Wavegarden Scotland will be the first man-made surf park facility in Scotland. Using world-leading Wavegarden wave generating technology, Wavegarden Scotland will deliver high quality, authentic surfing waves to suit all abilities.
Multiple lagoon-side amenities will offer something for everyone, including:
  • A quality licensed café where you can have a coffee and watch the action, grab a post-surf snack on the run, or share a beer and a meal with friends after a session.
  • A fully equipped surf shop will allow you to try-before-you-buy your new surfing hardware, as well as providing wetsuit and board rentals.
  • The Academy, which will deliver training programmes for all levels of surfing (beginner to elite) and host a range of “surf-fit” styled personal and group fitness classes.
  • Ancillary ‘dry’ activities for all ages.
  • High quality landscaping integrating the built environment into the natural.

Wavegarden Scotland promises to be a compelling and iconic destination for surfers and non-surfers alike.


The planning application for Wavegarden Scotland has been submitted to the City of Edinburgh Council and is due to be determined on 25th April 2018.

Detailed Design activities will commence on planning determination, with construction scheduled to begin in 2019. Construction and commissioning activities will take the better part of a year, with Wavegarden Scotland due to open to guests in 2020.

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