The Event

The Clearsafe Environmental Solutions Great Ocean Pool Crawl is locked in for Sunday 1st March, 2020 for the 17th year! We want your support and involvement to make this day a bigger and better success than last year's!

The fun day begins at the Towradgi Park Bowls & Recreation Club for a 8:00am registration. If you have already registered online you still need to confirm your attendance and receive your shirt and reserved ticket for the bus. After registration we'll jump on the free courtesy buses that will take us from pool to pool (Approx 9:00am). If you wish to drive to each pool yourself you can follow us (but it's much more fun on the buses) and meet us at the first pool (Coalcliff) for a 9:30am start. We'll enjoy 2 laps in each rock pool before heading onto the next.

On completion of the 6th pool (Towradgi) we will make our way back to Towradgi Park Bowls & Recreation Club for entertainment (Approx 1pm), prizes and some yummy lunch!
We look forward to seeing you on the day! 

(details may change slightly prior to event, please check back here for latest information)

If you wish to support us by being a photographer/videographer on the day please contact us and express your interest. A life saver and first-aid officer will be in attendance for the entire duration of the day. 

Sunday 1st March, 2020
Towradgi Park Bowls & Recreation Club for 8:00am Registration
Towradgi Road, Towradgi NSW 2518 (beach end)

The Pools

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Coalcliff Pool
Wombarra Pool
Austinmer Pool
Bulli Pool
Woonona Pool
Towradgi Pool

Things to bring:
  • Your favourite Sunday swimmers/bathers/boardies/budgie smugglers
  • Sun protection (including sunscreen/zinc, t-shirt/rash and vest/steamer and hat)
  • Towel (A couple would be handy)
  • Any extra swimming accessories you can think of (goggles, swim caps, floaties, kick-boards, flippers) - be creative with your attire, you could win Best Outfit!

Where it all goes?

Cancer Council NSW
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We are the only organisation that works across every area of every cancer:

  • conducting and funding world-class research that underpins our work in preventing cancer
  • supporting people as they navigate the cancer journey
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We are there not only for those touched by cancer today, but to prevent and manage cancer into the future.

Cancer Council NSW is an independent charity and 96% community funded. Our unique combination of local program delivery, community engagement and national influence enables everyone who cares about cancer to make the biggest possible difference.

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