Goolwa Beach

Goolwa Beach Surf Camp

The best way to learn to surf or to improve your surfing is to live at the beach!

Option 1: You can choose from Weekend Surf Camps, or 3, 5 & 7 day Surf Camps at Goolwa Beach. Details below.

Option 2: Book in for a surfing lesson on a particular day, stay overnight at the camp and have another lesson the next day.

Option 3: Hire a board and wetsuit for $20/day or bring your own equipment and stay overnight at the surf camp.

Overnight share accommodation is $30pp per night. You can hire the entire shack for $150/night for up to 5 people. Extra people are $15/hd

Goolwa Beach Surf Camp Info:

Goolwa Beach is one of Australia's safest and most consistent Learn to Surf Beaches. It is situated 1hr south of Adelaide and is easily reached by car or bus. The surf is right at your door step so you can literally surf all day.

Depending on weather and surf conditions each day Kingo may relocate the surfing to a number of beaches dotted along the coast, finding waves to suit any level of surfer. In between surfs Kingo will show you around town and do some sight seeing, go fishing or swimming, meet the locals, or simply chill out.

The camp itself is a newly renovated 3 bedroom house that sleeps 10 people. There is another sleepout room behind the house which sleeps another 6 people and has its own TV and lounge. There is also a huge covered outdoor entertaining area with a BBQ and table tennis table. And the best part is that the surf is a 1 minute walk from the front door. 

Surf camp includes...

  • 2 Surf Lessons/Sessions each day
  • Use of board and wetsuit for duration of your stay
  • Accommodation & meals
  • Trips to different South Coast Surf Breaks
  • Fishing & snorkelling gear
  • Local sightseeing
  • Suits beginner to intermediate
  • Maximum 16 people

Cost for Weekend Surf Camp is $250

Cost for any Surf Camp of 3 or more days is $100/day

Surf Camps are held monthly but can be run at anytime with a booking of 3 or more people.

 

More info on The Salt Shack surf camp website >

See photos on the Kingosurfing Facebook page >