Tide Magazine - September / October 2022

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A BI-MONTHLY ISSUE BY OCEAN REEF SEA SPORTS CLUB FEAT. REPORTS FOR Angling, Darts, Sailing, Powerboat, Diving & Club Events. SINCE 1973 ISSUE SEP/OCT 2022

thewhat’sDiscoverundersurface EVERY ISSUE Commodore’s Report 5 General Manager's Report 6 Management Committee 8 Meet the Committee 9 Seasonal Sessions 10 At the Galley 11 Angling Report 12 Darts Report 16 Sailing Report 18 Powerboat Report 20 Diving Report 22 Club Events Report 24 Membership Benefits 34 Upcoming Events 35 Membership Draw 36 Live Music Schedule 38 Calendar of Events 44 Weddings and Functions 46 Advertising Rates 47 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 ISSUE SEP/OCT 2022

Hello Members, This TIDE edition completes my first year as Commodore. The last 12 months have been eventful, and I believe pretty good ones for the Club. We have been able to sustain and improve the Club while facing imminent relocation and a persistent pandemic. I have to say I’m proud of the way our Club has risen to the challenges.

As part of the effort to protect the Club’s future, the 2022/2023 Committee will address: • Membership Capacity - the Committee will continue to review membership numbers each month to ensure the enjoyment of the Club by members is not impeded by overcrowding.

• By-Laws – The Management Committee has the responsibility for the Club’s By-laws, and is in the process of updating them. The intention is to have a draft ready for the members in the coming months.

From Commodorethe Ken Wood Ken Wood Commodore 4 • Club Constitution – The Club’s Constitution needs an overhaul, and to that end, the Committee will draft a revised Constitution for members’ review at the Half-Yearly General Meeting in February. Club Operations Our General Manager Fenn McDonnell has completed his first year, and I’d like to acknowledge his efforts to date. He and our Staff have maintained and even improved all areas of Club operations, including the office, bar, galley and functions. Balancing the wants and needs of a diverse membership seeking to enjoy our little Club in their own way will always present a challenge, and I would like to thank both the Members and Staff for their efforts and patience in making it work.

Erick Erhard - Diving Steve Hayward – Power Boating Terry O’Grady – Sailing

– Angling

Club Relocation

Best regards, 5

I would like to express my appreciation for the effort the Management Committee has put into guiding the Club in 2021/2022. I especially want to thank two of the more hard-working members, Peter Hawker – Treasurer, and Dave HarnettSecretary, who are stepping back from their roles to give others a go. The activity Sections have nominated new Rear Commodores, and I would like to give thanks to their Section leaders taking a Johnbreak:Lebeter

Club Management

The latest update from Development WA regarding the timeline for the project indicates they intend to complete the breakwater by the end of the year and commence dredging and seawall construction immediately after. Land clearing adjacent to the Club will begin in September and will continue into next year. Construction of the new club facility is scheduled to commence in the second quarter of 2023, with a 14-month build duration. Negotiations with the City of Joondalup regarding our future tenancy agreement have been initiated, and we’re hoping to have a recommendation to present to the members in time for the Half-Yearly General Meeting in February. The response from the members to the invitation to participate in the relocation working groups has been very positive, and we will keep members apprised of the results of their work. Finally, my personal thanks to all our volunteers for their selfless and under-appreciated help. They’re usually in the background, dedicating their time to getting things done for their Club. As an organization primarily run by volunteers, any success we have enjoyed is in large measure due to their efforts.

Hello members, I have to say I am looking forward to spring weather and the summer season full of festivities. Events We are kicking off the Spring/Summer events with a “Spring By The Sea” on the 1st of October. This will have plenty of entertainment, games, activities for kids and adults and a special spring menu. Open Day – Opening of the Seasons will be on the 9th of October. Back by popular demand will be another “Bali By The Sea 3.0” event on the 12th of November. We welcome back the Bali Community to join forces and make us feel like we are in Bali without needing to fly anywhere. Committee I would like to welcome our new committee members following our AGM. It’s great to see some new faces. Plus, a big thank you to the retiring members of the committee. The Rear Commodores as well as Peter Hawker and Dave Harnett who have both done an amazing job and have been very supportive in my first year at the club. Playground We will have a brand-new playground in September; this will be a highlight for the young ones to enjoy the club even more. Please be patient as there may be a few days that kids will not be able to use the playground whilst the installation is taking place.

