Lancelin Surf Camp 2020
The Outdoor Education Department will be running four surf trips to Lancelin in 2020
Surf Camp 1
Depart: Friday 1 May at 3:45pm from the Outdoor Education Department
Return: Sunday 3 May April approximately 3pm at the Outdoor Education Department
Surf Camp 2
Depart: Friday 8 May at 3:45pm from the Outdoor Education Department
Return: Sunday 10 May approximately 3pm at the Outdoor Education Department
Surf Camp 3
Depart: Friday 15 May at 3:45pm from the Outdoor Education Department
Return: Sunday 17 May approximately 3pm at the Outdoor Education Department
Surf Camp 4
Depart: Friday 22 May at 3:45pm from the Outdoor Education Department
Return: Sunday 24 May approximately 3pm at the Outdoor Education Department
As with all of our surfing programs, the lessons cover a variety of aspects including beach and water safety, surfing technique, wave selection and individual improvements. We use a variety of learner to advanced boards and it is compulsory for all students to wear wetsuits and surfing specific helmets.
Students will stay in 8 person private self-contained chalets at Windsurfer Break Chalets.
St Hilda’s have exclusive use of the Chalets and no members of the public will be there during our stay.
We provide all meals and snacks. Dinners are a communal event that takes place at the Chalet’s outside eating area and usually consists of a BBQ & Salads.
Students are provided with breakfast and lunch ingredients and are responsible within their chalet to self-manage these meals, including cleaning up.
3 x 3 Hour Surfing lessons with Surfing WA qualified coaches.
Students are separated in to rough ability groups and allocated 1 or 2 surfing coaches per group. We have 5 surf coaches to a max of 24 students.
All equipment is provided and includes surfboards, wetsuits and ‘Gath’ surfing helmets.
Transport to and from Lancelin is in the St Hilda’s 22 seater Coaster bus, the St Hilda’s 12 seater people mover van and the Toyota Prado.
The Toyota Prado will remain on the beach during all surf lessons.
Medical details for students will be taken from the student records data base. If your daughter’s medical history has recently changed, please email email@example.com
If your daughter is on any prescribed medications, please clearly label them with all relevant details and hand them to the attending staff before departure.
All St Hilda’s Outdoor Ed staff are Wilderness First Aid qualified. There is a Silver Chain Nursing post in Lancelin.
Enrolments for the Lancelin surf trips will be emailed to all families towards the end of term 1.
The consent link and program updates will be emailed to all families in Term 1