Check Out Our Reviews4.9 out of 5 based on 153 reviews5.0 out of 5 starsJack C - May 10, 2017
Awesome customer service, told me everything I needed to know when buying my a wakeboard. Will be coming back4.5 out of 5 starsAlex S - May 7, 2017
Very nice experience hiring a high end mountain bike in Townsville and riding the trail in pallarenda under the radar.5.0 out of 5 starsRowena C - April 30, 2017
I survived my first Sup lesson this morning! Thanks Marvin for showing me how it's done. Great instructor, he took the time to watch my technique and had me paddling pretty well by the end of session. I would highly recommend these guys. Perfect start to a weekend!5.0 out of 5 starsKai S - April 21, 2017
Had a learn to surf SUP lesson with Marvin very knowledgeable, helpful and clam gets you up and surfing in no time highly recommend4.5 out of 5 starsAlisha T - February 14, 2017
I hired 2 inflatable boards they were great. Excellent customer service, could not have been any more helpful.IntheLoop Australia320-322 Flinders MallTowsnsville, QLD 4810Mobile Phone: 0415 837 484
Narrowneck (Main Beach)
Suitable for – Intermediate to Expert
Ideal wind directions – 10knots + Anything except westerly
Best tidal range – Any
Accommodation – Yes
Facilities – Nearest Public toilets, bars, restaurants, fast food shops and mini-marts are all a short drive from the launch area. (Main Beach)
Located – 5 minutes north of Surfers Paradise.
This is one of the more busy wave spots on the Gold Coast, it has some nice waves on the artificial reef and a few other waves off the sandbars. Outgoing or Incoming tides work best for the swell, and it can get quite messy at high tide.
Rig up & Launch on the beach, always launch kite facing the ocean. There is a car park right in front of the launch/land zone.
This is not a beginner spot, the waves can get quite big on some days, so make sure you are confidant kiter to get over them.
Respect the locals, and always give way to riders who are ON THE WAVE
Stay clear of the yellow and red flags, and if you need to cross them, ensure you are at LEAST 200m out the back before doing so.