Shark Bay Kitesurfing School, Denham, Western Australia

Shark Bay Kitesurfing School

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Denham, Western Australia

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10 Hughes Street,
Western Australia

Shark Bay Kitesurfing School aims to promote the sport of kiteboarding with focus on best practice safety, rider enjoyment, as well as respect of the natural environment. They are committed to serving both their community, as well as visitors from around the world, teaching them the safest way to kitesurfing in spectacular location in Western Australia. Their goal is to create independent riders with an excellent level of knowledge and skills that will set them up for a lifetime of creating memories on the water....

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  • Adventure and Outdoors Tours
  • Sports Tours
  • Customised


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  • Beginner Kitesurfing Lesson

    Shark Bay Kitesurfing School, Denham, Western Australia

    Learn faster and challenge yourself by taking a private one-on-one kitesurfing lesson with Shark Bay Kitesurfing. Kitesurfing lessons take place everyday as long as the weather, in particular the winds are suitable. The kiteboarding lessons designed to maximize learning are conducted one-on-one with an experienced kiteboarding instructor. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a beginner or not, they can tailor the lesson to suit your needs. No experience is necessary. This lesson suits the beginner, intermediate and advanced kiteboarder. They use the latest gear allowing for maximum progression, safety and security in a supportive learning environment. Shark Bay Kitesurfing is the only KA (Kiteboarding Australia) Accredited School in Shark Bay.

  • Intermediate Kitesurfing Lesson

    Shark Bay Kitesurfing School, Denham, Western Australia

    In the Intermediate Kitesurfing Lesson, they start rigging and pre-flight the kite and check the water-based kites. Water-based site assessment include an introduction to weather, tides, assessments and dangers. After they recap the essentials of communication and launching signals, they practise the basic downwind and body drag technique including stopping technique. They recap the first body dragging and the first downwind body dragging including various techniques.

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