Our new POS is finally installed. We trust this will help with more efficient service and less waiting times with better technology. Members can now order food from any till. Please be patient as with any major systems upgrade, there might be a few bumps in the road.

Currently, we are looking for: - Assistant Bar Manager/Duty Manager - Sous Chef/Senior Chef - Yardy/Maintenance General Hand As always, my door is always open, please come and say g’day any time with any suggestions. Look forward to seeing you all down at the Club. Regards, 6

Fenn McDonnell

Fenn McDonnell General Manager POS

Annual Member Subscription Fees It’s that time of the year again, all the invoices are being sent in the mail as they are due on the 1st of September. Please pay as soon as you can, we will give you a few months’ grace. Staff We have been very lucky always to have enough staff to serve all the members, but staff do come and go a lot in this industry. Our core team is stable and doing an amazing job. Please be respectful to anything they ask, that includes calling last drinks!

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Paul has been sailing at the club since 2007. He has held roles in the sailing committee and took on the role of Sailing Rear Commodore in 2019, then Vice Commodore in 2021. Paul is now sailing a yacht his father built in 1976 and his aim is to continue to build club participation in all sections. Hindley

FEAT. VICE COMMODORE

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.

Favourite Saying? “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.”

Name? Paul Phipps

Paul Phipps

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.

PATRON Ian Younghusband TRUSTEES Robbie Young, Gary Bell and Phil Gallagher FLAG OFFICERS Commodore | Ken Wood 0417 976 327 Vice Commodore | Graham

0400 595 000 Vice Commodore | Paul Phipps 0407 423 008 Hon. Secretary | Sheila Hearson 0413 905 628 Hon. Treasurer | Geoff Tavener 0419 274 977 REAR COMMODORES Angling | Francis McKeown 0438 940 363 Diving | Laurie Campbell 0417 990 534 Power Boating | Stephen Lazenby 0448 047 201 Sailing | Andrew Hodkinson 0413 784 400 Social | Joanne Harfield 0478 957 093 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 CommitteeManagement2022 8 9

The secret to good parenting is to firstly maintain your own sanity

How do you like to start your day? Coffee and Eggs Best advice you've been given?

The questions we ask share insight into each members personal tastes and lifestyle away from their club duties.

Favourite holiday destination? Whitsunday Islands What's your guilty pleasure? Toblerone What would we most likely find you doing on the weekend? Sailing What do you enjoy most about the ORSSC? Intergenerational Socialising Why do you enjoy most about being the Vice Commodore? The opportunity to develop the club efficiency to embrace the recent growth

Favourite Beverage? Lemon Squash Favourite Sport? Water Skiing

Occupation? Network Engineer

Favourite Food? Italian (Veal Scaloppini)

Meet the Committee

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AT THE GALLEY *Management Reserve the right to close the bar earlier than the times listed at our discretion. 10 11

Kids Eat WednesdayFreeNights Except on Steak Night. $19 Steak Night Second Wednesday night of every month. Thursday $9.90 Meals Every Thursday. Weekly ANDCOMEFavouritesClubONDOWNTOTHECLUBENJOYAMEAL! see you soon

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Entertainment Fenton Wilde Friday 2 September Leigh Aldersea Sunday 4 September Neil Adams Friday 9 September Grant Touchell Sunday 11 September Craig Pinkney Friday 16 September Jammin with Charlie Sunday 18 September Fenton Wilde Friday 23 September Nicholette Chew Sunday 25 September Jason Ayres Friday 30 September September Julius Lutero Sunday 2 October Dave Gillam Friday 7 October Pat Pollard Sunday 9 October Barry Gee Friday 14 October Qynn Beardman Sunday 16 October Neil Adams Friday 21 October Remi Mura Sunday 23 October Jason Ayres Friday 28 October Dave Gillam Sunday 30 October October The club hosts live music and entertainment every week on Fridays

