TIDE Magazine Digital Edition 1 - May/June 2022

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ORSSC proudly presents our "new look" digital TIDE Magazine First edition F E AT. R E P O R T S F O R

Angling, Sailing, Powerboat, Diving & Club Events.

A B I - M O N T H LY I S S U E B Y O C E A N R E E F S E A S P O R T S C L U B

SINCE 1973


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Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club Ocean Reef Marina, Boat Harbour Quays, Ocean Reef WA 6027 Postal Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club, PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA. 6023 Phone 08 9401 8800 Email office@orssc.asn.au


Discover what’s under the surface EVERY ISSUE

Commodore’s Report

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Membership Benefits

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Management Committee

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Upcoming Events

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Meet the Committee

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Membership Draw

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Seasonal Sessions

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Behaviour and Dress Code

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At the Galley

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Live Music Schedule

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General Manager Report

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Weekly Events

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Angling Report

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Local Business Advertisments

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Sailing Report

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Calendar of Events

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Powerboat Report

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Weddings and Functions

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Diving Report

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Rates 41

Club Events Report

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From the Commodore Ken Wood

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Hello Members,

Covid Mandates

Alfresco Area

As we move from the warm days of summer into autumn it’s looking like the Covid restrictions placed on our Club will be lifted. We will continue to monitor the health of our staff to minimise the risk of spreading the virus.

If you have been down to the Club for an afternoon libation as you supervise the construction of the breakwater wall, you would have noticed a significant improvement to the alfresco area. Green grass, beanbags, umbrellas, a playground full of kids and tables full of members have generated a lively but laid-back ambience. The Reef Bar has been a great addition, and our galley service has turned the area into a huge outdoor banquet room. Next time a staff member walks by, let them know you appreciate their efforts.

Half Yearly General Meeting At the Half Yearly General Meeting scheduled for March 21st the members were presented updates on the activities and business of the Club. As advised in the Notice of Meeting, there was a motion to support the concept proposed by Development WA for a two-storey building that doubles the floor space we currently occupy, and to equally fund a $3.5 million contribution with the City of Joondalup, subject to final approval by the members. The motion was passed by the members in attendance. Planning For Relocation A successful transition will need timely decisions and commitments from the Club. The new facilities need focus on building layouts, hard standing, and future pen construction. Financial issues include; funding sources, a future lease agreement, and relocation costs. We will also need to further consult with the COJ and the State Government, engage the government liaison, community engagement, hard standing pen construction and leasing, and community engagement. The Marina Development Sub-Committee will be recruiting members who have the interest and skills to ensure that end the Marina to ensure a successful transition. There is a great deal of interest from the members on the future facilities, and the current Sub-Committee will be expanded to encompass those who have the interest and skills. Regarding the future facilities, in our discussions with Development WA and the City of Joondalup, the Club has consistently maintained that the facilities must meet the needs of an expanding membership. This not only applies to a Clubhouse, but includes the surrounding open areas, car park and hardstand areas. We will continue to push for more space and the best outcome for the Club.

Responsible Service of Alcohol In Western Australia, the Liquor Control Act establishes the laws related to serving alcohol. As a licensee, the Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club is required to comply with this law. Compliance is also required from our General Manager, our Bar Manager, and our bar staff. We provide unequivocal support for our staff when they are obliged to address any issue with a member. Serving alcohol in a responsible manner protects the Club and helps reduce the likelihood that others will cause problems for you, your friends, or your family. We take our RSA duties seriously, as we do our commitment to provide our members a safe and enjoyable Club. Thank you for your cooperation in supporting the staff with these laws.

Best regards,

Ken Wood Commodore

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2022 Management Committee PATRON

Ian Younghusband

TRUSTEES Robbie Young, Doug Rasmussen and Geoff Tavener

FLAG OFFICERS Commodore | Ken Wood Vice Commodore | Graham Hindley Vice Commodore | Paul Phipps Hon. Secretary | Dave Harnett Hon. Treasurer | Peter Hawker

0417 976 327 0400 595 000 0407 423 008 0499 949 606 0414 307 175

REAR COMMODORES Angling | John Lebeter Diving | Erick Erhard Power Boating | Steve Hayward Sailing | Terry O’Grady Social | Rob Yates

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MANAGEMENT General Manager | Fenn McDonnell Phone/Fax | 9401 8800 Email | manager@orssc.asn.au Marketing & Communications Manager | Kym Shephard Phone/Fax | 9401 8800 Email | marketingmanager@orssc.asn.au

FUNCTION & EVENTS Functions Coordinator | Debbie Clark Phone | 0437 880 040 Email | functions@orssc.asn.au Bar & Events Manager | Georgina Badman Phone | 0404 236 030 Email | barmanager@orssc.asn.au

OFFICE Office Manager | Lynda Crosswell Phone/Fax | 9401 8800 Email | office@orssc.asn.au Website | www.orssc.asn.au Mailing Address | PO Box 59, Hillarys, WA 6923 Office hours | Monday-Friday 9am-5pm Whitfords Sea Rescue Tower Phone | 9401 3757 Mailing Address | PO Box 337, Hillarys, WA 6923

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Meet the

e e tt i m m o C

At ORSSC, we value our club members and strive to ensure they feel welcome and included as an integral part of the clubs' operations and celebrations. Tide seeks to select and feature one member of our club in every issue, highlighting aspects of their personality and their contribution to the club so you can get to know them and maybe even say hello next time you see them. The questions we ask share insight into each members personal tastes and lifestyle away from their club duties.

