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Event Registration through Revolutionise

Thursday, December 7th, 2017

If you are registering for an event for the first time:

Please note that your Surf Life Sav­ing Club Mem­ber­ship por­tal reg­is­tra­tion details are dif­fer­ent to this pay­ment por­tal, so you will need to reg­is­ter with Rev­o­lu­tionise as a sep­a­rate reg­is­tra­tion.

  1. Enter the Rev­o­lu­tionise Por­tal. It is eas­i­est to do this using the links sent in the e-newslet­ter or via the event listed on the Club Cal­en­dar “Tick­ets”.
  2. You will be required to cre­ate your own account. This account is sep­a­rate to your Mul­laloo Club Mem­ber­ship Por­tal account.
  3. Click the “reg­is­tra­tion” but­ton on the top left of the screen (see below images for mobile device instruc­tion. Ensure you click on Reg­is­ter NOT Renew).
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  4. Enter your details.
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  5. An e-mail will be sent to you imme­di­ately.
  6. The e-mail will give you your user­name and will ask you to cre­ate a pass­word.
  7. Cre­ate your pass­word.
  8. You will auto­mat­i­cally be taken to the home page of Rev­o­lu­tionise for Mul­laloo SLSC.
  9. For all future car­ni­vals, click in the Rev­o­lu­tionise link that will be attached to that com­pe­ti­tion sent out in the e-newsletter/Club Cal­en­dar.
  10. The link will take you to the Rev­o­lu­tionise site and once you log in, reg­is­tra­tions and pay­ments can be made.
  11. All com­pe­ti­tion and events will be booked through Rev­o­lu­tionise.
  12. All pay­ments must be made through Rev­o­lu­tionise.
  13. The office and AGMs will not be tak­ing man­ual entries.
  14. Please ensure you are aware of entry dead­li­nes through Rev­o­lu­tionise as Surf Life Sav­ing WA will not be tak­ing any late entries at all this year.

Once you have suc­cess­fully reg­is­tered with Rev­o­lu­tionise, you will then be able to reg­is­ter and pay for events. You can view upcom­ing events that require pay­ment or reg­is­tra­tion through Rev­o­lu­tionise here.

Wine and Cheese Wrap… and the SHAVE OFF!

Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

The sounds of Sweet Magenta (musi­cians Justine and Mark) res­onat­ing around the room, a selec­tion of fine wines and tasty cheeses and a parade of Mo’s, all added up to a great Fri­day night.

Mem­bers who enjoyed the tast­ings can still use the order forms at the club or visit in per­son to pick up a bot­tle.

Thank you to Liquor Barons Ocean Reef for donat­ing a var­ied range of won­der­ful wines and The Cheese Bar­rel in the Swan Val­ley for the Red Leices­ter and French Brie.

We’ve seen the Mo’s around and it was good to hear the back­ground behind the Club Pres­i­dent, Stu­art a Movem­ber vet­eran of 10 years. Thanks to the sup­port of mem­bers on the night who donated $337 dur­ing the (“Mo”) col­lec­tion.

Sweet Magenta played a great range of music and we look for­ward to hear­ing them at the club in the future.

the cheese barrel Liquor barons

The Big Shave Off!

Club Leg­end Ter­ence Upston (Uppy to one and all) is also a leg­endary good sport and showed his sup­port for Men’s Health issues by par­tic­i­pat­ing in the Show Us Your Mo fun con­test at the club on Fri­day night.

Uppy’s com­mit­ment to men’s health will be shown by a SHAVE OFF of his beloved Mo. The cer­e­mony will take place at the club on Fri­day (1 Decem­ber) night just before Chase the Ace, come on down to watch “the Mo go” and smooth face appear!

Huge thanks to the Socialite Team for putting the event together.

Great weekend at Lancelin Training and Skills Camp

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017

lanoIt was an awe­some week­end! Cer­tainly, one that many of our youth and seniors will remem­ber!

The weather sur­pris­ing every­one by being beau­ti­ful on Sat­ur­day, great waves and clear blue water.

Train­ing was first thing for a cou­ple of hours, then a wel­come morn­ing tea – YUM! Fol­low­ing up with the annual skills main­te­nance for our SRC, Bronze, IRB crew and dri­vers.

After that, every­one headed back to the lodge for burg­ers and hot­dogs for lunch.

Every­one had fuelled up for the team building/boot camp ses­sion with Mick and Ben. And appar­ently every­one looked REALLY worn out when they got back from their ‘secret mis­sion’!

The din­ner book­ing for 60 at the pub had us pretty much own it! A well-earned…everything for all com­peti­tors and sup­port­ers!

