Noosa Surf Lessons

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Noosa Surf Lessons information

With a string of fine breaks around an unspoilt national park, Noosa is a fine place to catch a wave. The best year-round break is probably Sunshine Corner, at the northern end of Sunshine Beach, though it has a brutal beach dump. The point breaks (First Point to Granite Bay) around the headland only perform during the summer, but when they do, expect wild conditions and good walls at Boiling Point and Tea Tree, on the northern coast of the headland.

Noosa Spit, on the far end of Hastings St, has gentle breaks that are heavenly for the novice - unlike at Sunshine Beach, riders are protected from open water so the rips tend to be less intense. It seems someone is always learning how to surf at the Spit, and there are a number of schools based here. Check out Noosa Surf Lessons. Two-hour group lessons on long boards generally go out twice per day (09:00 and 13:30).