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*Schedule can be subject to change due to Covid-19.SpringSessions

closed GALLEY HOURS Monday closed Tuesday closed Wednesday 5.30pm

DAYS BAR GALLEY closed closed Tuesday 5pm - 12am* bar snacks* Wednesday 2pm - 12am* 5.30pm - 7.30pm Thursday 3pm - 12am* 5.30pm - 7.30pm Friday 2pm - 12am* 4pm - 8pm* Saturday 12pm - 12am* bar snacks* Sunday 12pm - 12am* 12pm - 7pm Public Holidays (unless advised)otherwise 2.30pm - 7.30pm - 7.30pm 5.30pm - 7.30pm 4pm - 8pm* closed 12pm - 7pm Holidays are essential for the Galley on Fridays 4pm - 8pm. snacks - includes the use of the pie warmer, if available. from 7pm to 10pm from 4pm to 7pm.

The next boat fishing comp will be on the 3 September and the next Angling meeting will be on the 7 September. We have now booked our presentation evening for the 15 September and we will talk more about details at the meeting on 7 September. August Boat Fishing Comp

July Boat Fishing Comp

SummarySeason Francis McKeown

July seems such a long time ago now but I haven't lost my marbles just yet!

The weather forecast as I remember it wasn't going to be that bad, Reel Crazy headed West and it wasn't too long before Terry and I were looking at each other thinking this isn't good but we pushed on. The further we went the better the day got. The weather may now be playing ball but the fish weren't. Again, we persisted, and some fish ended up in the esky. Back at Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club at the weighing area, it was pleasing to see a good number of bags to be weighted. Even more pleasing was to see some ladies and mini juniors had also been fishing and had bags to weigh in – well done!

UPCOMING EVENTS

Unfortunately I was away for the August competition, sunning myself in the NT and playing with crocs. I believe the weather forecast was for quite a bit of rain which didn't stop the die-hards from venturing out.... good on you!

Men’s winner | Glenn Wheymouth Veterans winner | G Cole Francis McKeown Boat Fishing Captain Tight lines and stay safe ReportAnglingThe Men’s winner | Glenn Wheymouth Veterans winner | Terry Bell Ladies winner | Belinda Mallon Mini junior | Crew Bell 12 13

In the ladies, Maree come second with one of many wrasse she caught over the weekend weighing 389g. Maree also got another Octopus which she released AGAIN! Good work Maree! Sue Freeman won the ladies, with 4 species including a flathead of 379g and a Tailor of 548g. Sue ended up with 63 points. In the mens, Ricko came second with 4 species, 2 heaviest with a score of 58 points. John Lebeter won again with 6 species, 4 heaviest, with a total score of 93 points. John had the biggest Tailor(763g) & Skippy(560g) of the day. There was a funny incident at the end of the awards with the lucky competitor prize randomly selecting Doug Fox. The joy was short lived as Doug was ineligible as the whiting he caught shrunk below the minimum size of 20cm meaning it was awarded to the next in line being Mark Purchas. It was a bit of a double kick in the guts for Doug. As the good bloke Doug is he had a good chuckle and hopefully his luck turns around for the next comp. The next and last beach competition for the year is the 18/19th of September. Hopefully we get some great numbers participating.

July Beach Fishing Comp With another monthly comp falling in the middle of winter it was a nice to see the numbers almost double this comp with 10 anglers weighing in. The weather for the weekend actually ended up fairly nice. Low winds and sunshine for most of the Saturday meant for comfortable fishing conditions. My plans for a snapper on the drone went pearshaped shortly after my drone took flight, as the connection with the controller was lost…sending it spiralling into the surf. I managed to pull it back in but it was probably the last time she'll fly. All was forgotten after a few pints and an early dinner with mr mulloway himself at the pub. Mark, Nicole, Doug, Chris & Maree all headed south in hope for some Salmon and a few other south coast species. Maree got herself a Wrasse which gained her second place. Maree also hooked a MONSTER Octopus and after telling everyone at the club she released it, wasn't too popular! I'm not a massive fan of eating Octopus, but I tell ya the only man that's cooked it that I've really enjoyed, was Doug Rasmussen's pickled occy. Absolutely Nicoledelicious!Fraser ended up winning the ladies with 2 species, a herring & wrasse of 470 grams. Nicole ended up with 35 points, she also managed to get a squid off the Busso jetty, Great work! That's a couple of weeks in a row now Nicole has been victorious.

