Lancelin Surf School


Lancelin, WA, Australia




Office phone: 0467489994



Learn how to surf and have surf lessons at Lancelin Surf School an ASI accredited learn to surf school, located at Lancelin, a 90-minute drive north of Perth, WA.  

Lancelin Surf is owned and operated by ASI surf instructor Ryan Leat who runs lessons and his wife Freya who manages the bookings and marketing. 

Ryan originally from the South East of England, learnt to surf in Cornwall the UK’s capital for surfing. After meeting Freya, the couple moved to Australia where they arrived in Lancelin in 2013. They instantly fell in love with the area. 

They set up the school as they wanted to share their love of the ocean and enable others to experience the thrill of catching waves on one of the best beaches in the world. 

There has not been a surf school in Lancelin for many years so Ryan and Freya saw an opportunity to set up a school and provide a surfing experience to both locals and tourists.

Lancelin Surf School offers group and private surfing lessons, Surf Wise beginner surfing certificate courses, team building, surfing awareness for kids, adults, parties, hens and stag parties and corporates.  

Lessons are designed for anyone who would love to experience the thrill of surfing. All ages and abilities welcome.

Ryan and Freya want people to come away from a lesson with them feeling like they want more - the way they felt when they caught our first waves.

Surf and body board and wetsuit rentals are also available. 

A car park is available right by the beach for parking. The school also has access to toilets and showers for changing.

Sessions are held on Lancelin beach.

Lancelin beach is a long stretch of beach protected by an outer reef.  The waves are ideal for beginners.  They are perfectly with long rides over soft sand, making it loads of fun.

It is not uncommon to share a wave with the pod of dolphins which call Lancelin home. To the north is Edward’s Island – a nature reserve which attracts much marine life including seabirds and seals. To the south is nothing but crisp white sand and turquoise water as far as the eye can see.

Looking back to shore from the water you will see beautiful sand dunes which are protected nature reserves. 

  • World famous wind & kite surfing destination
  • Pinnacles
  • Sand dunes – sandboarding
  • Renowned diving spot – 14 shipwrecks along the coastline
  • World class fishing – Dhu Fish, Snapper, Balchin,