F E AT. C O M M O D O R E

Ken Wood

Nickname? Ken Occupation? Project Manager Favourite Food? Kway Teow Favourite Beverage? Carlton Dry Favourite Sport? Sailing Favourite Saying? "Your Shout!"

Ken joined the Club in October 2013. He was Rear Commodore for Sailing 2016 to 2018, then Honourable Secretary 2019 to 2021. Ken has been the Commodore at the Club since 2021 and actively participates in Sailing activities and is also on the Marina Development Committee.

How do you like to start your day? White and two Best advice you've been given? "Wait awhile" Favourite holiday destination? Ocean Reef What's your guilty pleasure? Kit Kat What would we most likely find you doing on the weekend? Repairing boats What do you enjoy most about the ORSSC? Sundowners Why do you enjoy most about being the Commodore? Having a chat

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Entertainment

Autumn Sessions Seasonal Opening Hours DAYS

BAR

GALLE Y

Monday

closed

closed

Tuesday

5pm - late

bar snacks*

Wednesday

2pm - late

5.30pm - 7.30pm

Thursday

3pm - late

5.30pm - 7.30pm

Friday

2pm - late

4pm - 8pm*

Saturday

12pm - late

bar snacks*

Sunday

12pm - late

12pm - 3pm 4pm - 7pm

Public Holidays (unless otherwise advised)

2.30pm-7.30pm

closed

*Bookings are essential for the Galley on Fridays 4pm - 8pm. *Bar snacks - includes the use of the pie warmer, if available.

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The club hosts live music and entertainment every week on Fridays from 7pm to 10pm and Sundays from 4pm to 7pm. *Schedule can be subject to change due to covid-19.

May Nicolette Chew

Sunday 1 May

Claudia Tripp

Friday 6 May

Sugar Duo

Sunday 8 May

Luke Gallagher

Friday 14 May

Jason Ayres

Sunday 15 May

Craig Pinkney

Friday 20 May

Dave Gillam

Sunday 22 May

Barry Gee

Friday 27 May

Remi Mura

Sunday 29 May

June Claudia Tripp

Friday 3 June

Stewart Herbertson

Sunday 5 June

Dave Gillam

Friday 10 June

Jason Ayres

Sunday 12 June

Craig Pinkney

Friday 17 June

Tom Mantle

Sunday 19 June

Toni Italiano

Friday 24 June

Remi Mura

Sunday 26 June


Flavours Delicious AT T H E G A L L E Y

Weekly Club Favourites Kids Eat Free Wednesday Nights Except on Steak Night.

$19 Steak Night Second Wednesday night of every month.

Thursday $9.90 Meals Every Thursday.

GALLEY HOURS DAYS

GALLEY

Monday

closed

Tuesday

closed

Wednesday

5.30pm - 7.30pm

Thursday

5.30pm - 7.30pm

Friday

4pm - 8pm*

Saturday

closed

Sunday

12pm - 3pm 4pm - 7pm

Public Holidays

closed

see you soon. C O ME O N D O W N T O T HE C L U B S O O N T O E N J O Y A ME A L !

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From the General Manager Fern McDonnell

Hello everyone! What a fantastic time to be part of the ORRSC. With membership nearing full capacity, the announcement from the City of Joondalup on the funding for our new clubhouse, COVID life is nearly behind us, launching our new digital Online TIDE magazine, and our 50 year anniversary is fast approaching. With the City Of Joondalup funding now approved, we can focus our planning efforts more precisely on the larger $8+ Million dollar venue. I am in the process a developing a “Transitional Plan for Operations” as well as the new Club Venue interior design and fit out. Including but not limited to: Club Venue Interior design, furniture and furnishings, audio visual, IT, lighting, security, kitchen and bar fit out, air conditioning, heating, landscaping and kids playground, shade, seating, etc

We still have around 2 years left in the current venue, so we want to make the most out of this and make sure we are offering a variety of things for everyone to enjoy.

Operations

This new TIDE has been in the making for many months. We have added some more sections in the aim of making it more engaging, interactive, informative and easier to read. You can still pick up a copy in the Club, plus you can download it yourself to print or read on any device. We hope you like it.