In the vets Locky won with 70 points, which included 4 species all heaviest including a chunky 652g Skippy. Graeme Cole came second with 2 species and a score of 22 points. In the mens, Doug fox came in third place with 2 species totalling 34 points. Doug also got a Mullet in those 2 fish. In second place, with 6 species, was Ricko. In his bag, he had only the one heaviest which was a 105g whiting. Ricko also got a decent skippy of 495g & Tailor of 630g. John Lebeter ended up winning overall, with 6 species also but 4 heaviest. John ended up with 94 points including a Tailor of 656g, Tarwhine of 454g & a lovely Skippy of 763g. Nicely done Pommy! John’s luck didn't end there with him winning the mystery fish which was the Tailor! $110 was in the envelope which I'm sure he'll shout us all a beer at the next weigh in... NOT!!! Aha! We only have 2 more comps until the start of the 22/23 season.

August Beach Fishing Comp

The weather for this month's competition was fairly good, especially considering the horrendous weather Perth has faced in the past 3 weeks. Apart from being a very chilly weekend, it was perfect. The cold weather must of kept a few people inside with their heaters on as we only had 12 bags weighed in. In the mini juniors, we had 2 kids weigh in with Kaia & Crew both catching a wrasse each, with crew winning with the heaviest (468g to 322g). In the vets we had Clive & Locky, both with 5 species & 3 heaviest. Clive officially won, having the extra 8 grams of weight in his bag! Doesn't get much closer than that. Maybe should of rolled a few of those fish in the sand Locky aha! This is the first time in awhile that Clive has beaten Locky, this was made even sweeter as per the tradition of their rivalry, Clive had his Guinness served by Locky on one knee in front of the crowd.

SummarySeason Rob Meneguz

Rob Meneguz Beach Fishing Captain Tight lines

With the annual beach fishing competition for the 21/22 season nearing the end, it's going to be a close finish with Pommy John, Ricko and Kiwi leading the pack.

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Erin Osbaldiston

The Winter Series is well underway with nearly reaching the halfway point. ORSSC teams continue to perform strongly. In some cases, the leader board isn’t doing justice for some teams with last place beating the leading team regularly. At the end of the day though it’s all about consistency and in my case pure “luck” getting the winning pegs. It has been great to see some of the C-grade players stepping up to help out our B-grade team who were short on numbers. Bluewater Darts Association runs the competition and will celebrate their 40th year in September 2022.

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Erin Osbaldiston

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• Mary Ellis cleaning up with 3 pegs against the competition leaders MACC White Player registrations can be made at any time during the Season which goes through until November 2022. Hope to see you at the Oche!

Winter Darts Series

Player registrations can be made at any time during the Season which goes through until November 2022. For any interested players, there is a form to put your details in the Mason bar on the Darts notice board.

UPCOMING EVENTS Doubles competition to be held at Quinns Rock (all grades) on 6 September 2022 Breast Cancer fundraiser 2-day Dart Tournament 17-18 September 2022

ORSSC White (C-Grade) Series highlights so far • Chris Gaston aka “Kiwi’” 151 Peg (should be in the World Darts Series”) – OR Lime 1 • Steve Robertson aka “Pirate” – Leading number of 180’s - OR Lime 1

• Drew Harvey – Stepping up to fill in for B grade and winning his singles games • C Grade – 4 OR White players in the top 10 season averages (Gary Bell 4th, Terry Bell 5th, Brad Kull 7th & Drew Harvey (9th)

Rear Commodore, Sailing

The weather gods have been somewhat unkind so far this winter, with some blustery cold fronts coming through right on cue for race days. So far we have managed to stage only 2 out of the four races Quicksilverscheduled.tookout

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Winter Racing Series

Terry O'Grady

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION By the time this report is published the Sailing Section will have a new Rear Commodore – Andrew Hodkinson. Andrew is the owner of “Venomous” which is a Spider 28 Trailer Sailer. We welcome him to the role and wish him well.

