Removal of Tagged Shark Detection System

June 22nd, 2017

Mul­laloo Surf Life Sav­ing Club (SLSC) will soon remove the tagged shark detec­tion buoys located in front of the Club. The buoys and pub­lic alert sys­tem pro­vided over a kilo­me­tre of tagged shark detec­tion and auto­matic alarms along the main beach.

Despite exhaus­tive attempts to engage com­mer­cial spon­sors, gov­ern­ment from both sides of pol­i­tics and local gov­ern­ment, no finan­cial sup­port has been found to main­tain or expand the trial of the cur­rent sys­tem. The new State gov­ern­ment has indi­cated that it will con­tinue to fund Surf Life Sav­ing West­ern Aus­tralia (SLSWA) to main­tain its sup­port of the cur­rent shark mit­i­ga­tion ini­ti­ates.

The asso­ci­ated mem­o­ran­dum of under­stand­ing between Mul­laloo SLSC and Curtin Uni­ver­sity (Cen­tre for Marine Sci­ence and Tech­nol­ogy) for research into acoustic detec­tion of tagged sharks will now focus on other oppor­tu­ni­ties to col­lab­o­rate.

Mul­laloo SLSC is obvi­ously dis­ap­pointed to have to decom­mis­sion this inno­v­a­tive appli­ca­tion of tech­nol­ogy that enhanced the aware­ness and safety of beach goers at Mul­laloo. It has been the source of some insight­ful acoustic detec­tion stud­ies con­ducted over the last few years. Mul­laloo SLSC’s research col­lab­o­ra­tion with Curtin Uni­ver­sity has been much appre­ci­ated.

The Mul­laloo SLSC would like to acknowl­edge and thank all who assisted and spon­sors that pro­vided equip­ment and asso­ci­ated ser­vices, includ­ing RPS MetO­cean Pty Ltd, Whit­fords Sea Res­cue and Thhink Wire­less Tech­nolo­gies Ltd.

There remain two Depart­ment of Fish­eries tagged shark detec­tion buoys located approx­i­mately 600 meters off the beach at Mul­laloo. Any detec­tion from these units goes directly to SLSWA twit­ter feed, based on satel­lite com­mu­ni­ca­tions. There will be no instant siren and red light alert at Mul­laloo SLSC attached to this sys­tem of tagged shark detec­tion.

Mul­laloo SLSC remains com­mit­ted to pro­vid­ing beach goers with the high­est stan­dard of surf life sav­ing ser­vice. We rec­om­mend swim­mers and other ocean users check for shark detec­tion alerts before enter­ing the water and remain vig­i­lant when assess­ing water con­di­tions.

Any enquiries can be emailed to or call the office on 9307 7766.

SLSWA Awards of Excellence

June 16th, 2017

Surf Life Sav­ing West­ern Aus­tralia (SLSWA) hosted a suc­cess­ful sea­son at its annual Awards of Excel­lence at Crown Perth on Sat­ur­day (10 June) night.

It was a cel­e­bra­tion of out­stand­ing con­tri­bu­tions and achieve­ments recog­nised at State level. Mul­laloo had 10 mem­bers across 15 Awards make final­ist as well as our Club mak­ing final­ist in Patrol Club of the Year (see list below). The diver­sity in the awards demon­strates the depth and strength the Club is gain­ing – this is a fan­tas­tic achieve­ment and tes­ta­ment to the efforts of not only the final­ists but to all our mem­bers. Thank you.

© Tony Bowers Photography

The evening started with mem­ber Jeff Davidson’s induc­tion into the Sport­ing Hall of Fame with the Fre­mantle men’s beach relay team 1981–92.  The team, which over the years com­prised Aaron Brinkworth (for­mer Mul­laloo mem­ber), Adam Mills, Brian Troy, Jeff David­son, Mark Nolan, Paul Nolan, Philip Hop­kins, Richard Hick­son, Robert Pickard, Rod Pavlovich, Scott Den­non and Mark Peters, had an impres­sive record of golds at State and National level. This award marks a sec­ond induc­tion for Jeff David­son who was indi­vid­u­ally inducted into the Sport­ing Hall of Fame in 2004.


