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Best place to learn in NSW?

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Created by overint 3 months ago, 6 Mar 2017
overint
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6 Mar 2017 7:51PM
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Hey guys!

I'm back to work in a week, wondering where the best place to learn in sydney is?
I've had a few lessons overseas (IKO, good school) but the conditions were pretty bad, I got all the basics down up to the point of getting up and riding a few times.

Want to go on a little holiday at the same time, I live in sydney. Was looking at old bar, and Kite Muddies school (know others who learned there), but their website and facebook is gone (closed down)?

Otherwise, there seems to be a few schools in the jervis bay area. Somewhere that does lessons in the week would be prefered.

Any suggestions would be appreciated, thanks

bigtone667
NSW, 704 posts
20 Mar 2017 3:16PM
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overint said..
Hey guys!

I'm back to work in a week, wondering where the best place to learn in sydney is?
I've had a few lessons overseas (IKO, good school) but the conditions were pretty bad, I got all the basics down up to the point of getting up and riding a few times.

Want to go on a little holiday at the same time, I live in sydney. Was looking at old bar, and Kite Muddies school (know others who learned there), but their website and facebook is gone (closed down)?

Otherwise, there seems to be a few schools in the jervis bay area. Somewhere that does lessons in the week would be prefered.

Any suggestions would be appreciated, thanks


Question: Why wouldn't you learn at say, Botany Bay, and get your basic skills up and then go on kiting weekends north or south of Sydney?

kitepac81
NSW, 31 posts
4 Apr 2017 8:51AM
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Also in the same boat I'll be at botany practicing kite skills in the off season conditions permitting at least 2 days a week I think botany is as good as anywhere



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