Located on the beautiful island of Tasmania, Derwent Valley SUP School is a great place to paddle in the area! Perfect Paddles recommends checking out their beginner lessons for a complete understanding of SUP!
Learn how to SUP and have SUP lessons at Derwent Stand Up Paddle Board School, an ASI accredited learn to stand up paddle school located at New Norfolk, Tasmania. Only 40 minutes (37kms) drive from Hobart.
Derwent Valley Stand Up Paddle Board School is owned and operated by Cameron Douglas. He is an experienced paddler and enjoys flat water paddling and surfing SUP up to double overhead. He began paddling, after a friend introduced him to the sport and has never looked back. He’s been instructing ever since.
Cameron unexpectedly fell in love with SUP and wanted to share the joy of the sport with others. He is thrilled to see confidence build and the joy on people’s faces who have never tried it before. It’s also a great way to exercise and explore beautiful areas.
Cameron holds ASI level 1 SUP instructor qualification as well as first aid and rescue qualifications. He is assisted in the SUP School by ASI accredited SUP instructors.
Derwent Valley Stand Up Paddle Board's offers both private and group lessons and tours SUP Wise certificate program to all ages and abilities, groups, schools and corporates.
The SUP school also specialises in offering lessons to middle aged people who might need a boost to get out and get active.
SUP lessons and tours are held on the flat calm Derwent River. It’s a narrow river between sheer mountain drop offs and lush, green pastures with willow trees dropping into the water. It creates an amazing atmosphere! There are regular sightings of water wildlife like Platypus on the still river.
Cameron’s experience and enthusiasm to get people motivated to enjoy and learn SUP is reflected in the comments he receives from his customers. They say: “I loved it, where can I buy a board?” And “Can I bring a friend next time?”
Learn to paddle at Derwent River, New Norfolk, Tasmania. Have fun, get fit, learn a new sport and see some amazing wildlife along the stunning Derwent River.
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