1st Place in the W1 race, both W2 and W3 races were cancelled due to poor weather and Venomous triumphant in the W4. Carnage on the Hardstand A couple of “once a year” cold fronts have smashed into the Ocean Reef coast this winter causing damage to one of the boats in the Hardstand. Our Commodore Ken Wood’s yacht “Louisa”, could not stay on her trailer during a big gust and took off in flight again once more. It appears the fence broke her fall to some extent and it appears her injuries are somewhat superficial at the time of this report.

UPCOMING EVENTS Winter Races 5 to 7 Commodores Cup 9 October PAST EVENTS Winter Racing series Olive Picking at the James’ Farm 18

Terry O'Grady

A beautiful clear weekend of winter weather had a large contingent of members from the Power Boat Section heading to the spectacular southwest town of Dwellingup.

1-3 July 2022 Weekend Camping Adventure at Nanaga Bush Camp, Dwellingup in conjunction with the Dive Section

Sunday had us all heading home with great memories of a wonderful weekend of friendship and shared interests.

With some mild trepidation members headed off for a weekend of camping which turned out to be anything but and a lot closer to glamping. The large communal wood log cabin easily housed all our members, Indoor fires and a large kitchen and community areas ensured a very social atmosphere.

Lunch at East Fremantle Yacht Club 9 July

Unfortunately, the weather was completely against the members who were planning to arrive by boat at the East Fremantle Yacht club. Deciding to arrive by car we were welcomed by the club for a wonderful lunch overlooking the Swan River. The venue and the many members who attended made for a great afternoon despite the massive squalls of wind and rain that battered the club house.

Many varied on and off water activities are planned for the next few months.

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Steve Hayward Rear Commodore, Power Boating

On Friday night amongst the tall trees of the Dwellingup Forrest and around a large outdoor fire pit we all enjoyed great conversation great bush tucker and refreshments which had the team sleeping well in the cool conditions.

UPCOMING EVENTS River Run to Woodbridge house for a tour and lunch. PAST EVENTS Nanga Bush Camp weekend East Fremantle Yacht Club Lunch

Highlights Remainder of 2022 with adventures on and off the Regards,water.

SummarySeason Steve Hayward GENERAL BUSINESS

Saturday morning had the crew up early for hikes around the surrounding bush land, followed by a relaxed lunch at a local cidery. Saturday night saw a number of member head off to the local watering hole to catch a game of rugby on the big screen between South Africa and Wales before returning to the firepit to share memories of the game.

Nanga Bush Camp A magical weekend was had by 29 ORSSC members from the Dive, Powerboat and Social Sections -very bi-sectional!!! The trip was arranged by Erick Erhard and Rick Green. A lively interactive group of like-minded people. First stop, lunch on Friday at the old Dwellingup Pub. Mother Nature turned off the heat but showered us in glorious sunshine, with no wind or rain for the whole weekend. The campfires were glowing round the clock to warm the chilly air at Nanga. This was mainly thanks to the ‘wood collecting wheelbarrow fillers’ and fire packers! Midnight trips to the loo saw the fires topped up so the early noisy risers could have a warm place to huddle with the first cuppas! Comfy bunk house style accommodation, ear plugs were a must, as a few endeavoured to suck the curtains from the windows (snorers!). A sprint to the screaming hot showers wasn’t for the faint-hearted, as the draught in the washrooms would have turned you blue or skint the cat. One participant selected to have a cold shower unknowing the screaming hot water was on the other side. As if it wasn’t cold enough. The kitchen facility was excellent, with plenty of space for all to prepare food of many culinary delights. Friday night dinner was a cook-up with catch-up banter and bevies. Saturday morning saw tour guide Phil Gallagher lead the motley mob around the National Park in a convoy, all reminiscing about the ‘old Dwellingup bush camping days’-dirt tracks, bush toilets and no camping systems. Now, all the roads are sealed, campsites are organised, and many new picnic areas and ablution blocks are scattered about the park - a credit to the Shire for preserving this beautiful spot. A Saturday lunchtime trip to the Cidery for tasting and mini lunch, before afternoon naps for those who were off to the village to watch the Rugby. In the afternoon the E-scooters came out for a whizz about the camp, the alfresco fire pit (after a great effort by a few!) was a blaze amongst the kookaburras and the jovial banter of the group.

