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‘We live and work in the local community and have the privilege of teaching surfing and SUP. Free Residents Week is to thank our residents and to help provide access for all,’ Brenda Miley, surf school founder said. 

The free sessions are a wonderful opportunity for both adults and kids in the local area to try out surfing or a Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) for the first time, she said.

All equipment is supplied, safe soft surfboards, wetsuits, UV rashvests, sunblock and zinc, she said.

Surfing – Byron

Wednesday October 17 – Friday October 19, 4.30pm–5.30pm and Saturday October 20, 10am–11am

SUP – Brunswick River

Saturday October 20, 3–5.30pm 

To book a lesson you will need to have proof that you are a Byron Shire resident, eg address on your driver licence.

All bookings enquiries are made via [email protected] Be quick. Bookings are essential.


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