Archive for February, 2017

Casino Royale Fundraiser

Monday, 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

Friday, 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

Click here to down­load the Expres­sion of Inter­est Form


Mullaloo masters compete in the World Athletics Championships for Masters

Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

In addi­tion to our life­sav­ing ser­vice to the com­mu­nity, Mul­laloo Surf Life Sav­ing Club fos­ters a spirit of par­tic­i­pa­tion, expe­ri­ence, safety, com­pe­ti­tion

John Hillen

John Hil­len

and sheer good fun. It was with these in mind that a few of our club mem­bers proudly donned the green and gold for Aus­tralian rep­re­sen­ta­tion!

Between 26th Octo­ber and 6th Novem­ber 2016, Perth hosted the World Ath­let­ics Cham­pi­onships for Mas­ters.  It has run every other year since 1975, and this time was a first for Perth. Like the Surf Life Sav­ing Mas­ters, old­sters com­pete in age cat­e­gories span­ning five years start­ing at 35. With over four thou­sand tak­ing part, this is larger than the senior World Cham­pi­onships or Olympic Games. Events were held at the State Ath­let­ics Sta­dium, the Ern Clark Ath­let­ics Cen­tre (ECAC) in Can­ning­ton, and longer dis­tance events con­vened around Bur­swood and Perry Lakes. Despite its size and com­plex­ity, the event went with­out a hitch, a credit to the city’s abil­ity to host a world class event.

The cham­pi­onships fea­ture about thirty dif­fer­ent dis­ci­plines. These include all the stan­dard Olympic Track and Field plus a few that are almost

Martin Kennedy

Mar­tin Kennedy

unique to Mas­ters Ath­let­ics such as the “Weight Throw”, “Cross Coun­try Run” and the multi-event, “Throws Pen­tathlon”.

Mul­laloo mem­bers were rep­re­sented by com­pet­ing in track events. Trevor Bul­ley in the 100m, Mar­tin Kennedy 1500m and 5000m and John Hil­len the X-coun­try and half-marathon. All man­aged to get to the fin­ish line fly­ing Aus­tralian colours with both ham­strings intact. Medals were gen­er­ously left to our for­eign guests.

Trevor Bulley

Trevor Bul­ley

A stand­out per­for­mance came from Arthur Car­bon, grand­fa­ther of past mem­ber David Car­bon, com­pet­ing at 96 years old (yep, that’s ninety-six) win­ning gold in the 100, 200 and 400 metre events. To get an idea of per­for­mance lev­els, the win­ning time for the men’s 85 years + 100 metres was 15.82 sec­onds. The fastest 100m men’s times was in the 40+ cat­e­gory at 10.58 sec­onds (Usain Bolt world record stands at 9.58 secs)!

Trevor (sprinter) Bul­ley