We run daily lessons all along the Barrington Coast from Crowdy Head all the way to Seal Rocks. Locations include Crowdy Head, Old Bar, Wallabi Point, Saltwater National Park, Forster/Tuncurry, Boomerang and Seal Rocks.

Our Coaches are very experienced in each location and have been running lessons in these areas for over 10 years. No matter your location along the Coast we can provide a program to suit your needs.

Crowdy Head / Harrington

Nestled ten minutes northeast of Taree, the tranquil seaside village of Harrington sits at the northern mouth of the Manning River.

Harrington’s relaxed seaside lifestyle is a welcome escape from today’s frantic pace. The local surfing spot of Crowdy Head is nearby with two great locations for lessons.

Old Bar / Wallabi Point / Saltwater National Park

If it’s a coastal escape you’re after, you’ve come to the right place as these picturesque villages will allow you to relax, unwind and soak up our laid-back surfing culture.

Old Bar Beach is the closest surfing beach to Taree and just a 10-minute drive from the Pacific Highway.

Saltwater National Park sits alongside Old Bar and has special significance for the local Biripi people. This national park contains aboriginal sites that relate to Dreamtime beliefs and a section of the park has been declared an Aboriginal Place of Significance.

This area has a range of locations that include beach breaks as well as point breaks that work with different conditions and swells

Hallidays Point

Black Head Beach is a multi-award-winning beach under the Keep Australia Beautiful Program. The beach is patrolled in the summer months and there’s an excellent ocean pool, one of only three on the whole mid north coast.

Diamond Beach is a beautiful 6 km beach that’s ideal for fishing, surfing or just enjoying a long beach walk watching the dolphins frolic in the waves.

Forster / Tuncurry

The beaches and waterways of Forster and Tuncurry are its main drawcard with six beautiful beaches offering choice of salty experience and the clear waters of Wallis Lake posing endless water activities. This coupled with the exquisite dining experiences and accommodation offerings making Forster and Tuncurry one of the jewels of the Barrington Coast.

One Mile Beach is Forster’s biggest easterly facing beaches. Its iconic sand dune at the northern end offers visitors a challenging climb but one rewarded with expansive views down the beach and one of the best places to spot migrating whales.

Pacific Palms

Encompassing Blueys, Boomerang and Elizabeth Beaches, Charlotte Bay, Tiona and Whoota, there’s a special charm that draws people to the ‘Palms’. It’s also the main access point for Coomba Bay and Coomba Park on the western side of Wallis Lake opposite Forster.

Scenic lookouts, secluded coves, hidden beaches, famous surfing, coffee shops, galleries and rainforest walks characterise this amazing wonderland. Combine this with a community in touch with its natural surroundings and you begin to understand why Pacific Palms is the perfect coastal retreat that will have you coming back for more.

Seal Rocks

Seal Rocks is a quintessential Barrington Coast isolated seaside village. It’s famous for the beautiful lighthouse overlooking wild and remote beaches, this is one of the best locations to learn to surf due to the position of the beach offering long rides for beginners.