On July 23rd the dive section held its end-ofseason function which was a Swan River Cruise. It was a great day for the 35 section members who came along, however the weather wasn’t really on our side with a lot of rain and wind. The day started at midday with everyone dressed in their Christmas-themed outfits boarding the party bus to head down to Barrack Street Jetty. We were almost on the freeway when it was discovered there was no champagne on board for the ladies - so it was a quick detour back to the club for Oncesupplies.onboard the Charter Boat, we headed down to Matilda Bay and picked up a mooring so we could sit back and enjoy whilst the crew cooked up the BBQ. After a lovely lunch and a few speeches, we cruised down the river but it was a bit windy out on the river so we headed back to Elizabeth Keys where we spent our remaining time in calm waters and the Perth skyline in front of us. Once back at Barrack Street and a quick transfer from boat to bus we were in for another entertaining trip back to the club with many great singers and dancers all the way. Many thanks to everyone who came along and helped transfer food and drinks from bus to boat and back and special thanks to Paula for making the salads and Georgina for organising our drinks.

I would like to thank the dive section and the management committee for their support over the last two years as Rear Commodore of the Dive Section, and welcome Laurie Campbell as the new Rear Commodore.

GENERAL BUSINESS Compressor training will be held on the 10th of September 2022 at 11am - all welcome. If you are unable to make this date, feel free to contact Graeme Cole to make another time.

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Dive section dine-in has been well attended with 30 members coming along and the dive meetings have been well attended.

ReportDivingThe Music and laughter were flowing into the night under the clear starry sky. There were visits from cheeky Bandicoots and naughty kangaroos - Rick was tested to share his biscuit with one little fellow. He liked it so much that he let himself and his mates into the kitchen later to scavenge more! Sunday began with a yummy breakfast, a quick busy bee clean-up of the facilities, fond farewells for a few, and most of the group boarded the Hotham Valley Steam Ranger Train for a 2-hour ride along the old train lines through historic Dwellingup. A most enjoyable start to the day before the road trip back to APerth.proposal to repeat the trip in 2023 and hire the Kayaks so that all can have a paddle to their experience levels on the river which is adjacent to the accommodation. TBA.

PAST EVENTS River NangaCruiseBush Camp UPCOMING EVENTS SUP event October Legacy Weekend 8-11 December 2022 River Cruise

Georgina Badman Bar & Events Manager

Georgina Badman

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Groove Karaoke braved the elements on a cold Friday night in July to bring us a karaoke disco, it is safe to say we don’t have any Australian idols in our Nextclub.upwas the annual Commodores Ball appropriately titled “UNDER THE SEA”, the Club was beautifully decorated to depict this theme. Paula created a menu that thoroughly impressed our guests and to finish the night Dr Bogus helped them all dance the night away. We have some very good photos of the Ball here in the magazine, if you would like to see all the photos go to Kevin McGinn -

Commodores-Ballkevinmcginn.com.au/Clients/ORSSC/2022-https://www.

Saturday 17 September Gin & Jazz Night 1 October Spring by the Sea 9 October Opening of the Season 29 October Oktoberfest

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Here at ORSSC we pride ourselves in keeping our members and their guests entertained all year round, despite cold winds and lots of rain this winter our members still love a good night out.

Sunday

Saturday

To finish off our Winter Club nights were none other than the iconic tribute Band ACDC, they were amazing and enjoyed by the whole crowd including myself, you could have closed your eyes and it would have been the real deal. With Winter on its way out and Spring upon us, it’s time to change it up again - the entire team at ORSSC are involved in bringing the best entertainment for everyone all year round. Watch this space for some more amazing days at ORSSC for you all to enjoy. Please book your tickets fast online through our website so you don’t miss out as we always sell out the events.

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Spring by the Sea

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With sweeping views of the Indian Ocean, watch the new Marina being built every day as well as yacht races, sea birds and sunsets. Including plenty of parking for members and guests, there really is nothing else like us along the sunset coast, we are completely unique!

