South Australian Surf Schools and Surf Camps

Upcoming Surf Schools 2014

$40 per lesson or 3 for $100

Goolwa Beach - Weekends & school holidays. Pick-up from Adelaide available. Board & westuit hire 7 days a week.

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Summer West Coast Surf Camp!!

Sat Dec 13th to Wed 17th Dec, 2014
A true surfing adventure on the beautiful Eyre Peninsula - Available spots fill up fast - book now!

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View the upcoming surf school dates for Kingosurfing’s Goolwa Beach Summer Surf Groms Program >

Adelaide, South Australia - Eyre Peninsula - Cactus, Streaky Bay, Elliston, Venus Bay, Port Lincoln, Goolwa Beach, more location info >

Kingo has been running his surf schools in South Australia for over 13 years. He is a High School PE Teacher, Level 1 surfing instructor and trained lifeguard with 26 years surfing experience.

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Surf Schools

Goolwa Beach & Eyre Peninsula, South Australia

Lessons include board & wetsuit hire, surfing instruction, surf safety & survival skills.

No age or ability limits - all welcome!

Transport from Adelaide available.

Contact Kingo with any enquiries 0427 842 085, info@kingosurfing.com.au

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Surf Camps

Venus Bay - Eyre Peninsula, South Australia

Surf camp includes...

  • Return travel from Adelaide
  • Accommodation & meals (4 bedroom lodge in Venus Bay)
  • Trips to Cactus, Streaky Bay, Elliston
  • Boards & wetsuits supplied
  • Fishing & snorkelling gear
  • Suits beginner to intermediate
  • Maximum 10 people
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Surf Shop

Surf Boards and wetsuits now available. Follow links to check out the gear, then contact Kingo to get free advice and discounted surf gear!

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I've been surfing for seven or so years now and have been on a bunch of different surf trips some extreme out doors, some lux' as. This said, on this trip I surfed some of the best waves of my life, in some of the most extreme locations whilst bunking in complete comfort (except Kingo's tendency to want to go surfing at ungodly hours of the morning). Kingo's hospitality and local knowledge was second to none. He showed us the ropes at all the spots and was dead on every time. He was very patient with those less experienced surfers even though you could see he was itching for a wave himself. Good on ya Kingo! All in all, good waves, good company, good food, good local knowledge, good fun and I didn’t even get eaten by a shark or shot by a local! Stoked! When's the next surf Kingo!?!  Aleks Sliuzas, 23, Bridgewater - Adelaide hills