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Surf’s up this summer with Council’s Learn to Surf program, an added feature on one
of the days of its annual Bus to Beach initiative.
The three free Bus-to-Beach services operate on 10,12, 17 and 19 January, with
various pick-up points:
9.00am - The Roundabout Youth Centre, Helen Street (cnr Carlingford Road),
9.15am - Greenacre Area Community Centre, 171a Waterloo Road,
9.30am - 69 The Mall, Bankstown (Paul Keating Park side, opposite Lincraft).
9.00am - Panania Railway Station (Weston Street side);
9.15am - Revesby Railway Station (Blamey Street side); and
9.30am - Padstow Railway Station (Howard Road side).
9am - Belmore Youth Resource Centre, Redman Parade, Belmore; and
9.15am - Riverwood Community Centre, Belmore Road North, Riverwood.
The Learn to Surf opportunity occurs on Thursday 12 January, with local youth invited to jump on board to learn how to paddle, stand and surf for just $10, which includes lunch.
Administrator, Richard Colley, said spots are limited so those interested must register at https://2017youthprogram.eventbrite.com.au or call Council’s Customer Service Centre on 9707 9000 by Friday 6 January.
“It’s a great time to head to the beach to learn a new skill at a fraction of the price
these summer holidays,” Mr Colley said.
“It’s an added bonus that they and their families get to ride the bus for free and don’t
have to stress about driving or parking.”
Seats on the buses are limited so it is on a first come, first served basis, with all
returning buses leaving Cronulla Beach at 3pm sharp.
11/01/2017 10:27 AM