2016 Season in Review

Another season has come & gone, and it’s gone rapidly.  Personally for me it means I now have a 1yr old daughter, but it also means that I’ve capped off my first year as Club President. We’ve had a phenomenal year as a club.  Significant membership growth and great event participation numbers are just some […]

Longboard Challenge

  Only a week to go and the challenges have been announced!   The Longboard Challenge.  Buy an old longboard online for $100.  Grab some friends and family and have fun doing Mick’s challenges. “Rules- What Rules?” The Longboard Challenge has established itself as the most corruptly biased event on the calendar- with judges frequently […]

Tarwin Marathon

On Sunday 17th January, 7 IWC members participated in South Gippsland Yacht Club’s Tarwin Marathon. Racing some 10-12 kilometres up Anderson Inlet, competitors had to contend with sand banks, mud flats, swirling winds and strong tides. This video shows the race as it unfolded…

What do you reckon?

Thanks to those members that filled in our IWC Survey- you answers will help to guide the Club’s decisions over the next 12 months. If you’d like to contribute, the survey is still open- please visit IWC Survey 2015-16   Results: How Long have you been windsurfing? What level are you at?   How would you […]

IWC features in Healthy Sporting Environments Case Study

IWC was recently profiled in a Gippsport Case Study, as part of VicHealth’s Healthy Sporting Environments initiative. Our Case Study looked at the challenges faced by clubs that don’t have building or facilities, and also how the use of social media has assisted our membership. Read More (in PDF)

Sailing Numbers Now a Requirement on Anderson Inlet

EDITOR’S UPDATE- Noon, April 1st, 2015:   Thanks to those members who responded to the information below. Please read the instructions carefully, along with the date that this information was posted! In an Australia wide first, IWC has been asked to participate in a trial of the Registration of Sailing Vessels. The trial, run in […]

Not So Instant Messaging!

Daz and Wendy Jepsen recently did a hike around Cape Liptrap, and in their travels came across an old rum bottle full of messages…So did it contain a pirate’s hidden treasure map or a call for SOS?  Well not quite… The bottle was thrown overboard from the Spirit of Tasmania a month earlier…in that time […]

Discover Windsurfing Weekend

Wow1  What a turn out! Over 130 people came down to the Angling Club over the weekend and had a go at Windsurfing….and its fair to say that more than a few left totally hooked! A fantastic two days of fun, wind, waves and laughter Thanks to Yachting Victoria for the showbags and SHQ Boardsports […]