02 Apr A Backpacker’s Must Do In Sydney: Learn To Surf
Surfing and surf culture is synonymous with Australia. One of the most enduring images of Australia alongside kangaroos and koalas, is that of the surfer riding the waves at Bondi.
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Just as surfing is as the heart of Australian beach life it is only fitting that one of the leading surf companies Let’s Go Surfing operates with a whole lot of heart. Started out of the back of a van in 1995, Brenda Miley started the company to encourage women to surf more and ‘change lives one wave at a time.’ The definition of creating good vibes on the tides!
It is this inclusiveness that ensures that whether almost pro or a complete beginner any
Bondi Beach Surf Lesson
Surf lessons aren’t the cheapest activity you can do, at Bondi a beginner lesson of 2hours will set you back $110, however with travelling there is always a way to save a little bit of money. Change location from iconic Bondi to chill out Maroubra and you can save a cool $40. Money which would be best put towards engaging in another important Australian pastime, barbecuing and drinking an ice-cold beer!
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