Olivia Smith-Kitto enjoyed her first surf lesson last year. Photo Sophie Jackson / Capricorn Coast Mirror
Olivia Smith-Kitto enjoyed her first surf lesson last year. Photo Sophie Jackson / Capricorn Coast Mirror Sophie Jackson

Surf's up dudettes

GIRLS Go Surfing is back on Farnborough Beach on the weekend of January 28 - 29 this year.

The Girls Go Surfing Day is the world's largest event-based surfing program, running for over 20 years and is a fantastic opportunity for local females to participate in surfing.

Girls of any age and ability are welcome.

And every participant will receive a free showbag containing a veritable wealth of great surfing goodies which also includes a Girls Go Surfing t-shirt.

Essentially a "grass-roots" learn-to-surf program targeting both non-surfers and beginners of all ages, the Girls Go Surfing Days encourages participants to undertake professional tuition delivered exclusively through Surfing Australia's national network of Surf Schools.

The cost of the lesson is $50 per person and there is never be more than eight students allocated for each instructor.

If you've never tried surfing before and always wanted to give it a go, this is a great opportunity to try this great summer sport.

To sign up for Girls Go Surfing contact Capricorn Coast Learn 2 Surf on 4939 2780 or 0408 765 595

FAST FACTS

What: Girls Go Surfing

Where: Farnborough Beach

When: January 28 - 29



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