Learn to Surf and SUP in the Warm Waters of Queensland

Experience Surfing & Stand Up Paddleboarding in the Bundaberg Region

Our locations include – Bargara, Mon Repos, Kellys Beach, & Elliotts Head

Here at Enviro Reefs Paddle & Surf, we help make the most of your surfing or stand up paddleboarding experiences.  Furthermore, we are situated at the heart of Queensland’s tropical coastline, and we are a locally owned and operated surf school and SUP school that offers inspirational surfing lessons and SUP lessons for every skill level.  From novice through to the most experienced surfer or paddler looking to improve their skills, we will provide you wit an unforgettable experience.  In addition, we supply all equipment including boards, and even wetsuits for the cooler months.  The Bundaberg and Bargara regions are the perfect place to learn to surf or SUP during your holiday in Queensland, Australia.  Bundaberg is far enough north to have warm weather all year round, but without the fear of stingers or crocodiles that can be found in the more northern locations.

PROGRESSION GUARANTEED


Progress up to six times faster than other Surf School or SUP School! Try us and find out why.

At Enviro Reefs Paddle and Surf School in Bargara we really care about your progression as a paddler and surfer. As a result, we are different to other surf and SUP schools that only aim for maximum numbers, we limit all our lessons to eight students per instructor to guarantee you get the most out of your lesson.  Therefore you are going to have more fun with us!

Meet the Instructors

Keith Drinkwater

Keith Drinkwater

Manager & Surf/SUP Instructor

Keith is the founder of Enviro Reefs, a keen surfer, stand up paddler and outrigger paddler. Keith is a legend in the area with a wealth of knowledge for his students to learn from.  His qualifications include; Surfing Australia and Queensland Accredited Coach, SLSQ Certificate.  Surfing Australia Judge and Official, Surfing Queensland Member, Gold Blue Card
Daren Keena

Daren Keena

Surf/SUP Instructor

Daren has been surfing for as long as he can remember. Daren really knows his stuff. His specialty is to provide support and training for people with disabilities on water and on land.
Daren is a fully accedited coach for standup paddleboarding and surfing.

Tahlee Taylor

Tahlee Taylor

Surf/SUP Instructor

Tahlee is a fantastic surfer and stand up paddler, she will make sure you get the most out of your lessons with her unique coaching style. Tahlee focuses mainly of surf lessons. She can often be found at the local breaks or the bigger surf down South ripping it up with the boys.
Tahlee is a fully accedited coach for stand up paddleboarding and surfing.

Meet our Instructors

Keith Drinkwater

Keith Drinkwater

Manager & Surf/SUP Instructor

Keith is the founder of Enviro Reefs, a keen surfer, stand up paddler and outrigger paddler. Keith is a legend in the area with a wealth of knowledge for his students to learn from.  His qualifications include; Surfing Australia and Queensland Accredited Coach, SLSQ Certificate.  Surfing Australia Judge and Official, Surfing Queensland Member, Gold Blue Card
Daren Keena

Daren Keena

Surf/SUP Instructor

Daren has been surfing for as long as he can remember. Daren really knows his stuff. His specialty is to provide support and training for people with disabilities on water and on land.
Daren is a fully accedited coach for standup paddleboarding and surfing.

Tahlee Taylor

Tahlee Taylor

Surf/SUP Instructor

Tahlee is a fantastic surfer and stand up paddler, she will make sure you get the most out of your lessons with her unique coaching style. Tahlee focuses mainly of surf lessons. She can often be found at the local breaks or the bigger surf down South ripping it up with the boys.
Tahlee is a fully accedited coach for stand up paddleboarding and surfing.

Mon Repas

Mon Repos

Only a couple of kilometres north of Bargara, Mon Repos is famous as the largest and most accessible turtle rookery in mainland Australia. During the day, Mon Repos is popular for swimming and sailing; however, the turtle nests must be taken into account. No dogs are allowed on the beach and beach umbrellas should not be used above the high water mark as they may damage the eggs.

​At the southern end of the beach, the estuary of Coach-house Creek drains a tidal mangrove community. A variety of wildlife can be seen in this area. Bert Hinkler’s historic glider flights happened here and at the age of nineteen, he attained the height of 30 feet in his first solo effort. The Kanaka Wall is a well-preserved piece of history. Kanakas were Melanesians from the South Pacific Islands who were indentured to work in Queensland cane fields during the period from 1879 to 1904. Part of their work was to clear volcanic rocks to allow cultivation of fields. The rocks were packed together to form fences and these could be seen all over the district.