• Financial Modelling, planning and budgeting • Staffing requirements, Org charts • Branding and Marketing • Business Plan/SWOT • Sponsorships and financial assistance • Club Capacity and Membership Capacity

Best Regards COVID is soon to be a thing of the past and the easing of mandates and mask wearing is one the best news items I have heard for 2 years. I’m sure we are all happy to walk around and work with freedom. COVID has finally broken out in our “Club Community”. Many of our regular members and staff have become positive in the last 2 weeks. We came very close to closing the venue this week due to staff shortages.

Fenn McDonnell General Manager

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The Angling Report

Season Summary Rob Meneguz

April Beach Competition April beach comp offered up some half decent weather, apart from the Friday, where the rain and wind reminded us that winter is only around the corner! The weed was pretty thick all along the coast, making the anglers search far and wide to find some clean water. Crew was the only junior to fish and got himself a Herring which made the 3am start with dad a little more worthwhile. He really tried to get a secondary fish, thinking the one wouldn't be enough to win, but it was! Well done Crew. In the Vets, Mick Lock won with ANOTHER impressive bag of 6 species. Locky had a tailor at just over a kilo, a Tarwhine of 400g and a Skippy of 450g. In the ladies, Sue won with 4 species including a Dart of 341g, a Tarwhine of 400g and a total score of 64 points. Maree got second place with 2 species both heaviest including a herring of 270g and a wrasse of 207g. In the mens, it ended up being a very close finish, with Mark Purchas coming third with 4 species (3 of which were heaviest, including a nice skippy of 544g) and a total score of 64 points. In second place was John Lebeter with a score of 79 points and the fish of the day with a lovely 4.23kg Pink Snapper, Yum!

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UPCOMING E VENT S Our next beach competition will be held on the 22nd / 23rd of May.

Narrowly beating John was Ricko, with 83 points. Both Ricko & John having 5 species and John having an extra 3.5kgs to his bag, It come down to Ricko having 5 species ALL heaviest! What a way to get the victory! Ricko had a flathead of 495g, a Tailor or 333g and a Tarwhine of 410g. We finished the weekend with an interesting weigh in with the storm clouds fast approaching two thirds of the way through. Kiwi, Colsey, Daniel bell & myself had to put our skates on and finish the weigh in whilst getting absolutely soaked and blown away. We got the job done though, finishing another successful beach comp weekend. Hopefully the next comp we have some more of the new members continue to come down.

Cheers,

Rob Meneguz Beach Fishing Captain

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The Sailing Report

Season Summary Terry O'Grady

The Sailing season for the year is coming to an end, it has been a good year of racing despite the challenges we have all faced. The coveted Champion Boat Trophy is being hotly contested by a number of boats still in contention for the title.

Sarah and Dylan won their class in the Windrush 14 division, finishing strongly with 1st place in 3 out of the 5 races in the series. Ian and Mikayla picked up a 2nd in a race but an unfortunate capsize in the last race took them out of contention.

Over the summer, the ORSSC sailors spread their seagull wings far and wide and have represented the club at numerous invitational races such as that held by the Sun City Yacht Club and at the Walpole In The Trees Regatta.

By the end of the weekend, one of our other young sailors purchased a Windrush on their way back home which will add some more friendly competition to next year’s regatta. Over the winter break, the young sailors intend to renovate the Windrush’s to make them more competitive and faster.

Here is a summary of those two events.

Regatta in the Trees - Walpole This year the Walpole Yacht Club hosted their annual Regatta in the Trees over the Labour Day, March 5th-7th long weekend, 116 sailing vessels were nominated for the event and ORSSC entered two Windrush 14 catamarans. 13 club members, family and four dogs made the trip to Rest Point Caravan Park for aquatic fun. Sailing conditions were close to ideal for the two days of racing. Sarah Phipps and Dylan Hess entered a catamaran that Sarah had only purchased 4 weeks before the regatta. Ian James and his daughter Mikayla also entered a catamaran that had been lying idle on the family farm.

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The Spot Races – Sun City Yacht Club ORSSC filled 7 of the 19 entrants for the race on the 12th of March. The race was won by Scott Blanchard (SCYC) in a Laser, Isabella Utley (SCYC) 2nd also in a Laser with Trevor Gillmor and Paul Phipps (ORSSC) on a “420” rounding out the places at 3rd. Erin Osbaldston and Brian Boylan took home the chocolates for coming in last. There were also two rescues performed by the volunteers at Two Rocks Marine Rescue during the race due to gear failures and for coming in too close to one of the rocks, fortunately, no injuries were sustained, other than some damaged pride. All in all, it was a great fun day and was finished off with a lovely lunch and a few beverages afterwards at the SCYC clubhouse.


Regatta in the Trees, Wapole: Ian James and his daughter Mikayla. Photo Kellamity Jane's Keel Repair Operation.

The season has not been without a few mishaps along the way however and there are several boats in contention for a not so salubrious trophy, the “Wreckers” Award. Here are the front runners so far.

