Contact us if you’d like to hire surfboards or bodyboards.
Here is some more info about hiring surf boards (body boards are half the prices).
I deliver the boards to you at the beach.
It’s cheaper if you hire a board when I’m doing a surf lesson, because I’m already at the beach. And this is when you’re likely to get the best waves, because I do my lessons when I think the surf will be best.
The cost is $20 per board for about 2 hours, and $5 extra if you’d also like to hire a wetsuit.
It’s also ok if you want to hire boards when I’m not doing a lesson.
But then I need to drop the boards off to you (return home, and then come back later to pick them up), so I charge an extra $5 per board each way ($10 per board total).
So then the cost to hire a board (including the drop off & pickup fee) is $30 for 2 hours; $40 for 4 hours; and $50 for 6 hours.
The cost to hire a wetsuit is $5 each.
Please let me know if you want to hire for more than 1 day, and I’ll work out a good discount for you.
I only hire out softboards, but they are a good design by Ocean & Earth and surf quite well.
Please contact the 2 local surf shops in Caloundra if you only want to hire hard boards (call John at Surfware Australia on 5491 3620; or Beach Beat on 5491 4711).
These shops are at either end of Bulcock Street, the main street in Caloundra.
Are you an experienced surfer, and know what size board you want?
If you’re learning to surf, I’ll need to know the weight of each surfer, so that I can bring the right size boards (& wetsuits if necessary).
For security, I’ll also need to see some photo I.D. and take a copy of your credit card.
I can’t process credit cards at the beach, so I prefer to accept payment by cash on the day.
But if necessary, I can take down your credit card details and process it later when I get back to the office.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Mobile: 0413 381 010
Happy Valley (Corner Ian St and Esplanade Bulcock Beach)
Dicky Beach (Car Park / Skate Bowl)
We meet in the big car-park opposite the Dicky Beach shops and near the Dicky Beach Family Holiday Park (caravan park). This is Beach Access 266.
Dicky Beach (at the end of Bell St)
Currimundi (at the end of Buderim St)
Currimundi (Corner of Robe St and Watson Street)
We meet in the car-park at the beach end of ROBE STREET, CURRIMUNDI (at the corner of Robe Street and Watson Street). It’s Beach Access 256, and is about 300m south of Currimundi Lake. (Robe Street runs off Currimundi Road). We will be there in our white van.