Australia is prominently known for the beauty of its beaches giving people remarkable surfing spots. Whether if you’re Australian or not and want to learn how to surf for the summer, Australia is the best place to do it. Not only this country provides incredible surf spots, but we have laid-back locals who will welcome and teach you the surfer lifestyle. Keep on reading why you should make surfing a hobby and why you should learn it in Australia.
Australia is known for places that offer a Surf Camp and where you can stay and learn for 3 days right up to 3 months. You’ll meet surfers and locals who are very passionate in dedicating their life to the ocean. If you really want to learn the surfer lifestyle, then try to immerse yourself by staying in surf shacks, camper vans, and palm tree sheltered bungalows. Most locals are very friendly and will regularly greet you!
You don’t really need to buy your own surfboard and carry it the whole time. No worries because a lot of beaches offer a rent for the day at a very cheap price. Most beaches charge as little as $5 an hour.
Australia with no doubt is the place on earth to find waves for surfing. From Surfers Paradise to Toowoon Bay, Bondi beach, Oz beaches, and more are rated as the best place to surf in the world. I greatly recommend that you take complete advantage to try surfing in Australia if you plan to visit!
This is a great way for a full body workout if you are tired and bored with your same routine at the gym every day. Surfing is a good cardio exercise that also adds more strength for your legs, back and core. The beach will even uplift your mood because who’s day isn’t going to be awesome if you are at the beach? Get a tan but don’t forget to wear sunscreen too!
When you are alone surfing in the great blue sea and just having the water lapping against you can really give you that peaceful and relaxing feeling. This is such a healthy activity, both physically and mentally. Take a break from the city and work and explore the endless freedom you can experience with surfing. Being at the beach can help you think better with your problems too.
The bottom line is, learning how to surf in Australia is FUN. You cannot compare the beauty of the beaches that the country has among others. Local surfers are friendly and will encourage you to try harder in case you find it difficult learning how to surf. The more you practice, the better you get! If you plan for a summer trip, make sure surfing in Australia will be on your bucket list.
There are thousands of amazing beaches in Australia and it is encouraged that anyone who is learning how to surf or want to have a progress with their surfing, go visit the country and explore. Now that you know how rich Australia is with its surfing spots, it's time to start planning your surf trip with your friends and family!
Author bio: Ivandrea Ollero is a daytime writer for Kims , one of Australia’s impeccable beach retreat places. Ivandrea gives out tips and hacks for finding the perfect location for a delighted vacation. She graduated from St. Scholastica’s College Manila, Philippines with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication minor in Broadcast Journalism.