Mullaloo Surf Life Saving Club patrols the central-northern section of the beach. The club is located in a large grassy foreshore reserve between the road and the beach, with a large car park next to the clubhouse, and three car parks to the north.
We are located close to public transport facilities with bus stops on Oceanside Promenade (Transperth Services Stop Numbers 18345 and 18346).
The clubrooms have parking off Oceanside Promenade with designated accessible parking (ACROD) within the main club’s parking area and a set down area, outside the club front entrance available for taxis and private vehicles.
The club area has a double door entrance and exit, an open floor which allows for a continuous accessible path of travel and access to our club’s lounge and adjacent rooms with wheelchair accessible toilet facilities onsite.
Mullaloo Beach has ACROD parking and designated accessible toilets. There is a beach access path via the main car park directly adjacent to the two ACROD parking bays. The access path provides accessibility to the beach shore, accessible toilet facilities and access matting to the waters edge. Please be aware the wheelchair access path may present challenges due to its incline.
Further north of the Club in the Iluka Avenue car park – a much larger car park that group buses/coaches can stop at. There are additional toilet facilities and four ACROD parking bays. At the Westview Parking Station, there are two ACROD parking bays and an accessible toilet.
Mullaloo Beach also has an access mat that enables access from the sand to the water’s edge. This mat allows anyone with difficulty navigating sand to reach the water. The matting is available from October through to April each year depending on weather conditions.
Mullaloo Beach has a Sandcruiser beach wheelchair to access the beach for children and adults with disability. The chair provides access to the beach and is easily pushed over the sand and into the water. The wheelchair is free to use but requires booking through the City of Joondalup, Community Development Department. Call 9400 4226 for more information.
About the Sandcruiser Beach Wheelchair
The Sandcruiser Beach Wheelchair is designed specifically for use on soft sand and up to the water’s edge. The wheelchair is not a floating wheelchair and care should be taken when used close to the water’s edge. The Sandcruiser is NOT a self propelled wheelchair and the user will need to have two support persons for assistance.
Find out about the City of Joondalup’s
Disability Access and Inclusion Plan