© Tony Bowers PhotographyAnne-Marie Wider­man­ski took home the Asses­sor of the Year Award hav­ing pre­vi­ously won the State and National award last sea­son. This state win puts Anne-Marie as a final­ist in the upcom­ing National awards later in the year. Just a few high­lights of Anne-Marie’s resume:

  • Anne-Marie is a mem­ber of the club’s Edu­ca­tion Lead­er­ship Group, with par­tic­u­lar respon­si­bil­ity for iden­ti­fy­ing and men­tor­ing new Train­ers and Asses­sors for the past three sea­sons. She has also con­ducted assess­ments exter­nal to the club, within the Perth met­ro­pol­i­tan area as well as WA coun­try clubs includ­ing Albany, Broome and Port Wal­cott.
  • Anne-Marie has facil­i­tated updat­ing workshops/programs for coun­try clubs when vis­it­ing those areas.
  • Anne-Marie is an active mem­ber of the SLSWA Mem­ber Edu­ca­tion and Train­ing Advi­sory Com­mit­tee (METAC) and has held this posi­tion for five years.
  • Anne-Marie was appointed to rep­re­sent the State on the SLSWA Com­mit­tee tasked with review­ing and updat­ing the resources for Pain Man­age­ment, ARTC and Sil­ver Medal­lion – Advanced First Aid.
  • This sea­son Anne-Marie pro­vided sup­port to the SLSNT team in set­ting up life­guard ser­vices for aquatic facil­i­ties which included train­ing new life­guards.
  • Anne-Marie is the Depart­ment of Trans­port endorsed SLSWA Recre­ational Skipper’s Ticket (RST) Asses­sor Coor­di­na­tor.

We wish Anne-Marie good luck this year at the National Surf Life Sav­ing Awards.

Thank you to all our patrolling mem­bers whom are all very deserv­ing of appre­ci­a­tion for their vol­un­tary time given. The SLSWA Awards night recog­nises mem­bers across the State for their patrolling ser­vice, in par­tic­u­lar those with 100 or more patrol hours under their belt this sea­son. We are very proud that we have four mem­bers who achieved this great mile­stone for the sea­son – Ayden Bartle, Alex Upston, Anne-Marie Wider­man­ski and Natalie God­win!

Congratulations to all our Finalists:

Young Achiever of the Year Final­ist:
Wes GouldLife­guard of the Year Final­ist:
Rachael Crabb

Admin­is­tra­tor of the Year Final­ist:
Vicki Ras­mussen

Asses­sor of the Year Final­ists:
Phill Dee
Anne-Marie Wider­man­ski

Offi­cial of the Year Final­ist:
Sandy Clarke

Coach of the Year Final­ist:
Cameron Rap­ley

Youth Ath­lete of the Year Final­ist:
Wes Gould
Jake Smith

Team of the Year Final­ists:
Open Male Obsta­cle Relay
(Brett Gould, Wes Gould, Jake Smith, Callan Smith)Open Male Pool Manikin Relay
(Wes Gould, Ben Jones, Jake Smith, Callan Smith)

Open Male Med­ley Relays
(Wes Gould, Ben Jones, Jake Smith, Callan Smith)

Bernie Kelly Medal Final­ist:
Wes Gould

Vol­un­teer of the Year Final­ists:
Alis­tair Cook
Vicki Ras­mussen

Patrol Club of the Year Final­ist:

Pho­tos Anne-Marie and Jeff above: © Tony Bow­ers Pho­tog­ra­phy.

A few pics from the night!

Celebrate Guy Edwards – New Life Member

June 16th, 2017

Guy EdwardsWel­come and con­grat­u­la­tions to our newest Life Mem­ber Guy Edwards.

Guy became a mem­ber of the Mul­laloo SLSC with his wife Cheryl and two sons Aaron and Brody in 1998.

Once Guy suc­cess­fully received his Bronze Medal­lion he com­menced a jour­ney that over the past 19 years has encom­passed many roles within the club from an Exec­u­tive level to patrolling the beach as a vol­un­tary life­saver – which he con­tin­ues to par­tic­i­pate.

His resume is a tes­ta­ment to his strong vol­un­teer ethic and adapt­abil­ity across all facets of the club, and this is demon­strated by the awards that have been afforded to him by his peers.

More recently Guy has been a tremen­dous ambas­sador as an IRB dri­ver and at the Aus­tralian SLS Titles which is a sub­stan­tial effort involv­ing many hours over many days. This was over and above his con­tri­bu­tions as the Sup­port Ser­vices Gen­eral Man­ager for the Club at the time.