The "Wreckers" Award front runners Regatta in the Trees, Wapole: Sarah Phipps and Dylan Hess

• Paul Phipps managed to drop Kellamity Jane’s keel off on the beach near the clubhouse after a cable snapped. • Andy Hodkinson seemed to be a little confused as to which side of a red navigation mark one is supposed to keep to, subsequently placing Venomous upon a rock in the marina and to then have to suffer the ignominy of being towed off by Sea Rescue after his keel had become jammed.

The Spot Race: Setting up in the Marina

• Scott Forrest forgot to put the bung in his Etchell yacht before launching, to save Whimaway from sinking at the boat ramp and in front of his young female crew who were in the boat at the time frantically bailing out the fast-incoming water, he had to quickly strip down into his budgies, dive into the cold briny and screw the bung back in under the water. The girls were treated for shock and offered counselling after the event.

Terry O'Grady Rear Commodore, Sailing The Spot Race: Rounding the Mark

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The Power Boat Report

Season Summary Steve Hayward

Summer has come and gone and whilst there has been plenty of Boating taking Place in the section a few of the recent events planned have had to be canceled due to high winds and swell. A recently planned trip to Garden Island being one of them. There have been several recent Raft Up’s and overnight stays that have taken place in the safe calm waters of the new marina, these were all arranged at short notice once the upcoming weather was more predictable. General Business The recent numbers attending the monthly Dineins has also been down, this being mostly due to the recent COVID outbreak. Highlights • Recent Overnight Raft up in the new marina • Jurien Bay Weekend Important Dates Next Section Meeting - 5th May 2022

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UPCOMING E VENT S Peppermint Grove River Trip and Picnic

Jurien Bay ANZAC Weekend 23 - 25 April 2022 As the weekend approached the weather was looking great for a change, pretty much light Easterly’s all weekend, we had a total of 14 section members attending 8 of which had rented a house in Jurien Bay the rest were either in caravans or cabins at the local caravan park. Saturday Morning, everyone met at the Jurien Bay Boat ramp @ 10.30am after making the 2hr trip north on either Sat or Fri, we launched the 4 boats and everyone got abord on one boat or another, Ron our tourist information centre lead the way out of the Harbour and north along the coast stopping at North Head and telling tail along the way of giant Dhufish that were caught just off the shore, the plan had been to drop anchor and walk up top the head but with the brisk wind blowing it was decided best not to leave the boats unattended, we did an about turn and had a great run back down the bay having a close look at favourite Island as we screamed past, we were then carefully guided into another small bay that was


pretty much fully out of the wind, everyone beach moored and went ashore, it was a lovey white sandy beach with beautiful clear blue water, most had some lunch here before heading out onto the reef to look for Skippy, to my knowledge no-one actually caught one but we had a lot of fun trying, John on Reel Naughty was after squid, so with no skippy about we decided to give him a hand, total score, Ron’s boat 5, John’s boat 5, Steve’s boat 2. Saturday evening everyone was invited back to the house for a section Bar B Q in the back garden that turned into more storytelling from Ron, as the Vino flowed the tails got longer and more imaginative, by the end of the night Ron was left still drinking and by that time telling the stories only to Dorra who had probably heard them 10 times before! Sunday morning the fisherman amongst the party headed out into the deep sea (15miles and 65m deep), John and Graham had the best luck with John bagging a nice 780 long Dhufish and a couple of Black arse, Graham also caught the biggest Cuttlefish you ever did see. The rest of the party either went 4X4ing on the beach or took a trip

to the local motorcycle Museum, Peter and Ross visited the Panicles in the local national park. Sunday evening everyone met in the local pub (the Sand Piper) and sat down to a nice meal and a chat, John was still beaming from ear to ear about his well-deserved catch of the day! Monday morning after a slow start and a house clean up everyone departed for home, everyone who attended agreed it was a fantastic weekend made even better by the great weather and company, I think this may well become an annual trip.

St eve Hayward Rear Commodore, Power Boating

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The Diving Report

UPCOMING E VENT S

Season Summary

Annual Boule’s Competition 7th May 2pm Nanga Bush Camp 1st – 3rd July

Erick Erhard

The dive section had it’s annual Rottnest dive weekend on the weekend of 25th March we had a good turnout of around 20 members who made their way to Rottnest. The weather was forecasted to be a average so everyone got the ferry across which meant no diving , however a bbq lunch on Saturday was great fun.

