Thanks very much to all of our volunteers for our annual regatta. The weekend was a great success with ideal weather and a fantastic atmosphere. Thanks to all of the sailors who came to sail with us.
The regatta results can be seen here.
The pristine Wallagoot Lake is situated half way between Merimbula and Tathra. The club is located on the Wallagoot Lake Road, off Sapphire Coast Drive, between Merimbula and Tathra, NSW.
There is an abundant range of accommodation available in the area. Camping is available at Hobart Beach Campground, in Bournda National Park.
The Wallagoot Lake Boat Club is located within Bournda National Park, managed by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife who charge an entry fee to visit. Members are issued with a sticker to provide exemption from this fee. Toilets and picnic tables are provided by the National Parks & Wildlife Service.
All classes welcome: monohulls and multihulls, learners and veterans. The Club has an easy-going and friendly atmosphere.
Wallagoot Lake is an estuarine lake, which is usually closed to the ocean. The lake level varies but still allowing sailing of all types of dinghys, catamarans and trailer-sailors, and launching of powerboats on the main ramp.
For more information contact:
The WLBC Committee:
|Secretary||Terry Kirby||0420 460 209|
|Commodore||Rob Morton||0428 246 903|
|Vice Commodore||Bob Harris||0427 327 168|
|Treasurer||Jeff Hope||0427 445 394|
|Events Coordinator||Rob Morton||0428 246 903|
|Publicity Officer||Mark Gerrand|
|Public Officer||Mike Stove|