Our most recommended Wollongong Water Sports
1. Wollongong: 4-Week Surf Development Course
Would you like to live in a real Aussie Surf town and experience a life where all you worry about is which way the wind is blowing and how big the swell is? Do you want to be at a level of surfing where you can take on 4-6 foot waves and feel comfortable? Does catching long waves and performing graceful maneuvers sound good to you? Let your dreams of living the life of a surfer come true at this purpose-built surf camp. Roll with the lifestyle, the love and the fun that this authentic Aussie surf town brings. It is as beautiful as it is peaceful. This 4-week surf development course has been designed purely with the progression of an individual's surfing in mind. Feel the whole surfing experience and immerse yourself in the ocean, the skill and the lifestyle. The program covers the entirety of skills required in the developmental phases of surfing, for beginner and intermediate surfers,...
2. From Sydney: Private Day Trip to Royal National Park
Start with pickup from your accommodation and begin the drive to the park with a short stop at the serene Audley Weir. From here, choose to visit Wedding Cake Rock or Eagle Rock, either of which provides the opportunity to see wonderful coastal scenery. Wedding Cake Rock On this route, admire dramatic coastal views of cliffs and interesting sandstone formations, with stops at the Balconies and the Waterun. Upon arrival, discover an amazingly large piece of white sandstone, resembling the shape of a wedding cake. Watch as it sparkles against the background of the blue Pacific Ocean. You may also choose to walk a little further and see spectacular Marley Beach. Eagle Rock Choose the Eagle Rock route and follow a route that passes waterfalls, cliffs, and gullies. See native plants including wattles, banksias, grass trees, Gymea Lillies, and eucalypts. U...
3. Thirroul: 7-Day Surf Camp
Situated in a beautiful town on the edge of some spectacular scenery, but only an hour's drive from Sydney and its amazing harbor and nightlife, be coached by thorough professionals whose only goals are to have you surfing better than you ever have before. Meet locals, climb mountains, surf in a national surfing reserve, see surfboards being made and above all, have the time of your life! The base is in the small south coast surf town of Thirroul in the Northern suburbs of Wollongong, a University town with beautiful beaches and great nightlife. Thirroul itself is a lively, Australian surf community just one hour south of Sydney, and has direct train access its city center. It is Sydney’s closest surf camp, and gives you the opportunity to enjoy a real taste of Australian coastal life, its surf culture and breathtaking scenery, as well as great access to the local nightlife. Each day ...
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