Waves Surf School (Sydney, Australia) Reviews
Newest Review: ... camp. Shortly up the road we made a stop at a 'bottle-shop'.(the off-licence) and everyone scrambled around for the best deal. Back on the bus, spirits were high (literally) and suddenly everything got a bit blurrier, rowdier and more fun. Further up the road we stopped for food and a toilet break. The trip in the bus was long, it took around 5 hours or more, but the camp guides made it go faster by entertaining us with their antics. By the end of the bus journey, everyone was well acquainted. The bus had no seatbelts, which was slightly hair-raising at times. Some people, like me had travelled alone. Most were aged between 18 and 30, ... more
Customer Waves Surf School (Sydney, Australia) Reviews (2)
by Rach - written on 11/09/10
This was the worst time I had while in Australia. I lived there for 11 months and I regret wasting two days of those at Waves Surf School. I did the two night surf camp and it was horrible. The "camp" that you stay at should be condemned, we all (34 of us) had to sleep in two rooms, with holes in the window screens, no potable water, had to shower in bog water and was served food with flies cooked in it. The surfing was okay, but you had to drive quite a ways to get to the beaches from the "camp". I paid $500 for me and my boyfriend to go on the surf camp and I would have gladly paid another $500 to have not gone at all. Beware! This is a low, low, low budget surf camp. It was disgusting!
by - written on 23/07/09 (Very useful, 304 readings)
**Warning: This review contains 'Aussie-Slang' which will be translated in the brackets afterwards** :D **Introduction** During my nine-month trip to Australia, I stayed with my grandparents for several weeks. After a while I was craving company with younger people, and to get out of the area for a bit. I also wanted to try everything I could whilst on my trip to Australia. Whilst looking around tourist centres I came across leaflets for 'Waves Surf Camp'. I was intrigued and went to look at their website. They were offering a 3-day.2-night surf camp at Seals Rocks for only $199, all transport, food, lessons and accommodation included. This had ... Read the complete review