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LEARN TO DANCE AT
Beginners | Tuesday 15 July, 8pm & Wednesday 16 July, 7pm
Improvers | Tuesday 15 July, 8pm & Wednesday 16 July, 7pm
Intermediate | Wednesday 16 July, 7pm
Advanced | Tuesday 15 July, 8pm
New Vogue | Tuesday 15 July, 7pm
Courses run for 8 weeks and includes free entry to Wednesday
Dance for duration of course.
ADULT DANCE | Wednesday’s 8 – 10.30pm
SUNDAY DANCE | 1st Sunday Monthly 6pm – 10pm
110 North Lake Road, Myaree | 9330 2455 or 0433 088 180
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.dancepowerperth.com.au
Saturday 30th August 8-12pm,
Fabulous Floorshow, Bookings Essential by 16th August.
Principals Graham Thomas and Julie Patchett
Australian & International Champions
Grab your wettie and prepare yourself for some
serious waves. Come winter, Perth has some of
the best surf of the year.
“Surfing in winter is actually pretty good,” says Surfing WA CEO Mark Lane. “Many of the
Perth reefs break during this time of year, from Mandurah to Two Rocks, including Rottnest.
These places can handle pretty much any swell size that our winter storms serve us.” Brave
the chill at these beaches, but, Mark says, always surf with a buddy, and make sure you can
handle the swell before you paddle out.
Cables | An artificial reef
built 1km off the coast,
Cables is the best wave in
Perth, but needs a big swell
to break, and can only be
surfed a few times a year
because it’s so exposed to
the winds. Keep an eye out.
Madora Bay | A fast,
hollow beach break, Madora
Bay is a fun, uncrowded
option, even when the
swell is small. Check nearby
Singoes as well. Madora
Cottesloe | The south-of-
the-city equivalents to Trigg,
the reefs north of Cott
(Isolators, Coves, and
Seconds) are usually
crowded but dependable
choices. The main beach
needs a bigger swell to
break, but is fairly sheltered
from southerly winds.
Trigg | It’s that crowded for a reason – there
are always consistent waves at both Trigg
Beach and Trigg Point. 99 per cent of the
time they close out, but they are worth a look.
Trigg Beach, West Coast Drive, Trigg.
Watermans Bay | When the winds are light
and the swell is up, this beach break is
a reliable option. Watermans Bay, West
Coast Drive, Watermans Bay.
Mettams Pool | With smaller waves and
a sandy beach, Mettams is a good option for
beginners, and it’s great for snorkelling when
the waves aren’t breaking. Mettams Pool,
Giles Street, Trigg.
The Spot, Yanchep | A fast, powerful reef
break, The Spot picks up a lot of swell, making
it a reliable option and well worth the trip
north. Two Rocks Road, Yanchep.
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