24th Girls Go Surfing Day hits Australian beaches
Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 4 December, 2013 - Coolangatta, Queensland -- The annual Girls Go Surfing Day - the world’s longest running female learn-to-surf program – hits Australian beaches this weekend.
In its 24th year, the Girls Go Surfing Day encourages female non-surfers and beginners of all ages to experience the thrill of surfing with their friends and family.
The day will promote the benefits surfing provides for the fitness and well-being to females of all ages.
To be run on 7th-8th December, the program is held nationally at more than 40 schools through the Surfing Australia Surf Schools Network ensuring the lessons are conducted professionally in a safe and enjoyable environment.
The event will take place across a vast selection of Australia’s beautiful beaches at the perfect time of year to introduce new participants to the iconic Australian pastime of surfing.
For entry details and a full list of participating surf schools in your area please visit the website. The Girls Go Surfing Day is proudly supported by Surfing Australia and Rip Curl.