Style Surfing


Byron Bay, NSW

Learning to surf in Byron Bay is the Best.
"The Bay" inside Cape Byron has the Safest and Longest Learn to surf waves waves on the east coast of Australia.
We have surfed the area since the 70's and instructing since the early 80's.
Experience surfing: The Pass, Clarkes Beach, Watego Beach, The Wreck & Belongil Beach. As well as the open beach, Tallow Beach. It's all here for all types of surfers from longboarders to short boarders.
If you are looking to find the best school, make sure the lesson is on Byrons' Town Beaches.
Some Byron Bay Surf School Operators?? drive for over 30 minutes?? to get to the waves. What the??
In Byron Bay, Style Surfing School is one of only 4 "Byron Bay Surfing Schools" licensed to operate on Byron Bay beaches.
We are at "YOUR" Service. We don't want to be the biggest, we just want to stay the Best.
Style Surfing has a maximum of 10 Beginners with 3 Instructors. The best student Instructor Ratio. It is totally personalised & systemised in the surf.
We have Instructors in the surf 100% of the lesson helping you with every wave you go for as well as keeping you safe.
You will be able to stand up and surf on the first few waves during your very first lesson. If you do not, I will give you a full refund.
Phone us: [+61 2] 6685 5634 Mobile / SMS 0416 162 969 email us at"


Url: Visit the website

Opening Hours : None Specified

Public Holidays : None Specified

Safety Considerations :

Things to remember:

■ Always observe the beach and its surrounds before entering the surf (rocks, reefs, sandbanks, shipwrecks, sweeps and rips, as well as other surfers)

■ Always make yourself a landmark as you go out, the currents will carry you along before you even know. 

■ Only practice when it is safe and small and you are not going out of your ability. 

Basic rules:

■ When learning, keep clear from all other surfers and surf with a friend or tell your friends where you are going surfing. 

■ Do not surf where the experienced surfers are - until you are experienced.

■ Do not catch a wave when there is someone already surfing it. The first person to catch the wave has right of way and the person closest to the curl has right of way.

■ Always paddle wide of a surfer riding a wave, choosing to go towards the white-water instead of towards the unbroken part of the wave.

■ Always land flat when you fall off and cover your head as you come up for air.

■ Always keep an eye on all swimmers, do not run them over.

■ Never throw away your board when a wave comes, it is a danger to others.

■ Always stay with your surfboard, it will keep you a float for a long time.

■ Never panic, always keep cool and stay calm.

■ Always communicate to all other surfers as we are all out there together sharing all the waves.

■ Give respect to gain respect.

■ Always keep an eye out for anyone in trouble and please help them out or ask someone else to help.

■ Always keep smilingand do not let any frustration get in your way of having fun.

■If you are a beginner at surfing, have a lesson with a reputable surfing school.

Your equipment:
■ Always check your surfboard and leash are in good condition.
■ Make sure it is the correct length, width and thickness of your board to suit your ability.
■ Always wax your surfboard each time you surf.

The environment:

■ Please use the correct track to and from the beach and stay off the sand dunes.

■ Please  take all rubbish and butts with you when you leave.

■ Please leave all sea-shells on the beach.

■ Leave all animals at home (unless it is a dog walking zone). 

■ Please have a quick shower after you surf. Be waterwise.

Patrolled : Yes

Tide : Not Specified

Distance : No

Parking : Provided in the area

Location: Byron Bay, NSW

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