of the bush. Having spent a large part of his childhood exploring the bush behind the family home, much of his adult life has been spent exploring the world - he has lived in Sweden, traveled much of Europe, travelled in the Pacific and South America, and more recently in Asia. The Australian bush is however, the place where he feels he truly belongs.
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