Ride Coolangatta, Kirra, Greenmount, Rainbow Bay and Snapper Rocks - Ride a Ninebot and become an Electric Surfer!


World Surfing

Tour of the 8th

The First Guided


Don’t miss out, limited spaces available

Booking Information

Bookings are preferred to avoid disappointment. We have a maximum of 6 people per tour.

Tour Times

Our Tours run Tuesday to Saturday
9:00am - 10:00am
11:00am - 12:00am

1:00pm – 1.30pm
2:00pm - 2:30pm

3:00pm - 4:00pm
5:00pm – 6:00pm

1 Hour Ride
Adult $79 | Child/ Concession $49

30 Minute Ride
Adult $39 | Child/ Concession $29

What is a Ninebot

What is a Ninebot PTR? The Ninebot Personal Transportation Robot (PTR) is a new form of intelligent electric balancing vehicle.

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About the tour

The first and only guided Ninebot-Segway tour of Coolangatta, featuring the southern beaches of the 8th World Surfing Reserve.

We start with a 5-minute introduction to help you get used to your personal transportation robot.

The 30-minute tour commences adjacent to the Tweed Heads & Coolangatta Surf Club then proceeds to Kirra Point, following the beach promenade past and Coolangatta and returns to Greenmount Beach (Australian home of the Hokey Pokey).

The 1-hour tour commences adjacent to the Tweed Heads & Coolangatta Surf Club then proceeds to Kirra Point, classed by many as the best wave in the world.

We then ride to Snapper Rocks*, following the beach promenade past Coolangatta, Greenmount Beach, Rainbow Bay and then back to Greenmount Beach to share photos and stories.

*Snapper Rocks is a legendary surf break and is home to the Quiksilver Pro, which is the first event on the World Surf League tour.

What is a Ninebot?

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