Life Mem­ber­ship is about spe­cial or dis­tin­guished ser­vice to the Club, so if you take the time to reflect on his per­sonal con­tri­bu­tion then with­out his gen­eros­ity the Club may well be in a dif­fer­ent place.

The fol­low­ing list is an overview of Guy’s con­tri­bu­tions and achieve­ments to date.

Club posi­tions held 

  • Direc­tor of Finance 2003–2005
    • While on the board the Club achieved the fol­low­ing: Final­ist in the SLSA ‘Club of the year’ in 2004 & 2005, SLSA ‘Club of the year’ in 2005, SLSWA Reg Trigg Tro­phy, SLSWA Hay­ward shield
  • Gen­eral Man­ager of Sup­port Ser­vices from August 2012-Feb 2016 
    • This posi­tion has Man­agers for Facil­i­ties, Finance, Mar­ket­ing and Mem­ber­ship report­ing to it. The Club achieved WA Club of the year in May 2016.
  • Mem­ber of the Risk and Gov­er­nance com­mit­tee 2012 to Feb 2016 and Nov 2016 to cur­rent
  • Chair­man of the IRB Rac­ing Lead­er­ship Group from 2015 to 2016
  • IRB Offi­cer – from 2011 to 2015

Club Awards achieved

  • Club Per­son of the Year 2004/05
  • Club Train­ing Offi­cer of the year 2007/08 and 2011/12
  • IRB Per­son of the year 2011/12
  • Recog­ni­tion of out­stand­ing ser­vice – 2012
  • Nom­i­nated for Vol­un­teer of the year at SLSWA “Award of Excel­lence” 2011
  • Cer­tifi­cate of appre­ci­a­tion for event assis­tance, water safety, first aid and car­ni­val offi­ci­at­ing at local, state and national level 2013/14

Edu­ca­tion and Life­sav­ing Awards gained

  • Train­ing Offi­cer – Bronze Medal­lion from 2006 to cur­rent
  • Train­ing Offi­cer – ARTC from 2010 to 2014
  • Train­ing Offi­cer – IRB from 2011 to cur­rent
  • Asses­sor – Bronze Medal­lion from 2016 to cur­rent
  • Bronze Medal­lion
  • Sil­ver Medal­lion – IRB Dri­ver
  • Sil­ver Medal­lion – Beach Man­age­ment
  • Advanced Resus­ci­ta­tion Tech­niques Cer­tifi­cate
  • IRB Crew Cer­tifi­cate
  • Senior First Aid
  • Pain Man­age­ment Cer­tifi­cate
  • Spinal Man­age­ment

Surf Sports – Com­pe­ti­tion and Ser­vice

  • First Aid offi­cial
    • Pro­vid­ing ser­vices at local, State and National car­ni­vals
  • SLSA Cer­tifi­cate of Appre­ci­a­tion – Offi­cial at 2011 DHL Aus­tralian Cham­pi­onships
  • 5, 10 and 15 Year Offi­ci­at­ing Ser­vice Awards
  • Surf Offi­cial Level 1 from 2001 to cur­rent
    • Offi­ci­at­ing at local, State and National car­ni­vals
  • Com­peted at Senior and Mas­ters local, State and National com­pe­ti­tions
    • Sprints and sprint relays, line­man in Belt Race, March Past
  • Mem­ber of the Aussie tour­ing Team from 2006 to 2016
  • Mem­ber of the IRB Rac­ing Aussie tour­ing team 2016
  • Coach­ing Ser­vice
    • Junior and Senior Sprint Coach – 2015/16
    • Assis­tant Sprint Coach – 2011 to 2013

Life Sav­ing Ser­vices

  • Patrolling Mem­ber since Dec 2001 with 40+ hours each sea­son
  • Includes over and above Club patrols, Abalone Patrol and water safety
  • 5, 10 and 15 Year National Patrol Ser­vice Awards
  • Yanchep SLSC – Cer­tifi­cate of appre­ci­a­tion for patrolling hours at Yanchep 2008–2009
  • Par­tic­i­pated in Search and Res­cue efforts dur­ing Aussie titles at Kur­rawa for Saxon Bird, 2010 and Matthew Bar­clay, 2012.
  • Pro­vided CPR for male abalone fish­er­man brought to shore uncon­scious and not breath­ing by other abalone fish­er­man. Patient was breath­ing but uncon­scious upon leav­ing the beach by res­cue heli­copter.

