Pickup LocationsWe provide Free transportation from your Hotel or backpackers
If you choose to learn how to surf with Get Wet Surf School, we provide Free transportation from your Hotel or backpackers (Within central Surfers Paradise and Southport). If you are outside this area, don’t worry! We can pick you up at these different locations:
Southport: Pickups at the pedestrian entrance of Australia Fair on Marine Parade. Click here to open Location on Google Maps.
Main Beach: Pickups at Hill Parade (In front of the Tram Station). Click here to open Location on Google Maps.
Surfers Paradise: Pickups at Beach Road (In front of the mural just beside the Brooklyn Depot restaurant). Click here to open Location on Google Maps.
Learn how to surf with Get Wet Surf SchoolClick here to book your Surf Lesson and let Get Wet Surf School teach you how to surf the right way.
Frequently Asked Questions
We know you have a lot of questions about learning to surf and we are happy to answer them all.
That’s why we have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions to our instructors. We hope this might help clear up any doubts you have about surfing and our surf school.
Are our programs suitable for weak swimmers?
Is there a minimum age?
What happens if the weather is bad?
Conditions at the Spit are generally very good for beginner lessons. However, if we feel that conditions may be too rough for our participants, we will reschedule for a different date or refund your money.
What do I need to bring?
Beginner Group Surfing Lessons
Our 2 hour beginner surf lesson is designed to teach you how to surf, and give you a taste of the thrill of surfing. Joining a group of like-minded people looking for something new.
Private Surfing Lessons
If you’re looking to improve your surfing technique or enjoy a bit more privacy whilst you learn a private surf lesson may be the way to go
Kids Surfing Lessons
Kids are now able to learn to surf or stand-up paddleboard in a fun, exciting and safe environment. They’ll have loads of fun at the beach and learn about the ocean and surf safety.
Once you have experienced the thrill of riding your first wave, there's only one way to improve further!