What to Bring?

What you need for class: 

– Roller Skates 
– Protective Gear: Helmet, Wrist guards, Elbow-Pads & Kneepads
– Water Bottle

What to Wear?

Please wear comfy active wear – nothing too flowy or long that could get caught in your wheels. 

We totally encourage playfulness and self-expression (and love a party) so will often have optional dress-up themes. 

You can check in on the Facebook member group for ‘Theme of the Week’. 

You don’t ever need to buy anything new to dress up though! 


Check your skates regularly to ensure there’s no loose screws & your wheels are rolling easily.

 Check stoppers haven’t worn down and your laces are tied correctly.

Softer wheels are best for learning. 

Our workshop leaders can show you how to do this and we encourage you to come along to a Skate Shack Sale so we can check them. 

Email us if you need your skates checked well before the term of skating starts. hello@surfcoastrollerskaters.com.au 

If you have any questions – you can get in touch with us at any time and we can help you.

I'm new here – where to start?

Our classes are graded to your experience – beginners, intermediate and advanced. I

f you’re new and consider yourself an intermediate skater, we’d encourage you to join the beginners class so we can assess your abilities and allow you to get to know the school and the way we roll! 

If you are feeling nervous reach out and ask any questions. 

We have people of all ages starting for the first time ever and can support you to get rolling. 

Where are the classes?

Classes are held all over Regional Victoria, Surf Coast, Bellarine & Golden Plains shires. 

We can also travel interstate or internationally so please get in touch to customise a skate program. 

Weekday Class currently at – Bellbrae Hall. 90 School Road, Bellbrae, 3228 


Weekend Class currently at – Wurdi Baierr Stadium, Torquay 3228 

What do the classes involve?

Each class is tailored to different levels and abilities as per the individuals’ experiences.

All classes will improve your fitness through strength, balance and cardio. The classes are designed to be lots of fun and encourage self-expression through music, different genres of dance, games, obstacles, drills and exploring genres of skating like park skating, street skating, dance skating, speed skating etc.


We believe everyone should be able to enjoy skating and encourage anyone who may have extra requirements to allow them to participate to get in touch and we can work with you to create a tailored and personalised skate experience.

We wholeheartedly welcome the LGBTQIA+ community and all Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders when accessing classes.

We appreciate this is a challenging time for many people financially so encourage potential participants to get in touch to discuss payment/payment plans