Other Club vol­un­teer­ing

  • Vol­un­teer for club day setups from 2001 to 2006 (Youngest went to seniors) and 2017
  • Vol­un­teer for South West Youth Camp from 2013 to 2016
  • Vol­un­teer for bar duties from 2001 to cur­rent
    • Has an Approved Man­ager Restricted Licence and Respon­si­ble Ser­vice of Alco­hol Qual­i­fi­ca­tion

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Hollywood meets Mullaloo Awards Night 2017

June 16th, 2017

Our Hol­ly­wood meets Mul­laloo Annual Awards Din­ner was held on Sat­ur­day 6 May in our red car­peted, Hol­ly­wood themed Club Lounge. The Hol­ly­wood theme was a big suc­cess with notable celebri­ties, Audrey Hep­burn aka Coun­cil­lor Philippa Tay­lor, Darth Vader/Superman aka Pres­i­dent Stu­art Clarke and our super styled mem­bers!

We would like to recog­nise the many mem­bers that con­tributed to a suc­cess­ful evening, their out­stand­ing achieve­ments dur­ing this year and the award nom­i­nees and win­ners.

Firstly, big thanks to Paul “JP” Doo­ley for lead­ing the deliv­ery of a stel­lar Awards night. JP was ably assisted by a team of will­ing mem­bers includ­ing Penny Fort­mann, Sandy Clarke, Stu­art Clarke, Cindy de Bom­ford, Lau­rie Camp­bell, Noel Fort­mann, Kirsten Fort­mann, Sally Doo­ley, Dawn Jones, Ali Baker, Helen Grimes, Homi Dudha, Kirsten Dob­son, Gemma Nichol­son, Jeff David­son, Lyn Brosens and Julie Rap­ley – a huge THANK YOU to you all!

This year it was decided to present ser­vice awards of 20 years or more at the Club’s Annual Award events. This year we cel­e­brate sev­eral mem­bers who achieved those mile­stones and more!

Anne-Marie Wider­man­ski was recog­nised for two 20 year ser­vice awards: 20 year Assess­ing Ser­vice Award and 20 year National Patrol Ser­vice Award an achieve­ment that sees her recog­nised at Club, State and National level.

The fol­low­ing mem­bers were recog­nised for their 20 year National Patrol Ser­vice Award, yes, that is 20 years as a patrolling mem­ber:

Paul Ben­nett • Lau­rie Fos­sier-Mills • Mark Hills • Gre­gory Kelle­her • God­frey Law­son • Bar­bara Loudon • Paul Rustidge

Steve Dargie, Life Mem­ber, con­tin­ues his long com­mit­ment to life sav­ing in being awarded the 35 year National Patrol Ser­vice Award. Across the 35 years of patrol ser­vice, Steve has had a sig­nif­i­cant impact on the lives of those he has saved in the surf and on the beach. Can you imag­ine the gen­er­a­tions who would have lived a very dif­fer­ent life had Steve not been there to offer his surf life sav­ing and first aid skills?

Mark Hills wel­comed many of our Life Mem­bers to the stage – it has been some time since so many were in the same place – with a most fit­ting recog­ni­tion to new Life Mem­ber – Guy EdwardsRead more about Guy Edwards ser­vice and achieve­ments.

Congratulations to all our Nominees and Winners

Junior Activ­i­ties Vol­un­teer of the Year Nom­i­nees:
Amanda Lee
Vicki Ras­mussen
Colleen Gar­dener
Tanya HonorJunior Activ­i­ties Vol­un­teer of the Year:
Amanda Lee

Admin­is­tra­tor of the Year Nom­i­nees:
Penny Fort­mann
Colleen Gar­dener
Amanda Lee
Vicki Ras­mussen

Admin­is­tra­tor of the Year:
Vicki Ras­mussen

Edu­ca­tion Trainer of the Year Nom­i­nees:
Sandy Clarke
Guy Edwards
Simon Gid­ley

Edu­ca­tion Trainer of the Year:
Simon Gid­ley

Edu­ca­tion Asses­sor of the Year Nom­i­nees:
Lyn Brosens
Phill Dee
Anne-Marie Wider­man­ski

