They stock Pryde and North sails (picture) , and have a large quantity in stock (picture) . They have Tiga, Bic, JP and F2 boards, (picture) , as well as a range of kiting gear (picture) , as well as all the usual hardware (picture).
Reg, (picture) a sailboarding identity in WA, owns the shop. Reg is knowledgable an helpful with all your requirements as are all the staff. They have a good collection of windsurfing and kitesurfing gear. Well worth a visit if you need to buy something. I have bought most of my windsurfing gear there over the last few years.
Contact Details are here.
Kite addiction is the kite shop associated with Windsurfing Perth. It is run by Daniel and is situated on the upper level of Windurfing Perth.
Kite Addiction deals mainly in Cabrinha, Naish and Gaastra. Its stock is quite extensive and is a must visit place for your kiting requirements.
Their web page is here.
Windforce is on the old Pelican Point site in Nedlands. They stock both windsurfing and kitesurfing gear.
Their web page can be found here . It is quite extensive and has an on line catalog showing their products and prices.
2nd Wind sailboards have a large range of new Mistral an Starboard boards (picture) and second hand boards (picture) They also sell new Tushingham and KA sails, as well as having a large stock of second hand sails (picture). They also provide lessons (at Applecross) and have hire gear. Call in and speak to Jez (picture).
Contact details can be found here.
The SOS Surf Company is a Surf and Sailboard shop in Fremantle. They stock a large number of good brands, and have knowledgeable sailing staff. They have a web page describing their location and resources.
Airborne Kitesurfing is mainly (completely?) a Windrush distributor. They stock a large amount of gear however and have some cheap deals.
Their web site can be viewed here. here.
SurfSail Australia has a large inventory of Windsurfing, kitesurfing and surf gear.
They have new and second hand gear, such as Goya and Ezzy Sails, Goya boards and masts and booms to suit most people.
They are also the distributor of Thule roof racks, and will hire roof racks out for most makes of cars at reasonable rates. This is very useful for those doing the Windsurfari with hire cars. It should be noted that the addition of roof racks to hire cares may void insurance contracts. It is useful to check on that.
They have a comprehensive and useful web page. On this page you can find out about all their services, from new and used gear sales, gear hire, lessons, etc.
Werner's Hot Spot is a gear hire business in Lancelin. If you want to sail in Lancelin, and don't want to bring you own gear, then Werner has all the gear for you. Werner's service is very convenient and reasonably priced. You can exchange boards and sails as the conditions require, and the gear is there and set up for you when you want it.
You need to contact Werner with your requirements before going to Lancelin, he does not have the same presence on the beach as he has had for several years.
His web page is available here.
Lancelin Surf Sports stocks a few odds and ends for windsurfing and possibly kitesurfing. It isn't that great a resource for the windsurfer any more. It does stock clothes, shoes, diving gear, fishing gear, surf-boards, etc.
Geraldton Surf and Sail has closed its shop. It is still running an on line shop however. Their web page details the on line business.
The GSpot has closed its shop and is now just an on line store. Their web site is here. It seems that they can provide a lot of gear.
There are several other sailboard shops in Perth and surrounding suburbs. The local 'Yellow Pages' details many sailboard shops, and is worth a try if the suggestions above can't meet your requirements. The Australian Yellow Pages is available on line. Note that you want to specify the state as WA.
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