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Byron Bay: 2.5-Hour Stand Up Paddle Board Lesson

1. Byron Bay: 2.5-Hour Stand Up Paddle Board Lesson

Find out why stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is one of the fastest growing water sports in this 2.5 hour SUP experience. The stable stand up paddle boards make it easy for anyone to enjoy the unique experience of walking on water. You'll start with some important safety information where all of the basics including; warm up, how to stand and control the board, proper stroke and turning techniques, correct posture and positioning, safe entry and exit from the water will be covered. You will be surrounded by a beautiful natural landscape and have the chance to spot some amazing marine life including dolphins, fish, seabirds marine plants and sea turtles.

St Kilda: Group Lesson for Stand-Up Paddleboarding

2. St Kilda: Group Lesson for Stand-Up Paddleboarding

Learn stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) at iconic St.Kilda Beach in the heart of Melbourne. Enjoy this experience with no minimum number of people required or ability level necessary, this tour is perfect for everyone. Get to know stand-up paddleboarding which is a fantastic way to experience St.Kilda. Learn the correct technique from day one with the expert instructors. You will be up and going in no time. The SUP instructors will have you paddling effectively in a short period of time, and ensure you leave with adequate knowledge to paddle on your own. The paddleboarding lessons are conducted in a fun format that all family members can enjoy, and most importantly, in a safe and nurturing environment.

Mornington Peninsula: SUP, Hike, & Hot Springs Trip w/ Lunch

3. Mornington Peninsula: SUP, Hike, & Hot Springs Trip w/ Lunch

Discover the best of the Mornington Peninsula on this adventurous day out like no other and explore the best of the Mornington Peninsula on this day trip. Enjoy an incredible day of paddleboarding, a winery visit, a coastal hike, and bathing at the hot springs. Meet at the iconic 19th century McCrae Lighthouse by the crystal clear waters of the Peninsula. Begin your adventure at one of the most beautiful white sandy beaches on the Peninsula adorned with the famous colorful bathing boxes. Embark on a SUP lesson and tour along the crystal clear waters of the Mornington Peninsula with your guide who is a certified SUP instructor. There are often dolphins close by, so remember to keep your eyes peeled! Explore along the coastline and admire the stunning vistas and backdrop of Arthur's Seat (Wonga). After your SUP experience, you have a bit of time to get changed or grab a coffee before hopping into the van and traveling along the southern coastline of the peninsula. Next, enjoy a guided coastal hike along nature trails with ocean vistas to a secluded bay with magical natural rock pools. Look out for wildlife like kangaroos, wallabies and echidnas before arriving at the rugged, expansive, and jaw-dropping ocean scenery. As you look out onto a deserted bay, see the turquoise blue rock pools. Refuel and indulge your palate with a delicious picnic lunch full of fresh local produce at a spectacular beach viewpoint. You will also have some other refreshments such as native tea, coffee, and local beverages. After lunch, unwind at the Peninsula Hot Springs. Set amongst beautiful natural surroundings, relax in a tranquil setting with over 50 global bathing experiences, including an amphitheater of geothermal pools, ice caves, saunas, and hammocks. After some time at the hot springs head to a beautiful laid-back winery that focuses on incorporating organic practices. Taste some of the best wines on the peninsula whilst enjoying the views. Finally, take a scenic drive via the summit of the Mornington Peninsula back to McCrae Lighthouse.

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We had a really enjoyable, personalised experience with Darcy. Any fear of not being able to stand up was taken away immediately. This experience was relaxing and was topped off with Darcy’s local knowledge of the area and his hospitality. Would recommend this for any group, kids, families - in our case a girls weekend! PS Hi Darcy! Thanks!

Great instructor and good value

Had a good instructor taking us down the river at a calm tempo; it was timed such that we returned with the tide going out, so we would need less energy going back. Was very lucky with the weather, and saw sting rays in the water.

Good customer service and well trained instructor. I had a good time, very relaxing activity and it worth..

This was much easier than expected, but yet still challenging enough to be interesting and very very fun!