Edu­ca­tion Asses­sors of the Year:
Phill Dee
Anne-Marie Wider­man­ski

IRB Per­son of the Year Nom­i­nees:
Phill Dee
Cameron Rap­ley
Nic Upston

IRB Per­son of the Year:
Cameron Rap­ley

Com­pe­ti­tion Offi­cial of the Year Nom­i­nees:
Sandy Clarke
Allison Ger­ard
John Hil­len
Dawn Jones
Jes­per Ras­mussen
Glenda Schulz

Com­pe­ti­tion Offi­cial of the Year:
Dawn Jones

Coach of the Year Nom­i­nees:
Paul Brier­ley
Cameron Rap­ley
Carlo Tenaglia

Coach of the Year:
Cameron Rap­ley

Team of the Year Nom­i­nees:
Open Male Pool Res­cue Relays
(Brett Gould, Wes Gould, Jake Smith, Callan Smith)

U/19 Male Pool Res­cue Relays
(Wes Gould, Ben Jones, Jake Smith, Callan Smith)

Open Male Mass Res­cue – “Snap­ping Turtles”
(Josh Bull, Robert Payne, Robyn Bul­ley, Megan Bul­ley)

Team of the Year:
Under 19 & Open Pool Res­cue Relays
Brett Gould, Wes Gould, Ben Jones, Jake Smith, Callan SmithAussies Medal­lists:
Ben Jones
Brett Gould
Wes Gould
Callan Smith
Jake Smith

World Medal­lists:
Sandy Clarke
Stu­art Clarke
Rachel Greene
Rachel Kre­mer
Kelly Rid­dle

Young Ath­lete of the Year (u15-u19):
Wes Gould

Ath­lete of the Year:
Ben Jones

Young Life­saver of the Year (15–25 years) Nom­i­nees:
Ayden Bartle
Erin Duffy

Young Life­saver of the Year:
Erin Duffy

Life­saver of the Year Nom­i­nees:
Todd Bartle
Natalie God­win
Sarah Greg­son

Life­saver of the Year:
Natalie God­win

Young Achiever of the Year Nom­i­nees:
Ayden Bartle
Ellie Black
Josh Cook

Young Achiever of the Year:
Ayden Bartle

President’s Award:
Natalie God­win

Club Per­son of the Year Nom­i­nees:
Alis­tair Cook
Natalie God­win
Cameron Rap­ley
Jes­per Ras­mussen
Vicki Ras­mussen

Club Per­son of the Year:
Alis­tair Cook

Perfect surf conditions for holiday coaching clinics!

April 21st, 2017

Despite it being ‘off’ sea­son, two sep­a­rate hol­i­day coach­ing clin­ics were held over the past two weeks for com­peti­tors. We were for­tu­nate as the weather was beau­ti­ful and the surf con­di­tions per­fect. Par­tic­i­pants improved their skills and had plenty of fun whilst doing so.

One clinic being a surf ski clinic over 6 days – these ses­sions were extremely well attended, run by Jaime Roberts with assis­tance from; Wes Gould, Brett Gould, Tayla Tenaglia, Bren­dan Sim­cock, Jeff Vidler, Neil Forbes, Katrina West, Gayle Gould, Jenni Orme and Mandy Lee. 

The sec­ond clinic was for our board pad­dlers tran­si­tion­ing from nip­per boards onto mals. This was run by Brett Gould with assis­tance from Ryley Gar­dener, Wes Gould, Jeff Vidler, Mandy Lee and Soraya Lee. Water safety pro­vided by Rob Bar­ton, Lilly Rosich and Darcey Brooks.

We are excited to see the devel­op­ment of these and many more of our ath­letes in the future.

Thank you to all who helped out in any way, to make these ses­sions a mas­sive suc­cess!

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Surf Sports End of Season Wrap

April 3rd, 2017

The Sum­mer com­pe­ti­tion sea­son has now fin­ished and what a sea­son it has been. After hav­ing some great results at the State level, the Aus­tralian Cham­pi­onships have come to an end with the dis­ap­point­ment of water events being can­celled due to the rem­nants of Cyclone Deb­bie hit­ting the Gold Coast.

