Childrens 2 Hour beginner surf lesson - Get Wet Surf School

Get Wet is an award-winning Surfing School on the Gold Coast that offers visitors the experience of surfing on a famous Gold Coast beach. Get...

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Gold Coasts favourite surf school! Award-winning locally owned and operated, offering visitors the experience of surfing on a famous Gold Coast beach.
Get Wet is the leader in making it fun, safe and easy for people of all ages and even those who are not confident in the water—a family-owned and operated business operating since 2005.

Get Wet’s lessons are held on the locals' favourite beach, eight-kilometres from the heart of Surfers Paradise. The Spit is a truly local’s playground and is the safest location to learn surfing offering beautiful white sand, clean water, uncrowded and the Surfers Paradise's skyline in the background.

Get Wet's two-hour beginner surf lesson allows the participants to experience the thrill of surfing in the safest and easiest way possible. A few brief instructions and they get you out in the water as soon as they can with the lowest participant to instructor ratio on the Gold Coast.

As a family business safety for children is our priority so our children's classes are conducted with no more than 4 children per instructor and consist of only children from 6-12 years.

Childrens lesson are held every weekend during the school terms and 7 days a week during school holidays.


All equipment is provided along with complimentary transfers to and from the beach from most Surfers Paradise.

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Doug Jennings Park, Seaworld Drive, The Seaway Cafe Building, Main Beach, Queensland, 4217, Australia

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Childrens 2 Hour beginner surf lesson - Get Wet Surf School

Doug Jennings Park, Seaworld Drive, The Seaway Cafe Building, Main Beach, Queensland, 4217, Australia

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

Destination Gold Coast acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. 
 
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout Southeast Queensland.