Graham Hindley has been very busy with students trying to get them qualified for diving which has been a challenge for him getting the divers together at the same time. The dive meeting’s have been well attended with 20 to 30 members coming along as with the dine in. Graham Hindley has been kept busy trying to coordinate dive students to complete their course which has been a challenge to get them all together on the same day. The dive section had it’s own in house cray day due to the competition with MAAC and HYC being canceled because of COVID-19 we had a great turn out at the club on the 20th March where members brought in their crays to share on the bbq, the biggest cray was caught by young Chuck big thank you to everyone that came along at short notice. By-laws to be completed •

Compressor refresher course

Erick Erhard Rear Commodore, Dive Section

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Summary of the Annual Rottnest Dive Trip Helen Grimes

The annual Dive Section trip ended up not being an ocean dive but a Rotto discovery dive due to the pending cyclonic weather forecast, which didn’t eventuate! With the difficulty to secure accommodation to cater for up to 20 people, as much as Jan endeavoured to amend the situation, the group was spread over both sides of the Island from Governors Circle to Geordie Bay. So foot power, e-bikes and the Island bus system were utilised to the max. The Covid restrictions provided entertainment and frustrations whilst at the pub for refreshments and dinner, but all in all the banter was good. Despite the pending weather forecast the Island put on sparkling sunshine and spectacular cloud formations, a short rain shower at mid-day on Saturday was all we were delivered . Sunday was a grey day but still warm, with a slight swell for the ferry journey home. Snorkelling at Little Salmon Bay was pretty spectacular, with an abundance of fish to be spotted- Cray fish, ray, cobbler, juvenile Due fish and spectacular colours in the corals. E-biking to West End and around to Geordie Bay for the tourists, was well received. Saturday BBQ and Banter at Geordie Bay proved to be a gourmet spread of food and beverages. Oh! And the Saturday "Gin & lime Tasters" in Governors Circle proved to be a hit!!!

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Club Events Report

Season Summary Georgina Badman

Wow!

More positive vibes are being created in the ongoing success of Club Events. As these events evolve, we are always looking for new ways to wow our audience and continue to surprise.

What an amazing time we have had with these special “By the Sea” Events. We have been lucky enough to involve 3 different international cultures into the ORSSC. The Bali Dewata Community for Bali 2.0, the Mexican culture for Mexico By the Sea and the Thailand Community for Songkran. Traditional methods of cooking and entertaining helped us bring all the flavours, smells, and colours of each country to our doorstep. Entertainment will be a big focus for the coming cooler months, we have plenty of surprises for you to get through the Winter blues. Tickets for upcoming events can all be purchased online via our website at www.orssc.asn.au/events Thank you to everyone for attending and helping at the events. We look forward to many more.

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UPCOMING E VENT S Saturday 7th May

INXS Tribute Night

Sunday 8th May

Mother’s Day Lunch (SOLD OUT)

Thursday 26th May

Wine and Cheese Night

Saturday 4th June

Member Appreciation Night

Saturday 11th June

Landslide - A Tribute to the Eagles & Fleetwood Mac

Saturday 18th June

Gin and Jazz Night

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CLUB MEMBERSHIPS

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Come down for a bevvy and a chat and find out how you can become a member today.

Location & Convenience

Sea Sports Opportunities

With sweeping views of the Indian Ocean, watch the new Marina being built every day as well as yacht races, sea birds and sunsets.

Participate in various Sea Sports activities including sailing, power boating, angling and diving, and become a part of their community.

Including plenty of parking for members and guests, there really is nothing else like us along the sunset coast, we are completely unique!

Family friendly venue Kids playground and large green lawn areas. Family friendly events with an emphasis on providing kids entertainment while the parents can kick back and relax.

Events & Functions The perfect event venue that holds 500 people, 4 separate indoor rooms, 5 separate outdoor areas, 4 bars with 2 outdoor pop up bars and fully licensed with no restrictions.

Entertainment & Discounts Free live entertainment every Friday and Sunday. See page 8 for more details. Huge discounts on food and beverage prices, event tickets and function room hire.

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Community and Connection As a member you will become part of the large family and have an opportunity to make new friends. You can also build relationships with our stable team and long term staff members. Members can bring up to 4 guests on each visit.

Have your voice heard As a member you have the opportunity to vote in AGM's, give feedback and join the Steering Committee if you choose to do so.

New Clubhouse First priority members will have VIP access to the new $8.3m clubhouse, expected to be completed in 2024.

Short wait list As of April 2022, the current wait time for approval is 3 months, this is increasing rapidly so get in quick! Visit www.orssc.asn.au/membership for more information or to join online.


s t n e v E 2022

UPCOMING

M AY T O J UNE

S A T U R D AY

MAY 07

New Sensation - A Tribute to INXS A high energy professional show that features the greatest music tracks that spanned INXS illustrious 40 year career.

Mother's Day Buffet Lunch Includes a glass of sparkling wine on arrival for Mums.

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Cold drinks, nibbles, entertainment and the company of our amazing members to say thank you.

JUNE 11

MAY 08

WINE + CHEESE NIGHT

Members Appreciation Night

S A T U R D AY

S U N D AY

S A T U R D AY

JUNE 04

Landslide - A Tribute to the Eagles and Fleetwood Mac

For more information or tickets, visit www.orssc.com.asn.au/events

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Did you miss the last draw?

t he Winner's Corner Congratulations to all our Members that won the draw and took home the big prize!