Sun­day morn­ing had us back at the beach for a surf before head­ing home.

Huge thanks to all the par­ents who helped out over the week­end. Thanks to the asses­sors, coaches and train­ers that got every­one in to shape and pro­fi­cient for the sea­son!

Endurance State Champs Wrap!

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

1groupOn Sat­ur­day 11 Novem­ber 2017, Mul­laloo attended the SLSWA Endurance State Cham­pi­onships 2017 at Trigg beach. For the first time at these Cham­pi­onships, SLSWA intro­duced Nip­per events includ­ing the 2Km run, Iron­man and Iron­woman events for U11-13’s.

Mul­laloo had more than 20 Senior, Youth and Nip­per com­peti­tors in var­i­ous events on the day, it was great to see all our com­peti­tors have a go at the events and we had some fan­tas­tic results. Mul­laloo fin­ished 5th over­all in the point score for the day.

The Ironman/woman was a tough chal­lenge with a 400m swim leg, 500m board leg and two 100m run tran­si­tions. The con­di­tions were not easy, there was a strong  northerly cur­rent with a big swell and strong back­wash and the sea was infested with stingers!  The U11s, 12s and 13s all had to race against each other which made it even more chal­leng­ing for the younger age groups. All nip­pers did a fan­tas­tic job and were incred­i­bly brave and per­sis­tent.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to all medal win­ners and thank you for the awe­some effort to all our com­peti­tors, sup­port­ers and offi­cials!

Our medal results included:

  • 45 – 49 Female Ski Race (9km) – Amanda Lee – 1 st
  • 45 – 49 Female Swim Race (2km) – Amanda Lee – 1 st
  • U/17 Female Ski Race (6km) – Darcey Brooks – 3 rd
  • U/15 Female Board Race (2km) – Neve Macleod – 3 rd
  • U/14 Male Beach Run (4km) – Fraser Bythe­way – 1 st
  • U/14 Male Swim Race (2km) – Fraser Bythe­way –3 rd
  • U/14 Female Board Race (2km) – Leah Mar­tin – 2 nd
  • U/14 Male Board Race (2km) – Mitchell Lee – 3 rd
  • U11-U13 Male Iron­man – Brodie Lee – 3 rd

Just out of medal con­tention but absolute wor­thy men­tions com­ing 4th were:

  • Open Female Swim Race (2km) – Jo-Anna May­nard
  • 50–54 Female Ski Race (6km) – Jenni Wood
  • U/17 Female Swim Race (2km) – Lillyan Rosich
  • U/15 Female Board Race (2km) – India-Rose Shep­pard
  • U/14 Male Board Race (2km) – Fraser Bythe­way
  • U/14 Male Swim Race (2km) – Mitchell Lee
  • U/14 Male Beach Run (4km) – Max Smith

South West Youth Camp Update

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

Hi All, it’s get­ting pretty close now, last few things to check off…

Final Meet­ing – Sun­day 24 Sep­tem­ber, 4pm at the Club Lounge

Final bal­ance of pay­ment – $100 due, either pay via this PAYMENT GATEWAY (please put child’s name and code SWCamp in descrip­tion area) or pay­ment can be made at the meet­ing on Sun­day (card/eftpos/cash).

If you have not men­tioned any spe­cial dietary require­ments on the med­ical forms and you wish to dis­cuss, please meet up with us on Sun­day.

If you are unable to attend on Sun­day or need any fur­ther infor­ma­tion, please email Sandy Clarke


Development Clinic a Success!

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

The City of Joon­dalup pro­vided a grant to be utilised by Sor­rento and Mul­laloo Surf Clubs to aid in the devel­op­ment of ath­letes and coaches.

Andrew Rid­ley utilised part of the grant to run pool res­cue clin­ics lead­ing up to Inter­states and also flew to Ade­laide to fur­ther develop his coach­ing skills in this area. He will pass on what he has learned to ath­letes and coaches in this dis­ci­pline.

The remain­der of the money was used to fly Ironman/woman Tanyn Lyn­don and Devon Hal­li­gan over to Perth to run clin­ics for ath­letes, coaches and age group man­agers from both surf clubs.

Devon and Tanyn were excep­tional and passed on so much enthu­si­asm, energy and knowl­edge onto up and com­ing ath­letes and coaches. We were extremely for­tu­nate that the weather was amaz­ing and Mul­laloo turned on a wave over the week­end, which made train­ing even more excit­ing and assisted in the acqui­si­tion of numer­ous skills.

