Members from Australia’s 314 Surf Clubs come together to compete in more than 480 beach and ocean events.
Members from Australia’s 315 Surf Clubs come together to compete in more than 480 beach and ocean events.
The Aussies is an annual event where members from Australia’s 314 Surf Clubs come together to compete in more than 480 beach and ocean events. It is the largest event of its kind, only comparing the likes of the Commonwealth Games.
2022 Dates: 2 April – 10 April 2022
2022 Location: Scarboro SLSC and Trigg Island SLSC
Accommodation: Locations and accommodation options in Perth available here.
If you missed some of the action from the biggest Surf Life Saving event in the world, here’s how you can catch up on all the triumphs and trials of The Aussies 2021 and re-live the nine-day event that took place on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland from 16 April to 24 April.
Watch the Youth Competition Day 1 live stream here.
Watch the Open Competition Day 1 live stream here.
Watch the Open Competition Day 2 live stream here.
Watch the Open Competition Day 3 live stream here.
Watch the Surf Boat Finals here.
Heading to Perth? We hope you’ve got some spare time up your sleeve, because once you hear about the seaplane daytrips to Margaret River, the heli-skydiving over Rottnest Island and the open-sea swimming with wild dolphins, you might be tempted to miss the flight home.
Stand anywhere along Perth’s turquoise coast, look West and you’ll see the shimmering silhouette of Rottnest Island on the horizon.
Home to 20 bays, 63 secluded beaches and an endemic population of probably the friendliest marsupials in Australia, Perth’s car-free getaway has been put firmly on the map by a man with an uncanny ability to corral quokkas. If you’ve never heard of the quokka, or their island paradise off the coast of Perth, then here’s the ultimate lowdown in ten little known facts.
Surf Life Saving Australia thanks our event partners who are helping us organise #Aussies2022