Stillwater Paddleboards offer the perfect introduction to stand up paddleboarding, designed to get you standing upright paddling confidently on your first lesson. No need to worry about falling off, that is easy too.
This is a good all round beginner’s class, which can be repeated many times to help build your confidence (a prerequisite for all tour paddles). In addition you will learn correct paddling techniques, basic water safety specific to the sport, board handling and environmental awareness – and most importantly how much fun you can have. 90 minutes of pure fun. You will be hooked after your first session.
Classes are held regularly at all regional locations: Bendigo and Cohuna and private bookings available at Nagambie Lakes.
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Please see the website for scheduled classes available at Bendigo, Cohuna. All private bookings can be made directly through Stillwater Paddleboards.
Stillwater Paddleboards is central Victoria's only Standup Paddleboard school affiliated with Surfing Australia. Operating from three regional locations in Bendigo, Cohuna and Nagambie, giving country communities and tourists the opportunity to learn and experience the sport on safe, flat picturesque inland waterways.
Age, ability and experience are no barrier for this amazing sport, which is said to be one of the fastest growing water sports worldwide. They offer a wide variety of options to enjoy your experience, from introduction classes, private group bookings, wetland and river tours to yoga and private training. Sessions can be tailored to your individual groups needs, from a work or social club function to a small family package. The choices are endless.
The staff and coaches at Stillwater Paddleboards are friendly, experienced and qualified, ensuring your experience is safe and fun. They endeavour to create a relaxed and welcoming environment for you, your friends and family. 'Get on Board' and have time time of your life, you never know where it will take you.
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