FEBRUARY

Maree Ellis ($900) MARCH

Andrew Schenk ($1,000) Graeme Boyd ($1,100) Fiona Dunn ($1,200) Janice Lakis ($1,300) APRIL

Michelle Richards ($1,400) Mick Jackson Pierce ($1,500) Chris McCafferty ($1,600)

Behaviour and Dress Code 1.

Members and guests are to adopt dress and behaviour standards in a way which will not offend other club members, or be in conflict with House Rules.

2.

Bare feet and torsos are unacceptable in any part of the Clubhouse at all times.

3a. Minimum Dress Standards - Bob Mason's Bar prior to 7pm. Thongs, dry bathers, tank tops, shirts without sleeves. 3b. Minimum Dress Standards - Bob Mason's Bar after 7pm. Shirt with sleeves, shorts and thongs. (Tank tops, shirts without sleeves and bathers are not permitted).

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3c. Minimum Dress Standards - Lounges, hall, dining areas at all times (apart from Special Functions). Respectable dress; i.e. shirt with sleeves, dress shorts and suitable footwear; e.g. shoes, dress sandals and thongs. (Bathers, tank tops and shirts without sleeves are not permitted). Smart sleeveless dresses or camisole tops are permissible. Members are requested to, whenever possible, wear smart thongs, (not basic rubbers), after 7pm, especially on the dining evenings of Wednesday and Friday. 3d. Minimum Dress Standards - Grassed areas at all times. vIn the interest of safety, no bare feet will be allowed in and around the club premises and boundaries including lawn areas and hardstanding area. Footwear must be worn at all times, this includes children. 4.

It is not permissible for members, their guests and also children to wear head gear of any kind in the club premises. Special functions and party head gear is accepted.


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Member's Draw! E V E R Y F R I D AY Imagine winning money on your membership card just by enjoying a cold beverage, good company and live music. The Member's Draw is held every Friday night and you must be in the club at the time of the draw for your chance to win.

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c i s u m e v i L EVERY WEEK

CL AUDIA TRIPP

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Biography

CR AIG PINKNE Y

A good song. It works stripped bare - a guitar and a voic fully produced band arrangement. Craig is an award win songwriter and vocalist, and an experienced and polished Having played support to acts such as Chris Isaak, Billy James Brown (to name a few), Craig is equally at home S U ND AY 2 2 M AY F R ID arena AY 17 J or U NEintimate club.

An Artist Biography

Craig Pinkney

With experience performing live in venues from London good song. It works stripped bare - asinger/ son and Sydney, CraigsAguitar music reflects the classic and a voice or with a fully produced the 60’s and 70’s. band arrangement. Craig is an award winning songwriter and vocalist, and an experienced and polished performer.

Sit back and let Craig’s music take you on a journey to a Having played support to acts such as Chris know and love. D AV E GILL AM

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Isaak, Billy Joel and James Brown (to name a few), Craig is equally at home in a concert arena or intimate club. With experience performing live in venues from London to Singapore and Sydney, Craigs music reflects the classic singer/ songwriters of the 60’s and 70’s. Sit back and let Craig’s music take you on a journey to a place you know and love.

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Landslide

THE E AGLES AND FLEET WOOD MAC TRIBUTE SHOW

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www.orssc.asn.au/events


OCEAN REEF SEA SPORTS CLUB PRESENTS

Have you been paying attention? Questions will be about current events and general knowledge.

F I R S T W E D N E S D AY OF EVERY MONTH from 7 P M Please keep tables to a 6 people max.

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All other club facilities will operate as per normal for members that do no wish to participate in the quiz.


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NIGHT

T H U R S D AY 2 6 M AY More details to come

STEAK NIGHT 2ND W EDNE SDAY OF E V ER Y MON T H

Tuesdays

6 P M - L AT E

5.30pm - 7.30pm

DARTS NIGHT

DARTS NIGHT Bar opens at 5pm. Galley closed.


T H U R S D AY NIGHT S 3 P M - L AT E

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FOOD SPECIAL S

C H A N G I N G W E E K LY

Kids E AT

FREE

E V E R Y W E D N E S D AY

Applies to main meals only. One kid's meal per adult meal purchased. Adults cannot purchase a kid's meal. Free meals only from the Kid's Specials Board. *Not available on Steak Nights (every 2nd Wednesday of the month)


Emily Hamilton MEMBER FOR JOONDALUP

Construction of our Ocean Reef Marina recently reached another key milestone with the crossing of the new breakwaters. The Marina will be home to Perth’s first coastal pool, and will be available for locals and visitors to swim laps and play some water sports. The McGowan Government is proudly investing $126.5 million to deliver this iconic development. Part of this funding includes $6.5million for new club facilities for the Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club, Marine Rescue Whitfords and Joondalup City RSL. The Marina is creating hundreds of jobs and will become a future landmark destination for our Joondalup community and WA.

