SURFING WA COVID-19 UPDATE – 01.02.2021

Due to the recent events, Surfing WA will be adhering to all government advice & will be following strict lockdown requirements for the next 5 days.

The Surfing WA offices & Surfing WA Surf School will be closed this week, with all programs & lessons scheduled to take place cancelled.

Further updates regarding the @voltewetsuits WA Surf Masters Titles will be provided shortly – But are likely to be postponed to a later date.

Staff can still be reached via email & for all general enquiries can be directed to [email protected] 

Please remember, you can only exercise for one hour with one other person in your neighbourhood, so if you’re surfing, stick to your local & keep it short & sweet.

Remember face masks are mandatory if leaving your home you. Stay safe WA, we’ve got this!

More information is available via the WA Government website:

www.wa.gov.au/government/announcements/perth-metro-peel-and-south-west-enter-hard-lockdown

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