Clarion Suites Mullaloo Beach
10 Oceanside Promenade
Mullaloo, WA 6027
Phone: (61) 8 94041200
Fax: (61) 8 94041299
Quarry, Dunes, Lakes, the names on this Robert Trent Jones Jr course say it all. On these three nines you will find classic Scots-style links with awesome bunkers, five massive quarries and water hazards to test the bravest golfer. The course is associated with the Joondalup Resort complex, with luxury facilities and a separate members lounge. Cart hire is included in green fees and soft-spike shoes are compulsory. Golf can be played all year in Perth, though rain can be expected June-September.
Situated in Joondalup, the HBF Arena is a sports complex that is spread over 36 hectares of lush green land. Besides offering superior sports facilities, the arena also plays host to major concerts, cultural fairs, international conferences, private events and activities for children. The arena encompasses a multipurpose stadium, an excellent aquatic center, a gym, event spaces and a variety of recreational facilities. You can enroll in swimming and group fitness classes, or participate in one of the many vacation coaching camps held here. The arena's health and fitness facilities are unmatched, with professional trainers who are experts in the field of fitness.
This 36-hole mini golf course is set amidst five acres of picturesque gardens. The botanical gardens, a feature of the golf course, are some of the most magnificent to be found in Perth with rolling lawns, waterfalls, rockeries, ornamental ponds and exotic plants. Leapfrogs Cafe, an alfresco style cafe, provides a great place to unwind. The cafe caters lunch, morning and afternoon tea, and dinner with perhaps the best wood-fired pizzas in Perth! Botanic Golf offers the opportunity to enjoy a fun golf game in a delightful setting.
Want to ride the waves off Rottnest Island, catch the big rollers off Margaret River and Yallingup or try the tricky conditions off Trigg Beach? The Sunset Coast of Western Australia has some unique surf spots and Surfing Western Australia have the local knowledge. The club surf schools offer a comprehensive introduction to surfing. For more advanced wave riders, Surfing WA has designed coaching programs, facilitates junior development, is the representative voice of surfers, and organizes surfing contests for members. Phone or checkout the website for events and locations.
What better way to enjoy the great outdoors than to ride alongside your friends on horse back? The great thing about this place is that your experience does not matter because they offer coaching for all levels. The more experienced riders will be insured the highest consistency and technique possible. There are a lot of different trails to choose from, and all ages are also welcome. Please make sure to call ahead, because there are great discounts available, especially for groups.
Sunset Coast is a coastal area located in the Australian city of Perth. This bustling area is known for the various activities like fishing, swimming, kite-surfing and other water sports. The tourist attractions like Marmion Marine Park s Sorrento Quay and AQWA are worth visiting. It is a perfect option for a fun day trip with family and friends.
Find surf, sand, sport and a social club here. Scarboro Surf Life Saving Club is the biggest surf club in Western Australia. The 600 plus members watch over the local beaches as well as field teams in inter-club and inter-state competitions. Full members patrol the beaches, train and take part in competitions. Juniors train and compete, while associate members take up support and administrative roles. Clubhouse facilities include showers, change rooms, gym, licensed bar, dining and function rooms and a surf side position looking across the Indian Ocean.
The fast, tactical style of netball (similar to basketball but no dribbling) keeps it the most popular women's sport in Australia, and is bringing more and more men and boys to competitions. Grades from sub-junior to State League can be played in Perth, with the season lasting from April to September. Most adult grades (divisions one, two and under-17) play on Saturday afternoons. At all but the highest level, competition is played in district leagues. This association can give you the contact information for your local district.
Want to try a little of everything wild? Enjoy a weekend caving, bush walking, abseiling, cycling, canoeing, four wheel driving and more. Alternatively, enliven your weekdays trying squash, tennis, badminton or the regular Wednesday walk around the Perth foreshores. Weekend trips and weekly sports venues are listed in the associations magazine, available from most camping stores, or on the website. Visitors are very welcome at all events. Contact event coordinators for details and to register for trips at Action Outdoors Association.
If you enjoy skating or are just a novice, then the skating park at YMCA Headquarters at Leederville is the place to be in. At a minimal fee per session, you can try all the possible tricks and also learn a few new ones from experts while you are here. Professional skaters have a particular liking to this park since it is one of the largest parks in the state. You can also hire helmets and boards here and skate away to your heart's delight. Do check the site for timings and other details.
Beatty Park Leisure Center is a great place for those seeking interest in water sports, swimming and so on. It now offers indoor and outdoor Olympic pools and is home to City of Perth Swimming Club and Perth Aussie Masters group. There is an extensive range of swimwear and accessories for sale, and the light filled space with palms trees make it a pleasant place to train or splash about. Membership gives additional access to the gym, spa, sauna, aerobics, circuit training and water aerobics, personal exercise program and to social inter-center swimming competitions. Check website for opening hours as they vary seasonally.
Feed the animals, wander through farmland and enjoy a picnic or barbecue. A day at Tumbulgum should include one of the sensational shows. The Aboriginal Cultural Show presents Dreaming dances accompanied by the ancient sounds of the digeridoo. Another favourite, the Aussie Farm Show features sheep mustering, shearing and more. The restaurant menu includes kangaroo and emu dishes. There is also a country-style kiosk.