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Created by clod 2 months ago, 25 Dec 2020
clod
1 posts
25 Dec 2020 8:50AM
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Hi all,

My daughter and I want to start doing kitesurfing.Both of us without experience , my daughter is 12. We would like to learn kitesurfing from the beginning with an experienced instructor.
We live at North Sydney, and can drive to Central Coast or Botany if necessary.

Could you please advise where we can learn in a friendly and safe place.
Thanks

cauncy
WA, 8092 posts
29 Dec 2020 8:18PM
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You tube

raggedflyer
WA, 62 posts
29 Dec 2020 8:42PM
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Helpful as usual

Clod, maybe try asking in the NSW section? You may find a useful response.

Sandfoot
VIC, 501 posts
30 Dec 2020 10:59AM
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Pretty sure Kite power Botany Bay is the best bet, you will have google them ??

cauncy
WA, 8092 posts
30 Dec 2020 6:15PM
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cauncy said..
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Helpful as usual

Clod, maybe try asking in the NSW section? You may find a useful response.


What, that's what I did

listery
QLD, 69 posts
31 Dec 2020 9:58AM
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clod if you resort to using YouTube to learn how to kite, there's a slight chance that you could end up landing on your head like you know who

KPSS Used
NSW, 313 posts
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11 Jan 2021 12:17PM
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clod said..
Hi all,

My daughter and I want to start doing kitesurfing.Both of us without experience , my daughter is 12. We would like to learn kitesurfing from the beginning with an experienced instructor.
We live at North Sydney, and can drive to Central Coast or Botany if necessary.

Could you please advise where we can learn in a friendly and safe place.
Thanks


Kitepower runs lessons every windy day in Botany Bay.
www.kitepower.com.au/pages/kitesurfing-lessons

Bowerboy
NSW, 113 posts
13 Jan 2021 2:59PM
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I have just completed three lessons with Riccardo from kite power. I'm up and riding and feeling safe and confident. I notice that some of the other beginners who skipped the lessons have no idea how to waterstart and even walk up the beach with the kite in the safest way.

The advantage of getting proper lessons is that you are hooked up by a headset. That way you get immediate instruction on how to manage the kite.

I would recommend lessons as the safest and quickest way to progress.

Zigs
NSW, 34 posts
6 Feb 2021 9:19PM
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cauncy said..
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That's how I learnt mostly
worked a treat

OliviaMB
15 posts
8 Feb 2021 5:38PM
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clod said..
Hi all,

My daughter and I want to start doing kitesurfing.Both of us without experience , my daughter is 12. We would like to learn kitesurfing from the beginning with an experienced instructor.
We live at North Sydney, and can drive to Central Coast or Botany if necessary.

Could you please advise where we can learn in a friendly and safe place.
Thanks


KBL or Kitepower in Botany Bay - I have only started learning this year and unless you are a super experienced windsurfer there is no way you should attempt this without a few lessons!



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