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CALENDAR OF

Event s

S U ND AY 1

M AY

M O ND AY 2

T U E S D AY 3

SUNDAY SESSIONS

W E D NE S D AY 4

DARTS NIGHT

T H U R S D AY 5

KIDS EAT FREE

F R ID AY 6

$9.90 SPECIALS

QUIZ NIGHT

S AT U R D AY 7

A LA CARTE*

A NEW SENSATION A TRIBUTE TO INXS From 8pm

SAILING MEALS NIGHT OFFICE 9am - 5pm

BAR 12pm - 10pm GALLEY 12pm - 3pm 4pm - 7pm ENTERTAINMENT Nicholette Chew 4pm - 7pm 8

BAR 1pm - 11pm BAR 12pm - 12am

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY 5pm - 8pm 'A La Carte' Bookings esstential*

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm (meal specials only)

ENTERTAINMENT Claudia Tripp 7pm - 10pm

EVENT Tickets available at orssc.ans.au/events

11

12

13

14

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

BAR 5pm - 11pm

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY CLOSED

GALLEY CLOSED Bar snacks/pie warmer

9

10

OFFICE CLOSED BAR CLOSED

SUNDAY SESSIONS

DARTS NIGHT

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

STEAK NIGHT

$9.90 SPECIALS

A LA CARTE* DIVING MEALS NIGHT

MOTHER'S DAY BUFFET LUNCH From 12pm

GALLEY CLOSED

SAILING SECTION PRESENTATION NIGHT

OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 1pm - 11pm

EVENT Tickets available at orssc.ans.au/events ENTERTAINMENT Sugar Duo 4pm - 7pm 15

GALLEY 5pm - 8pm 'A La Carte' Bookings esstential*

BAR 12pm - 12am

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm (meal specials only)

ENTERTAINMENT Luke Gallagher 7pm - 10pm

EVENT Tickets available at orssc.ans.au/events

18

19

20

21

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

BAR 5pm - 11pm

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY CLOSED

GALLEY CLOSED Bar snacks/pie warmer

16

17

OFFICE CLOSED BAR CLOSED

SUNDAY SESSIONS

DARTS NIGHT

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

KIDS EAT FREE

$9.90 SPECIALS

GALLEY CLOSED

A LA CARTE* BOATING MEALS NIGHT OFFICE 9am - 5pm

BAR 12pm - 10pm GALLEY 12pm - 3pm 4pm - 7pm ENTERTAINMENT Jason Ayres 4pm - 7pm 22

BAR 1pm - 11pm

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY 5pm - 8pm 'A La Carte' Bookings esstential*

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm (meal specials only)

ENTERTAINMENT Craig Pinkney 7pm - 10pm

25

26

27

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

BAR 5pm - 11pm

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY CLOSED

GALLEY CLOSED Bar snacks/pie warmer

23

24

OFFICE CLOSED BAR CLOSED

SUNDAY SESSIONS

DARTS NIGHT

KIDS EAT FREE

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

WINE & CHEESE NIGHT

BAR 12pm - 12am (open later if there is a function/event) GALLEY CLOSED 28

A LA CARTE* ANGLING MEALS NIGHT OFFICE 9am - 5pm

BAR 12pm - 10pm GALLEY 12pm - 3pm 4pm - 7pm ENTERTAINMENT Dave Gillam 4pm - 7pm 29

BAR 1pm - 11pm

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm (meal specials only)

ENTERTAINMENT Dave Gillam 7pm - 10pm

1

2

3

BAR 5pm - 11pm

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY CLOSED

GALLEY CLOSED Bar snacks/pie warmer

30

31

OFFICE CLOSED BAR CLOSED

DARTS NIGHT

BAR 12pm - 10pm

ENTERTAINMENT Remi Mura 4pm - 7pm

GALLEY 5pm - 8pm 'A La Carte' Bookings esstential*

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

SUNDAY SESSIONS

GALLEY 12pm - 3pm 4pm - 7pm

BAR 2pm - 10pm

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

OFFICE CLOSED BAR CLOSED GALLEY CLOSED

OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 5pm - 11pm GALLEY CLOSED Bar snacks/pie warmer

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

BAR 12pm - 12am (open later if there is a function/event) GALLEY CLOSED 4


CALENDAR OF

Event s

JUNE S U ND AY 29

M O ND AY 30

T U E S D AY 31

W E D NE S D AY 1

T H U R S D AY 2

KIDS EAT FREE

F R ID AY 3

$9.90 SPECIALS

QUIZ NIGHT

S AT U R D AY 4

A LA CARTE* SAILING MEALS NIGHT

MEMBERS APPRECIATION NIGHT

OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 1pm - 11pm BAR 12pm - 12am

