The RLSSA National Sport Committee and RLSSWA are pleased to announce the Australian Pool Lifesaving Championships 2020 will return to the west coast for the first time since 2007, hosted at Perth's premier aquatic facility, HBF Stadium, from the 10th to 12th January 2020.
HBF Stadium is currently home to a myriad of activities including elite sport training and competition, aquatics, health and fitness facilities, childcare and children’s programs as well as functions, concerts and events. The HBF Stadium Aquatic Centre is built to cater for high performance use and features:
Indoor 50m 8 lane pool, diving pool and water polo pool
Outdoor 50m 8 lane pool, 50m 10 lane pool and water polo pool
View in Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/dYxy6dFhkXLEUVPQ8
Virtual tour: https://www.hbfstadium.com.au/venue/
TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION
Qantas and Virgin Australia offer regular direct flights to Perth from most capital cities. It is recommended that attendees consider accommodation in the Scarborough and West Perth/Kings Park areas for proximity to HBF Stadium and amenities. Both areas are within a 30min drive of Perth airport and 10mins of HBF Stadium. Hire cars are available from Perth airport from all major rental providers.
Accommodation information for teams can be found on the APLSC webpage: https://www.sport.royallifesaving.com.au/aplsc
Please note this schedule is to assist with travel planning, a detailed event schedule and Meet
Program will be released in the coming months.
OFFICIALS EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
To assist our Key Officials with event planning, those who are interested in or intending on officiating at APLSC 2020 are asked to complete the expression of interest form linked here: APLSC
Completion of this form is not an event registration and is for planning purposes only. Registration for all teams, competitors, volunteers and spectators will open in October.
REGISTRATION AND ENTRIES
Registrations for all teams, competitors and officials are due to open in October. Registration and event entry information and key dates will be circulated in the coming months.
MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR STAY IN WA
From Esperance to the Kimberley, there is plenty to see and do in Australia's largest state. Renowned for it's diverse landscapes across 5 key regions, Western Australia is home to some of Australia's most iconic attractions including National parks, marine and wildlife, restaurants and wineries, beaches and outback. Plan your pre/post APLSC getaway:
Tourism Western Australia: https://www.westernaustralia.com
Destination Perth: https://www.experienceperth.com/
Western Australia through the eyes of locals, travellers and experts: https://justanotherday.westernaustralia.com/
Future event information and announcements will be published to the RLSSA website, via newsletter and social media channels. For more information please contact Caitlin Turner, Project Officer - Lifesaving Sport and Development.
E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: (02) 8217 3154 M: 0421 143 217