Witness the action at the 2014 Australian Surf Life Saving Championships
If you love the beach scene and enjoy sun, sand, surf and sport, mark your calendar now because an action-packed national event is about to take place. With its beautiful soft sand and blue waters, Perth offers an idyllic location for both participants and spectators and this is an event you won’t want to miss.
Still wondering what event is set to draw crowds from across the country? The Australian Surf Life Saving Championships, also known as ‘The Aussies' are coming to town. That’s right, this event is the largest of its kind across the globe, and this year it's getting underway on March 31.
This exciting championship is set to take place upon the beautiful Scarborough Beach in Perth, Western Australia, so get ready for a trip to paradise and be sure to get in and around the action.
The Aussies will be held over seven days, so if you’re heading to Perth from interstate or you’d like to stay close to the event, now’s the time to book your holiday accommodation.
"The Australian Surf Life Saving Championships, also known as ‘The Aussies' are coming to town. That’s right, this event is the largest of its kind across the globe, and this year it's getting underway on March 31.
Across the duration of the event, you can expect to see a total of 382 events, with around 4,500 men and women taking part. If you’re looking for a shorter stay, head down to Perth for the weekend and see the event take place right in front of you over two action packed days.
The event has a long history - in fact Scarborough first held the championship for Western Australia right back in 1951. The 2014 Australian Surf Life Saving Championships will mark the 11th time Scarborough has held the event.
If you’d like to stay close to the beach, then Mantra on Murray is a great option. Located near the CBD, you're not far from the sand, but will also be close to everything else Perth has to offer. In addition to this, you can choose from a spacious and comfortable studio or suite.
You might want to browse the shops or try a new restaurant and bar every night. There are plenty of natural, cultural and historical attractions to visit as well, including the Western Australian Museum, Swan River and Yanchep National Park. That means even if you take a day off from watching The Aussies action, there's something else fantastic to discover and things to do that cater for the whole family.