When you join SCC as a member you gain acccess to a wonderful resource in a premier location in Perth:
- Large open meeting area with kitchen, and balcony overlooking river (licensed for 100 people).
- Audio-visual system – data projector and large screen; DVD/BluRay, TV tuner & radio connected to loud speakers
- Gas BBQ, table tennis
- Note that this area can be hired for daytime corporate events and training (but not for parties or weddings) – email for details
- Foyer & notice board area
- Toilets, hot showers & change rooms
- Storage racks for about 300 canoes and kayaks (Club and member boats)
Nearby: Public BBQs, public toilet and a fine restaurant.
Boats: About 70 Club craft (short through long kayaks of many types, singles and doubles, surf skis, guppies) for member’s free use when paddled from the Club rooms, or to hire when transported away from Club.
Club boats and facilities are NOT TO BE USED BY NON-MEMBERS.
The key purpose of Club boats is for members to have access to a variety of boats to paddle (from the Club rooms) prior to purchasing their own craft, and not for members to use in perpetuity. It is expected that members will purchase their own craft in a reasonable time frame if boat spaces are available.
The Club will hire boats to members for sanctioned Club activities which include Club organised training courses and Club trips. The Club may also hire boats for some low damage risk private paddles and races. The final decision will be made by the Boat Hire Officer and/or the Club Committee.
Slalom gates: On the river adjacent to Club with night lighting.
Storage: For $150 a year, members can store their own boat in the boat racks (if space is available – please email for an update).
Where are we: Johnson Parade, Mosman Park just south of Mosmans Restaurant. Park in the Jabe Dodd Park carpark, and walk down the stairs to the Clubrooms.
By Train (Perth-Fremantle line):
From Mosman Park train station walk down Glyde St to the river (i.e. head east), and the club is about 100m to the right, just past Mead’s Restaurant – about a 1.5km walk.
By Bus (Bus # 107 – rather infrequent from either Perth Bus Station or Fremantle):
Passes with about 0.5km when in Palmerston St – get off near Glyde St and again walk east towards the river.