Over the last month or so, we have com­peted at the fol­low­ing State events:

  • First Aid Cham­pi­onships
  • R&R and Belt Rac­ing Cham­pi­onships
  • Cham­pion Life­saver Cham­pi­onships
  • Mas­ters Cham­pi­onships
  • Youth and Senior Cham­pi­onships

We had some fan­tas­tic results over each of our com­pe­ti­tions win­ning Medals at all events and hav­ing some very good results. We fin­ished 4th over­all from all the com­pe­ti­tions.

Indi­vid­u­ally there were some amaz­ing results but none more than Ben Jones win­ning the Open Iron­man event, a first for this Club, and Wes Ben Jones Open Iron ChampGould win­ning the Open Men’s Board and U/19 Men’s Board races, some­thing that has not been done for a very long time at this Club. It shows that we have a very good coach­ing pro­gram that is bring­ing results for this Club.

For the Aus­tralian Cham­pi­onships, we had a very small group attend­ing this year. Our com­peti­tors included, Neve MacLeod, Darcey Brooks, Cooper Schulz, Ben Jones, Harry Jones, Wes Gould, Brett Gould, Tayla Tenaglia and Josh Clarke. In the Youth Cham­pi­onships, we had some great efforts from our young com­peti­tors throw­ing every­thing they had into the tough com­pe­ti­tion. None more than Cooper Schulz who broke his wrist dur­ing the Flags com­pe­ti­tion. We wish him a speedy recov­ery and hope to see him back soon.

So, the com­pe­ti­tion does not fin­ish there, with IRB Rac­ing start­ing again in April and Pool Res­cue start­ing in May. We look for­ward to good results in these areas too.

To wrap up the cur­rent sea­son we will be hold­ing the Surf Sports and Age Group Tro­phy Pre­sen­ta­tions for Beach, Water, Surf Boat, IRB com­peti­tors and to present the Club Day age group awards. The Tro­phy pre­sen­ta­tion will be held in the Club lounge at 4.00pm on Sun­day 9th April 2017. All Youth and Senior mem­bers, part­ners and par­ents are wel­come to attend, and we will put some food and drinks on at the pre­sen­ta­tion.

Carlo Tenaglia
Gen­eral Man­ager Surf Sports

2017 Annual Awards and Dinner

March 27th, 2017

Awards Night 2017 A4

Click here to buy your tickets! 

Pre-States Nipper Info

March 8th, 2017

Thank you Wes Gould for giv­ing our pre-states nip­pers an insight to your race prepa­ra­tion, ways you go about com­pet­ing and rac­ing, and for answer­ing ques­tions from the floor at the Nip­pers Play­ers Tea.


Below is some infor­ma­tion to assist you with the logis­tics for the week­end.


Fri­day FLAGS at SCARBOROUGH – only qual­i­fied indi­vid­u­als and reserves need to attend Sat­ur­day and Sun­day at Trigg – begin­ning with March past, with Corey Bartle the proud flag bearer, grand parade and award pre­sen­ta­tions to the Junior Achiev­ers on Sat­ur­day, fol­lowed by water and beach events depend­ing on age group.

Sun­day begins with 1km beach run for under 11 upward, and then water and beach events con­tinue.

Down­load link: Nip­per State Cham­pi­onships Pro­gram

Com­peti­tor num­bers link: Com­peti­tor Num­ber List


Jes­per will be tak­ing five tents down to the car­ni­val on Sat­ur­day morn­ing. He has a Ford Explorer (sil­ver) and will be up in the car park.
Each age group needs to take a tent down as fol­lows:
Under 11’s – take to beach arena and erect there
Under 12’s – one for male arena and one for female arena
Under 10’s – one for male arena and one for female arena

Tents can remain up, or maybe take just cov­ers off, or dis­man­tle tent but leave in posi­tion on Sat­ur­day night (SLSWA have organ­ised overnight secu­rity).

Sun­day – each age group to dis­man­tle tents as fol­lows, and take back up to car park to Jesper’s car.
Under 12’s from beach arena
Under 13’s one each from male and female are­nas
Under 11’s one each from male and female are­nas

Water safety roster

We require four water safety and one IRB per­son­nel per shift.
Our shifts are:
Sat­ur­day 8.30am to 11am, under 10 female water arena
Sun­day 11am to fin­ish, under 11 male arena

If you are able to assist, please con­tact your age group man­ager.