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY 5pm - 8pm 'A La Carte' Bookings esstential*

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm (meal specials only)

ENTERTAINMENT Claudia Tripp 7pm - 10pm

EVENT Tickets available at orssc.ans.au/events

8

9

10

11

OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 2pm - 10pm

5

6 SUNDAY SESSIONS

7 DARTS NIGHT

WESTERN AUSTRALIA DAY (WA DAY)

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

STEAK NIGHT

$9.90 SPECIALS

A LA CARTE* DIVING MEALS NIGHT

GALLEY CLOSED

LANDSLIDE - A TRIBUTE TO THE EAGLES & FLEETWOOD MAC

OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 1pm - 11pm

BAR 12pm - 10pm GALLEY 12pm - 3pm 4pm - 7pm ENTERTAINMENT Stewart Herbertson 4pm - 7pm 12

GALLEY 5pm - 8pm 'A La Carte' Bookings esstential*

BAR 12pm - 12am

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm (meal specials only)

ENTERTAINMENT Dave Gillam 7pm - 10pm

EVENT Tickets available at orssc.ans.au/events

15

16

17

18

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

BAR 5pm - 11pm

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY CLOSED

GALLEY CLOSED Bar snacks/pie warmer

13

14

OFFICE CLOSED BAR 2.30pm - 7.30pm

SUNDAY SESSIONS

DARTS NIGHT

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

KIDS EAT FREE

$9.90 SPECIALS

GALLEY CLOSED

A LA CARTE*

GIN & JAZZ NIGHT

BOATING MEALS NIGHT OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 12pm - 10pm GALLEY 12pm - 3pm 4pm - 7pm ENTERTAINMENT Jason Ayres 4pm - 7pm 19

BAR 1pm - 11pm

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm (meal specials only)

ENTERTAINMENT Craig Pinkney 7pm - 10pm

EVENT Tickets available at orssc.ans.au/events

22

23

24

25

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

BAR 5pm - 11pm

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY CLOSED

GALLEY CLOSED Bar snacks/pie warmer

20

21

OFFICE CLOSED BAR CLOSED

SUNDAY SESSIONS

BAR 12pm - 12am (open later if there is a function/event)

GALLEY 5pm - 8pm 'A La Carte' Bookings esstential*

DARTS NIGHT

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

KIDS EAT FREE

$9.90 SPECIALS

GALLEY CLOSED

A LA CARTE* ANGLING MEALS NIGHT OFFICE 9am - 5pm

BAR 12pm - 10pm GALLEY 12pm - 3pm 4pm - 7pm ENTERTAINMENT Tom Mantle 4pm - 7pm 26

BAR 1pm - 11pm

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY 5pm - 8pm 'A La Carte' Bookings esstential*

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm (meal specials only)

ENTERTAINMENT Toni Italiano 7pm - 10pm

29

30

1

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

BAR 5pm - 11pm

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY CLOSED

GALLEY CLOSED Bar snacks/pie warmer

27

28

OFFICE CLOSED BAR CLOSED

SUNDAY SESSIONS

DARTS NIGHT

KIDS EAT FREE

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

$9.90 SPECIALS

BAR 12pm - 10pm GALLEY 12pm - 3pm 4pm - 7pm ENTERTAINMENT Remi Mura 4pm - 7pm

OFFICE CLOSED BAR CLOSED GALLEY CLOSED

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

OFFICE 9am - 5pm

BAR 5pm - 11pm

BAR 2pm - 10pm

GALLEY CLOSED Bar snacks/pie warmer

GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm

OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 2pm - 10pm GALLEY 5.30pm - 7.30pm (meal specials only)

BAR 12pm - 12am (open later if there is a function/event) GALLEY CLOSED 2


Weddings

OCE AN REEF SE A SPORTS CLUB

&

Events

With sweeping views of the Indian Ocean, the Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club makes for the perfect location to hold your wedding or next special occasion.

Featuring three function areas with stunning ocean views, four licensed bars, a full service kitchen, a superb chef, a great functions coordinator and bar staff; we have all the facilities to ensure your event goes off without a hitch. Get in touch for more details and booking enquiries. Functions Co-ordinator, Debbie Clark | functions@orssc.asn.au | 0437 880 040


Our Private Function Room Hire Rates Functions Co-ordinator Debbie Clark

0437 880 040

PA N O R A M A DINING HALL WEDDINGS Member $650 Non-member $700 OTHER EVENTS Member $350 Non-member $400

SUNSET LOUNGE WEDDINGS Member $300 Non-member $350 OTHER EVENTS Member $200 Non-member $250

Magazine Advertising Rates Full Page Half Page Quarter Page 1/8th Page *All prices are excluding GST.

$200 $100 $50 $35


See you down here! Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club Ocean Reef Marina, Boat Harbour Quays, Ocean Reef

www.orssc.asn.au