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The Inverloch Windsurfing Club was established on the sandbar at Anderson Inlet in 2009 with the aim to bring windsurfers of all ages and abilities together through windsurfing, recreational and social activities based around Inverloch, Victoria.   Currently the club boasts over 100 members from all over Victoria and interstate and has recently incorporated as a Not for Profit Organisation.

In the past two years IWC has run a variety of events to meet all levels of experience in the Club.  Training weekends in 2009 and 2010 with Australia’s four time world champion – Allison Shreeve, mentor days, speed training days, retailer demonstration days and come’n’try days.  JP Australia and Neil Pryde, two of the world’s largest manufacturers of windsurfing equipment, have been touring a trailer with over 30 windsurfing kits around Australia as a “Learn to Windsurf” promotion. In January 2011 IWC was offered the trailer and successfully hosted a clinic weekend.  IWC had the largest attendances for the whole of Australia.



The Inverloch Windsurfing Club Inc. has been established to:

2010 Longboard Challenge

  1. Develop and promote windsurfing as a sport amongst it’s members and the wider community.
  2. Create an environment where members feel part of a community, and can undertake their sport in a setting that is friendly, inclusive and safe.
  3. Generate a platform for events that provide members of all abilities with the opportunity to participate in the sport.
  4. Provide a social and fun mechanism for maintaining health, wellbeing and fitness.
  5. Become a strong advocate which ensures that windsurfing is adequately represented on all relevant planning policies.

Recently, the Club adopted the Essence of Australian Sport- Code of Conduct, outlined below:



IWC Committee recently released its Strategic Plan 2014-2016.



Inverloch Windsurfing Club Inc.
Code of Behaviour

Our society expects high standards of behaviour from all people involved in sport and it is vital these expectations are met and the integrity of sport maintained.  Regardless of the nature of a person’s involvement in sport, The Essence of Australian Sport provides four guiding principles that lead to appropriate behaviour: Fairness, Respect, Responsibility and Safety. The following Code of Behaviour has been developed to reflect and uphold these principles and assist in retaining the integrity and enjoyable aspects of sport.



This Code of Behaviour is intended to be the minimum standard for anyone involved in the sport of windsurfing.

• Operate within the rules and spirit of the sport, promoting fair play over winning at any cost.
• Encourage and support opportunities for people to learn appropriate behaviours and skills.
• Support opportunities for participation in all aspects of the sport.
• Treat each person as an individual.
• Display control and courtesy to all involved with the sport.
• Respect the rights and worth of every person regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion.
• Respect the decisions of officials, coaches and administrators in the conduct of the sport.
• Wherever practical, avoid unaccompanied and unobserved one-on-one activity (when in a supervisory capacity or where a power imbalance will exist) with      people under the age of 18 years.
• Adopt appropriate and responsible behaviour in all interactions.
• Adopt responsible behaviour in relation to alcohol and other drugs.
• Act with integrity and objectivity, and accept responsibility for your decisions and actions.
• Ensure your decisions and actions contribute to a safe environment.
• Ensure your decisions and actions contribute to a harassment free environment.
• Do not tolerate harmful or abusive behaviours.

• Give your best at all times.
• Participate for your own enjoyment and benefit.

• Place the safety and welfare of the athletes above all else.
• Help each person (athlete, official etc) reach their potential – respect the talent, developmental stage and goals of each person and compliment and encourage  with positive and supportive feedback.
• Any physical contact with a person should be appropriate to the situation and necessary for the person’s skill development.
• Be honest and do not allow your qualifications to be misrepresented.

• Place the safety and welfare of the athletes above all else.
• Be consistent and impartial when making decisions.
• Address unsporting behaviour and promote respect for all people.

• Act honestly, in good faith and in the best interests of the sport as a whole.
• Ensure that any information acquired or advantage gained from the position is not used improperly.
• Conduct your responsibilities with due care, competence and diligence.
• Do not allow prejudice, conflict of interest or bias to affect your objectivity.

• Encourage children to participate and have fun.
• Focus on the child’s effort and performance rather than winning or losing.
• Never ridicule or yell at a child for making a mistake or losing a competition.

• Respect the performances and efforts of all people.
• Reject the use of violence in any form, whether it is by spectators, coaches, officials or athletes.