A board ses­sion was held for U14 – Open ath­letes and coaches on Fri­day evening, fol­lowed by a talk to age group man­agers and coaches.

Sat­ur­day began with a junior skills ses­sion u11 – u13, fol­lowed by a BBQ lunch at Sor­rento. In the after­noon a skills ses­sion for U14 – open was held at Mul­laloo, Devon and Tanyn began this ses­sion with a stretch­ing and rolling demon­stra­tion, which was of great value to ath­letes and coaches.

Sat­ur­day evening saw a din­ner for ath­letes who had attended 2016 Aussies, they had the oppor­tu­nity to talk to Tanyn and Devon.

Sun­day started at 7.30 am with an u14 – open iron­man ses­sion, fol­lowed by a junior iron­man ses­sion at Mul­laloo. PHEW !!!! Devon and Tanyn then flew to the air­port and back to the Gold Coast to resume their own busy train­ing and work/ Uni sched­ules.

The clin­ics were excep­tional and so much was learned by ath­letes, coaches and age group man­agers, which is excit­ing given that the sea­son is about to begin!

Huge thanks to the City of Joon­dalup for enabling this amaz­ing oppor­tu­nity to go ahead!

Skills Maintenance

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

requalDates for the diary

Here they are – with a new “look”. It has been decided to split the requal­i­fi­ca­tion pro­gram between Dry and Wet skills – due to the large num­bers we have. It will be impor­tant to reg­is­ter for your pre­ferred ses­sion – so we can make sure we have suf­fi­cient Asses­sors (and Train­ers) to ensure an effi­cient ses­sion. There is also a mix of week­day evenings (Dry ses­sions) and week­ends (Wet ses­sions).

Mem­bers who are unable to attend within the dates listed due to work or travel com­mit­ments are requested to advise the Edu­ca­tion team with­out delay – so alter­na­tive arrange­ments can be worked out.

Skills Main­te­nance areas to be cov­ered at the ses­sions listed below will be Bronze Medal­lion, Surf Res­cue Cer­tifi­cate and Advanced Resus­ci­ta­tion Tech­niques. Each ses­sion will com­mence with an overview of changes, with an oppor­tu­nity to prac­tice, before par­tic­i­pat­ing in a series of sce­nar­ios – sim­i­lar to last year.

  • DRY: Mon­day 9 Octo­ber, 6pm to 9pm
  • WET: Sun­day 15 Octo­ber, 1pm to 4pm
  • DRY: Wednes­day 18 Octo­ber, 6pm to 9pm
  • WET: Sat­ur­day 21 Octo­ber, 1pm to 4pm
  • DRY: Wednes­day 25 Octo­ber, 6pm to 9pm
  • WET: Sat­ur­day 4 Novem­ber, 8am to 12pm

IRB Skills Main­te­nance will be pro­vided as a sep­a­rate pro­gram, due to the increased require­ment to demon­strate nego­ti­at­ing surf five times.

  • Sun­day 8 Octo­ber, 1pm to 4pm
  • Sat­ur­day 14 Octo­ber, 8am to 11am
  • Sun­day 5 Novem­ber, 1pm to 4pm

The plan has been designed to avoid the busy period of late Novem­ber and Decem­ber – as mem­bers are busy fin­ish­ing their work/school year, and also get­ting ready for the Christ­mas sea­son.

Nipper Essential Information

Tuesday, September 12th, 2017

Below is some essen­tial infor­ma­tion that will assist you as we are soon to kick off the sea­son! All other infor­ma­tion will be avail­able in the Nip­per Hand­book which will be going online very soon.

Board Leasing Dates

  • Sun­day 1 Octo­ber at 8am is board leas­ing for com­pet­i­tive mem­bers.
  • Sun­day 8 Octo­ber at 8am is board leas­ing for other mem­bers.

Proficiency Swim

The pro­fi­ciency swim will take place on Sun­day 8 Octo­ber from 9am to 12pm at HCF Arena Joon­dalup.

The cost of entry is $4 and $2.50 for spec­ta­tors. Mem­bers, please tell the ladies at the door that you are from Mul­laloo SLSC so that you get the dis­counted price. Par­ents must stay with their chil­dren, this is a pol­icy of Joon­dalup Arena.

Times have been allo­cated to the age groups to help the swim run more effi­ciently:-

  • Under 8 and Under 11 @ 9 am
  • Under 9 and Under 12 @ 9.45 am
  • Under 10 and Under 13 @ 10.30 am

Any­one who is unable to make these times can come at 11.15 am.

Note: under 7’s are not required to do the swim.

If you are unable to make this date, please con­tact your Age Group Man­ager to organ­ise alter­nate arrange­ments.

