Spend the morning paddling on the tranquil flat waters of Lillydale Lake. With all equipment provided, full instructions on land and an instructor-led group paddle on the water, this is a beautiful, relaxing way to start a day in the Yarra Valley.
Perfect for beginners and those with no paddling experience, our qualified instructors provide direct support and guidance to ensure a calm and easy morning floating on the lake.
No wetsuits or bathers required - this paddling experience is all about floating on the lake, never being in it, so gym/yoga wear and bare feet are all that's needed to immerse yourself in nature and see the Yarra Valley from a truly unique angle. Sessions run for one hour with the option to add an extra 30 minutes to the booking to enjoy a beginner's level SUP Yoga session.
$59 per person for one hour session including equipment hire. Add on SUP Yoga 30 minutes +$30 Discounts on groups available.
|$40.00 - $89.00|
$59 per person for one hour paddling, full instructions, guided lesson and all equipment provided. Add-on SUP Yoga option is an additional $30 per person.
SUP Yarra Valley operate weekly Stand Up Paddleboarding lessons on the tranquil, flat waters of Lillydale Lake, the gateway to the beautiful Yarra Valley. They run SUP Lessons, SUP Yoga, private lessons then themed SUP events such as Halloween Paddle and Christmas Floating Picnics.
Specifically tailored for beginners and those with no experience in SUPing, all equipment is provided. Riders are taught how to avoid falling in, so wetsuits and bathers are not required.
A land-based lesson is provided to each group before a qualified instructor accompanies all riders onto the lake providing direct guidance and instructions at all times. Riders are guided through easy-to-follow instructions as they find balance on the board.
Sessions run for one hour with additional 'add-on' options of a 30 min SUP Yoga or a 25 minute unguided walk around the easy flat track of the Lake's 2.5 km circumference available.
See the beautiful nature of the Yarra Valley from a completely new perspective.
Eight riders (plus your instructor) can be on the water at any one time. Groups larger than eight participate in a group land-based training and safety briefing altogether and then take turns on the water at intervals of 30 minutes.
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