4x Surf Lessons - SurfGroms Shirt - All Equipment Provided

 Summer Holidays Surf Groms 9am

4th 5th 6th 7th JANUARY.

Price: $225.00

Wallabi Point/Saltwater Beach

End of Holidays Surf Groms

18th 19th 20th 21st January


Wallabi Point/Saltwater Beach

To book head onto surfgroms.com and search for Wallabi Point or Saltwater Surf School or hit the "book here" 

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How It Works

Nudie SurfGroms programs cater to groms between the ages of 5-12 years old, nationally. 

Whilst the younger surfers and paddlers are still developing fundamental movements such as balance, agility and coordination; the older kids are far more developed both mentally and physically, requiring a different approach when learning new skills.

In order to successfully engage such a broad audience, Nudie SurfGroms has been developed with 2 distinct age categories and 5 separate skill levels:

  • MiniGroms (5-8 years old)

  • SuperGroms (9-12 years old)

Although both categories work towards the same skill levels and objectives, a different learning approach will be taken for MiniGroms and SuperGroms.

Information for parents

Every child registered for a nudie Surfgroms program who orders a size 6-14 will receive a new rashie and logbook to help them track their skill progression as well as some at home activities. Children who order a Small, Medium or Large size will receive a SurfGroms T-shirt (in place of a rashie) and a logbook. Due to ongoing supplier issues we’ve been unable to secure rashies in adult sizes for this season, and will provide T-shirts as an alternative. For convenience, these are sent to our national delivery partners.

TIMES (9am till 10:30am) conditions pending 


Surf Safety

It’s a well-known fact that Australians love the beach! It’s very much a part of who we are. 

By including Water Awareness & Beach Safety principles into the Weet-Bix SurfGroms programs and educating those who want to learn to surf and stand up paddle board (SUP) at an early age, we can ensure every Weet-Bix SurfGrom has the skills and knowledge needed to enjoy the beach and the ocean safely for a lifetime.

Throughout the program — each of the 5 surf levels and 3 SUP levels — the following skills have been incorporated:

  • Water conditions

  • Surf survival

  • Basic First Aid

  • Water rescue skills

This ensures every member understands how to stay safe on the beach and in the water, and maybe even save a life of their own.

Swimming Requirements

Your child must be water confident to join Weet-Bix SurfGroms.  It is our expectation that your child can:

  • Float unassisted

  • Submerge without fear (open eyes underwater and demonstrate breath control i.e. blow bubbles underwater)

  • Free movement – move around confidently in an ocean environment independently and in a group situation

Initially, all water activities are conducted in shallow water (waist depth) only. This allows those with a limited swimming ability to participate in the program, enabling them to develop their skills and confidence in the water before moving up to the next skill level.

Ocean Awareness & Beach Safety

For many years, Surfing Australia has worked closely with our younger community to educate them about the beach environment they live in. Now, with the support of the Federal Government through the Australian Sports Commission (ASC), Surfing Australia has developed a cutting edge junior development program for children across Australia that not only teaches them an exhilarating new sport, but educates them in ALL aspects of ocean awareness and beach safety, including:

Surf Conditions – details the types of waves a Weet-Bix SurfGrom may encounter; how the wind and weather impacts surf conditions; how to recognise rips and other dangerous currents in the surf; understanding surfing etiquette; and how to protect the beach environment for future generations to enjoy.

Surf Survival & Ocean Rescue Skills – details the hazards Weet-Bix SurfGroms are likely to encounter and how to minimise and deal with these hazards safely and effectively. Dealing with sun exposure and over exposure to the cold; self rescue from the surf; identifying surfers and swimmers in difficulty and what to do; performing a basic board rescue; and understanding the different warnings and signals/flags used at the beach.