Our FIRST DAY CLUB DAY IS SUNDAY 15 OCTOBER, this is an infor­ma­tion ses­sion and all mem­bers are encour­aged to come. As we will not be get­ting in the water, there is no require­ment to bring boards.

To fin­ish off – Nip­per Board Train­ing YAY – com­mences 17 Octo­ber, view the Club Cal­en­dar for times and Tiers. If you are new, come down to the PM ses­sions and you’ll be looked after!



Athlete & Coach Development Sessions

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

Presented by Sorrento SLSC & Mullaloo SLSC and proudly supported by City of Joondalup



Sor­rento and Mul­laloo Surf Life Sav­ing Clubs invite mem­ber Ath­letes, Coaches & Age Group Man­agers to attend train­ing ses­sions with Nutri­grain Iron­man and Iron­woman Com­peti­tors Tanyn Lyn­don and Allie Brit­ton.

Join us for a week­end of skills, devel­op­ment and men­tor­ing.


Friday 15 September 2017

Ses­sion 1: Youth and Senior Board Train­ing
4.45pm – 5.45pm @ Mul­laloo Beach – Open to Youth (U/14 & U/15) and Senior Ath­letes and Coaches
Bring Board, Bathers & Warm Clothes

Ses­sion 2: Coach Net­work­ing Ses­sion / Sun­downer
6.30pm – 8.30pm @ Mul­laloo SLSC Club Rooms – Open to Coaches & Age Man­agers

Saturday 16 September 2017

Ses­sion 3: Junior Water Skills Ses­sion
9.00am – 11.00am @ Sor­rento Beach – Open to Junior Ath­letes (U/11, U/12 & U/13), Coaches and Age Man­agers
Bring Board, Gog­gles, Bathers & Warm Clothes

Ses­sion 4: Ques­tion Time & BBQ Lunch
11.00am – 12.30pm @ Sor­rento SLSC Hall – Open to any­one

Ses­sion 5: Youth and Senior Water Skills Train­ing
1.30pm – 4.00pm @ Mul­laloo Beach – Open to Youth (U/14 & U/15) and Senior Ath­letes and Coaches
Bring Board, Ski, Pad­dle, Gog­gles, Bathers & Warm Clothes

Sunday 17 September 2017

Ses­sion 6: Youth & Senior Iron Ses­sion
7.30am – 9.00am @ Mul­laloo Beach – Open to Youth (U/14 & U/15) and Senior Ath­letes and Coaches
Bring Board, Ski, Pad­dle, Gog­gles, Bathers & Warm Clothes

Ses­sion 7: Junior Iron Ses­sion
9.15am – 10.15am @ Mul­laloo – Open to Junior Ath­letes (U/11, U/12 & U/13), Coaches and Age Man­agers
Bring Board, Gog­gles, Bathers & Warm Clothes

For junior ses­sions it is a con­di­tion of par­tic­i­pa­tion to sup­ply a parent/guardian to act as water safety.

NOTE: To attend any of the above sessions you must REGISTER ONLINE

All ses­sions are free!

French President congratulates Mullaloo Paddlers

Friday, August 4th, 2017

French Pres­i­dent Emmanuelle Macron con­grat­u­lates Inter­na­tional Pad­dlers from Mul­laloo SLSC in the Fete Bay­onne blue rib­bon teams com­pe­ti­tion last week, 26–30 July.

Fete Bay­onne attracts over one mil­lion vis­i­tors dur­ing the five day fes­ti­val, open­ing day fes­tiv­i­ties included the 85th annual inter­na­tional canoe race taken out this year by a group of Mas­ters from Mul­laloo, Aus­tralia. An esti­mated 200,000 plus spec­ta­tors crowded the River Nive banks and bridges to cheer the fluro pink pen­sion­ers along, whip­ping the favourites from Olympic Bay­onne Row­ing.

Pre­sen­ta­tions on the open­ing evening giv­ing the zim­mer pad­dlers the warmest of recep­tions and started wav­ing their red neck scarfs as a sign of appre­ci­a­tion for hav­ing trav­elled so far to com­pete. Chant­ing broke out “Mul­laz Mul­laz Mul­laz” putting Australia’s num­ber one beach on the world map!

Mul­laloo team cap­tain Jeff Vidler can be seen on the Munic­i­pal bal­cony third from the left wav­ing to the crowds below.

Tourist agents were inun­dated with enquires as to “Where is Mul­laloo” with flights booked out min­utes after open­ing hours first thing this morn­ing to Perth, West­ern Aus­tralia. =)