A little prep & info for your visit.

Organised a sail or just keen to spectate? Here is some info you should know.

Water

Hydration is key so bring plenty of water and sustenance. It often goes unnoticed but sailing can be thirsty work. So drink up!

Sunscreen

Slip, slop and slap like never before! Sitting in a Blokart can be like laying in a lounge chair. We suggest you keep in the shade where possible.

Clothing

We highly recommend you wear long sleeves and pants. Have a hat and sunglasses handy and enclosed shoes are mandatory.

Camera

Selfie! Remember the moment, take a snap or bring an action cam. Don’t forget to share it on social media using #PBC + #windpoweredaction

Costs

Being a non-profit organisation, our costs are mostly covered by annual memberships & personal contributions.
If demoing a Blokart, a minimum $20 to cover expences like tyres and facilities on event days goes a long way.
Receipts provided on-site.

Signature

If participating in a demo or open day, kids with guardians and adults all have to sign a weiver. It is upto the desecration of the Club Committee to approve and proceed. Photographs and Video may be taken by the Club for promotional use.

Safety

Definitly taken seriously, recreational use of Blokarts requires a helmet and gloves as well as patience and responsibility.

Rain, Hail or Shine?

If there’s sun shine and a breeze, say no more! If there is rain or a storm on the horizon we must wait for it to pass or cancel the day. The final say comes from our Committee and is posted on our Facebook Page

Got a question? Contact the club.
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GETTING THERE

Perth Blokart Club would like to acknowledge the Wajup People, the traditional custodians of the land that we meet and sail upon.

Train or Walk

If you’re on the train, arrive at Warnbro Station, the Southern line runs parallel with Lake Walyungup. The distance, if walking, is approximately 1km from Safety Bay Road to the green sea container.

Cycle or Drive

Access Lake Walyungup from Safety Bay Road via a gate inside the small car park. Drive 1km south, along the treeline, to the sea container.
15km/h Speed Limit. Watch for Yachts, pedestrians & wildlife.

Google Maps

Not sure where to go? Let Google Maps take the lead.
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