Cruiser Surf Sessions
What are the Cruiser surf session waves like?
Our Cruiser Surf Sessions offer fun, gentle greenwater waves at The Point – providing a bridge between our current Play In The Bays and Intermediate Surf Sessions. It features three of our po...
What is the ride length of Cruiser surf session waves?
Cruiser surf session waves run for around 16-18 seconds, allowing for multiple manoeuvres each wave.
Where are the Cruiser surf sessions
The Cruiser surf sessions are run at The Point. There are lefts and rights and can offer a variety of different cruisey wave types.
Are there barrelling waves in Cruiser surf session?
Our Cruiser Surf Sessions offer fun, gentle greenwater waves at The Point – providing a bridge between our current Play In The Bays and Intermediate Surf Sessions. If you wish to have barreling wav...
Surfing Cruiser Surf Sessions
What surfing ability level are Cruiser surf sessions suited to?
Our Cruiser Surf Sessions are suitable for novice-level surfers who are learning the basics, understand surfing etiquette, and can comfortably surf unassisted. You should be able to paddle, take-of...
How long is a Cruiser surf session?
Cruiser surf sessions run for 1 hour in duration, including 55 minutes in-the-water surfing time, and 5 minutes to enter and clear the water at the beginning and end of each session.
How many surfers are there in each Cruiser surf session?
Each side of the Point can accommodate up to 18 surfers per hour session, or 36 surfers in total across the two Point zones.
How many waves will I catch per hour?
Even when we’re fully booked, each surfer should score around 10-12 waves per session (that is, opportunities to catch waves – once it comes, it’s up to you how you ride it!). When we’re less busy,...
What time should I arrive for my surf session?
If you’re booked in for a surf session, we recommend arriving 45 minutes ahead of your session to allow plenty of time to check in, enter the park, get your gear, get changed, and get ready for...
How do you manage crowds?
Surfer priority (or right of way) is managed with a strict (but fair) one-at-a-time system – wait your turn, and when your wave comes, it’s yours. Snaking (paddling inside another surfer to “steal”...
Boards, Wetsuits and Surfing Equipment
Can I hire boards, wetsuits and surf equipment?
Yes! Our Surf Rental centre offers an incredible range of softboards, shortboards, longboards, handplanes and bodyboards, wetsuits and wetsuit accessories (namely hoods and booties), fins and surf ...
Can I bring my own board, wetsuit and gear?
You sure can! Bring as many boards, wetsuits and gear that you can carry – URBNSURF Melbourne is the perfect place to refine your equipment.
What boards can I ride?
You can ride any form of surfboard, handplane or bodyboard, including finless boards, softboards, fishes, shortboards, mini-mals and longboards. Stand-up paddleboards (SUPs), kayaks and other forms...
Can I take a surf lesson, or receive surf coaching, in Cruiser surf sessions?
Cruiser surf sessions do not include surf coaching, we do have amazing Surf Academy crew with a large range surf lesson products available to suit all levels of surfers. Find out more informati...
Photos and Videos
Can I purchase photos and videos?
URBNSURF offers professional photography services on-site at the URBNSURF Green Room hut in Melbourne. Whether you want the perfect shot of your first surf lesson for Instagram, or a sequence of ph...