Tubes will be avail­able brought down by Jes­per with tents and left near water safety sign in van.

Yellow vests

Spare yel­low vests are avail­able for com­peti­tors who did not go to qual­i­fiers but are doing team events this week­end.

Thank you to all the Coaches

All coaches and men­tors were thanked and pre­sented with Surf Shop vouch­ers in appre­ci­a­tion for their efforts over the sea­son.


We would just like to thank our offi­cials ahead of their vol­un­teered time over the next three days.

Wind up

Don’t for­get, wind up this Sun­day night, bar will be open, bring your own food/nibblies/etc. 5pm in the club lounge, let’s cel­e­brate the ath­letes and our club!

Casino Royale Fundraiser

February 20th, 2017

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Join us for a fun Club fundraiser as our lounge and bar trans­forms into a Casino Royale!

Build your “funny money” and play for prizes!

We’ll have Roulette, Black Jack, a Money Wheel and a Crown & Anchor table, all with pro­fes­sional croupiers to guide you through the games!

Tick­ets are $50 which includes a drink on arrival, canapes/snacks, $100 of “funny money” to get you started, music and danc­ing!

So grab your friends, dress to impress and enjoy a great night out with a dif­fer­ence!

This is an adults only (aged 16+) event.

Tick­ets avail­able online ONLY via the but­ton below.

Spon­sor­ship oppor­tu­ni­ties are avail­able. Please con­tact us for more infor­ma­tion.

Date & Time
Sat­ur­day 8 April, 7pm – 11.30pm

Mul­laloo Surf Life Sav­ing Club

Dress Code
Cock­tail Attire

$50pp, 16+ only event

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Advanced Lifesaving Camp 2017

February 10th, 2017

Advanced Lifesaving Camp – 18th – 19th March 2017


The pur­pose of the Advanced Life­sav­ing Camp is to provide an avenue that will allow mem­bers to improve upon their cur­rent phys­i­cal life­sav­ing skills. Through camp par­tic­i­pa­tion mem­bers will under­take and expe­ri­ence a range of activ­i­ties that lead to enhanced life­sav­ing out­comes dur­ing localised club oper­a­tions and or region­alised sup­port oper­a­tion activ­ity.


By par­tic­i­pat­ing in the Advanced Life­sav­ing Camp a path­way to par­tic­i­pa­tion in other life­sav­ing oper­a­tions becomes avail­able. The path­ways can include:

  • Heli­copter Res­cue Swim­mers
  • Jet Ski Oper­a­tors
  • Abalone Patrols
  • Life­guard ser­vices
  • Sup­port Oper­a­tions – Patrols


Train­ing activ­i­ties will focus on:

  • Pier/Jetty res­cues (deplan­ing)
  • Rock res­cues
  • Com­plex res­cues
  • Under­wa­ter retrievals
  • Advanced surf skills
  • First on scene inci­dent coor­di­na­tion


The Advanced Life­sav­ing Camp is fully catered for, includ­ing accom­mo­da­tion. Indi­vid­ual travel sub­sidy is avail­able to the mem­bers selected to par­tic­i­pate in the camp.


Dry: Smiths Beach SLSC

Wet: Canal Rocks, Yallingup, Bus­sel­ton Jetty

*Venue may change due to con­di­tions.

Appli­cants must be:

  • Endorsed by their Club as meet­ing the min­i­mum selec­tion cri­te­ria
  • Min­i­mum of 18 years old
  • The holder of a cur­rent SLSA Bronze Medal­lion
  • Able to com­plete a 400m pool swim in less than 8 min­utes
  • Com­plete 200m run x 200m swim x 200m run in less than 8 min­utes
  • Patient recov­ery: 100m tube res­cue of a patient out to sea and return (optional flip­pers) and 200m board res­cue of a patient out to sea and return

Appli­ca­tion Process:

All appli­cants are required to com­plete the attached Expres­sion of Inter­est form and return to SLSWA by no later than 5pm Tues­day 28th Feb­ru­ary 2017

Selec­tion Process:

After the close of nom­i­na­tions, selec­tions will be deter­mined by the SLSWA and suc­cess­ful can­di­dates will be noti­fied by Wednes­day 1st March 2017.

Appli­cants must email nom­i­na­tion to SLSWA Life­sav­ing Oper­a­tions Coor­di­na­tor on

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