Warwick Lee, the Kite Republic SUP Centre manager runs morning training groups three times per week, as well as a number of weekend Ocean Paddles when there’s a gap in the race schedule.
The HMB Sup Vic Training Group is a collective of like-minded people who not only enjoy the buzz of stand up paddling, but also enjoy the fitness, health and mental benefits it brings. They are very inclusive and welcome people to come and train with them, despite ability level, fitness or whatever board you paddle.
This is an open invitation to finally stop thinking about it and a great chance to actually do it. So, if you think it’s time to step it up, then please feel free to join. If you have any questions, get in touch with Kite Republic to be briefed on what's required.
KR SUP CENTRE runs morning training groups 3 times per week as well as a number of weekend Ocean Paddles.
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Contact Kite Republic or visit the website to enquire.
Kite Republic specialises in kiteboarding and stand-up paddle boarding and has Australia's most active and passionate Kiteboarding Shop, School and Club.
Whether you are keen for a leisurely stand-up paddle boarding cruise through the yachts in the St Kilda harbour, interested in seeing the Melbourne city skyline from a new angle, or keen on trying stand-up paddle boarding for the first time - Kite Republic can cater for all interests and skill levels.
Kite Republic the original St Kilda kite school, operates year around. Join one of their kite boarding experiences for a taster or the full course - private and group lesson packages are available.
The enthusiastic and fun staff are highly qualified, passionate and fantastic at what they do. They can cater for all people seeking a fun and accessible nature-based outdoor sports driven by the wind and water.
Stop by their shop located at the St Kilda Sea Baths, say hi and get involved.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
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