Diving Associations for Kids - Mosman Park (6012)

Perth Inner City, the Perth Region, Western Australia (WA)

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Diving associations for kids - greater than 5km from Mosman Park (6012)

Pelican Charters Malaga
Pelican Charter offers a luxury boat cruise from Hire Perth to Fremantle along the Swan River shore line. These cruises will allow you to enjoy and experience the maritime tourism in all its glory. You can take a trip to the Carnac Island and enjoy the lush botanical greenery and the pristine blue of the ocean. You can also book a party boat to host your annual office parties, your birthday parties or formal parties and roam around in the sea while enjoying the company of those whom you love. Your ...

Other water sport activities for kids - in and around Mosman Park (6012) (within 5km)

Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation
The Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation based in Fremantle, Western Australia offering experiential learning and leadership development programs to young people ages 14-25 aboard a traditional tall ship. During the summer months (November - March) the general public has an opportunity to experience the STS Leeuwin II on one of their 3-hour coastal sails. Passengers can get involved in sailing activities such as raising the sails, taking the helm and possibly even ...
Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation
Leeuwin's Youth Explorer Voyages Packed with adventure and sailing activities, voyages aboard the Leeuwin are a great way to push your personal limits and overcome challenges. Leeuwin is a working ship, so during the voyage you will be part of all ship operations, from steering the ship, setting and furling the sails, navigating and cleaning the ship to climbing the masts, working aloft and standing watch while sailing through the night. Leeuwin operates under the principle of ‘challenge ...
About PGFC History Perth Game Fishing Club (PGFC) was formed in 1949 by a group of some 20 individuals who enjoyed a common interest in game fishing and had boats which could venture to Rottnest Island and beyond. Pelagic fish such as Spanish mackerel were abundant in those days and marlin were the pinnacle species for capture. Originally known as the Western Australian Game Fishing Association (WAGFA), the club changed its name to PGFC allowing the WAGFA name to be used by the peak state body ...
Windsurfing Western Australia organises windsurfing events for sailors of all skill levels and windsurfing disciplines from chasing the perfect wave through to the adrenalin rush of speed sailing. In addition to organising events, the main aim of WWA is to bring all of WA's windsurfers together under one body to promote and develop windsurfing in Western Australia. WWA also provides a voice for windsurfers in maintaining access to sailing spots which are increasingly coming under pressure.
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