Kellys Beach

Kellys Beach Bargara

Kelly’s Beach is situated to the south of Bargara township itself, offering a open water surf beach along its length with a tidal lagoon at its southern end and a tidal rock pool at the north end that is popular with families to sit and swim in. Being a patrolled beach during the summer months and close proximity to shopping, the golf course, caravan park and waterfront walks, this beach is often the choice of many for their recreational activities.
Featuring a nice sheltered BBQ and shower/toilet block, plenty of car parking and another adjacent beach (Archies) Kelly’s is definitely a beach to experience and spend some time at.

Elliott Heads

Elliott Heads

Elliott Heads is situated at the Elliot River mouth and offers both surf and calm water swimming. It is also a popular spot for wind and kite surfing while the fishing is good from the shore or on nearby reefs. Sandstone cliffs form an interesting headland and the rocky foreshore is fun to explore. A shady, landscaped caravan park is adjacent to the beach, as are a number of pleasant picnic spots with barbecue and toilet facilities. Surf lifesavers patrol the designated swimming areas during the summer season. This is a great family holiday destination.

Elliott Heads along with Riverview are the southernmost of the local beaches situated at the mouth of the Elliott River, and are surrounded by rural cane and small crop farms. Unit and cabin accommodation is available. Only 18 kilometers from the city, access is via Elliott Heads Road.

Mon Repas

Mon Repos

Only a couple of kilometres north of Bargara, Mon Repos is famous as the largest and most accessible turtle rookery in mainland Australia. During the day, Mon Repos is popular for swimming and sailing; however, the turtle nests must be taken into account. No dogs are allowed on the beach and beach umbrellas should not be used above the high water mark as they may damage the eggs.

​At the southern end of the beach, the estuary of Coachhouse Creek drains a tidal mangrove community. A variety of wildlife can be seen in this area. Bert Hinkler’s historic glider flights happened here and at the age of nineteen, he attained the height of 30 feet in his first solo effort. The Kanaka Wall is a well-preserved piece of history. Kanakas were Melanesians from the South Pacific Islands who were indentured to work in Queensland canefields during the period from 1879 to 1904. Part of their work was to clear volcanic rocks to allow cultivation of fields. The rocks were packed together to form fences and these could be seen all over the district.

Kellys Beach

Kellys Beach Bargara

Kelly’s Beach is situated to the south of Bargara township itself, offering a open water surf beach along its length with a tidal lagoon at its southern end and a tidal rock pool at the north end that is popular with families to sit and swim in. Being a patrolled beach during the summer months and close proximity to shopping, the golf course, caravan park and waterfront walks, this beach is often the choice of many for their recreational activities.
Featuring a nice sheltered BBQ and shower/toilet block, plenty of car parking and another adjacent beach (Archies) Kelly’s is definitely a beach to experience and spend some time at.

Elliott Heads

Elliott Heads

Elliott Heads is situated at the Elliot River mouth and offers both surf and calm water swimming. It is also a popular spot for wind and kite surfing while the fishing is good from the shore or on nearby reefs. Sandstone cliffs form an interesting headland and the rocky foreshore is fun to explore. A shady, landscaped caravan park is adjacent to the beach, as are a number of pleasant picnic spots with barbecue and toilet facilities. Surf lifesavers patrol the designated swimming areas during the summer season. This is a great family holiday destination.

Elliott Heads along with Riverview are the southernmost of the local beaches situated at the mouth of the Elliott River, and are surrounded by rural cane and small crop farms. Unit and cabin accommodation is available. Only 18 kilometers from the city, access is via Elliott Heads Road.

Our Surfing & SUPing destinations are some of the best in Australia

Our surf school and SUP school locations are some of the most beautiful beaches in Queensland. Our area is located perfectly in Queensland, Australia. All locations are only a short 20 minute drive from the centre of Bundaberg, or even closer from Bargara. Our area is located only five hours north of the Gold Coast, and even closer to Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Agnes Water 1770 and Rockhampton. We are located in a prime location on the east coast – north enough to be warm all year round, but south enough to avoid hazards such as stingers and crocodiles.  So we hope to see you come and learn to surf or experience Stand Up Paddleboarding in one of our beautiful locations soon!

Contact Enviro Reefs Paddle & Surf School

 

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Contact Email: aqua11@tpg.com.au

From Australia:
Phone: 07 4159 0030
Mobile: 0428 889 556
Mobile: 0417 590 050

 From Overseas:
Phone: +61 741 590 030
Mobile: +61 428 889 556
Mobile: +61 417 590 050