Byron Bay Kitesurfing

Byron Bay Kitesurfing is one of Australia’s longest running kite schools, established in 2001. They primary focus is on kitesurfing, surfing, and stand up paddle boarding lessons.

  • Byron Bay, Australia

Speaks English

from US$600
from US$600
Price for:

4 days / 3 nights

Testimonials

  • Review by Eos
    9 out of 10

    "Very practical lessons! Jason is a great guy that teaches with passion and simplicity. I was up and riding on my own on very fast, thanks to him."

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  • Review by Ed Chapman from Sydney, Australia
    9 out of 10

    "Jason is a great coach for sure. He gave me methodical and detailed key points for my first lesson. It is adapted to my ability well and it certainly wasn't a generic training centre lesson. It is well worth the cash and I managed to get my first ride in my first lesson which is testament to Jason's ability to coach effectively. Byron Bay is also a great location with a massive amount of space away from the crowds in which to learn."

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  • Review by Julien Reungoat
    9 out of 10

    "It was great to learn to kitesurf with Jason. You get personal advice depending on your level and progression. The Gold Coast location is great for learners and beginners, knee deep water, good wind, and not crowded, so you can focus on the kitesurfing. Once you get going, Jason will let you go on your own but will keep an eye on you in a case of emergency. Knowing he can rescue you with his boat makes you feel more confident."

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  • Review by Carson Wiedeman
    9 out of 10

    "I had three lessons with Jason and I am thoroughly impressed with the professional level of instruction. The attention to safety and focus on being brilliant in the basics developed my confidence and fostered a solid foundation for a quick and fun progression to getting on the board. My second lesson was built upon essential skills learned in the first. I was up and riding and really starting to enjoy the sport because of the methodical lessons learned in my first day of instruction. My third lesson's focus was primarly about practicing the skills learned in the two previous days of instruction, improving kite control and board riding techniques. This period of instruction proved very helpful by having the watchful eye of the instructor and the pointers, and recommendations provided while I put all that I had learned together to really be able to enjoy the accomplishment of advancing from knowing nothing of the sport to actually riding the board, flying the kite and having an absolute blast. The money and time I invested with this school was the best decision I could have made to be well along the way to progressing and enjoying kiteboarding. Well done Jason!"

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