It’s that time of year again at ORSSC. It’s Oktoberfest

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Thats right - Winter is almost over and with that, we say goodbye to the cold and rain and HELLO to Spring, warm weather and cracking sunsets! Join us for SPRING BY THE SEA which will have something for everyone. Get on your best spring florals and outfits as there will be a prize for best dressed along with plenty of entertainment for the kids, cocktail specials and delicious food.

2022UPCOMING Events

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.

Community and Connection

Gin & Jazz Night!

MEMBERSHIPSCLUB

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

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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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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.

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Events & Functions

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Opening of the Season

there's just somuch on offer!

Thistime!year we are going all out with a selection of classic German beers, LIVE music by a traditional German Oompah Band, and German food.

Benefits

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

Members are invited to attend in the afternoon of the Opening of the Season to cerebrate with the club. There will be bouncing castles, entertainment and sausage sizzles - all welcome.

SEPTEMBER TO OCTOBER

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

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.

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

The night will kick off with our resident gin experts providing premium Gin tastings. Indulge in the range of delicious food on the grazing tables, get spoilt with roaming canapes and hit the sweet spot with something from the dessert station! Then sit back, relax and enjoy live Jazz music by Alcatraz.

Location & Convenience

Did you miss the last draw? JULY Chris Blowers ($800) John Tufnel ($900) Kim Merkl ($1,000) Brett Richards ($1,100) Colin Hutchinson ($1,200) AUGUST Nathan Gillespie ($1,300) Paul Brown ($1,400) Bree-Anne Rose ($1,500) Alan Millard ($1,600) theCornerWinner's Congratulations to all our Members that have won the draw and took home the big prize! EVERY FRIDAYEVERY FRIDAY 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. the Member'sMember'sDraw!Draw! Good Luck! the 37

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Jhoe moved from Bali to Australia in 2015 and is now resident in Perth WA. In Bali Jhoe ran his own music agency “Bali Gigs” sourcing local musicians to appear in some of the biggest hotel chains on the island. he performs at weddings, events and many local venues such as The Camfield, Hillary’s Yacht Club and The Esplanade Hotel long song list featuring top 40 music, along with some of his favourites – James Brown, Jackson, John and Seal.

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OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 1pm - 12am GALLEY 4pm - 8pm 'A La Carte' Bookings essential* ENTERTAINMENT Fenton Wilde 7pm - 10pm OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 1pm - 12am GALLEY 4pm - 8pm 'A La Carte' Bookings essential* ENTERTAINMENT Craig Pinkney 7pm - 10pm OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 1pm - 12am GALLEY 4pm - 8pm 'A La Carte' Bookings essential* ENTERTAINMENT Fenton Wilde 7pm - 10pm OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 1pm - 12am GALLEY 4pm - 8pm 'A La Carte' Bookings essential* ENTERTAINMENT Jason Ayres 7pm - 10pm BAR 12pm - 12am GALLEY CLOSED BAR 12pm - 12am GALLEY CLOSED BAR 12pm - 12am GALLEY CLOSED BAR 12pm - 12am GALLEY CLOSED QUIZ NIGHT 9am - 5pm BAR 1pm - 12am GALLEYBAR 12pm - 12am GALLEY 12pm - 7pm ENTERTAINMENT Julius Lutero 4pm - 7pm BAR 12pm - 12am GALLEY 12pm - 7pm ENTERTAINMENT Pat 4pmPollard-7pm BAR 12pm - 12am GALLEY 12pm - 7pm ENTERTAINMENT Qynn Beardman 4pm - 7pm BAR 12pm - 12am GALLEY 12pm - 7pm ENTERTAINMENT Remi Mura 4pm - 7pm OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 5pm - 12am GALLEY CLOSED Bar snacks/pie warmer OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 5pm - 12am GALLEY CLOSED Bar snacks/pie warmer OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 5pm - 12am GALLEY CLOSED Bar snacks/pie warmer OFFICE 9am - 5pm BAR 5pm - 12am GALLEY CLOSED Bar snacks/pie warmer OFFICE CLOSED BAR

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