Whenever club news or information of interest to members becomes available, it will be posted here.
The Jetty and Boat Ramp will be closed from the 1st of November 2023 until late January 2024.
WARNING: The area will be fenced off as contractors and machinery will be working in the area. No member is to enter this area. Please make your children aware and to stay well clear.
Information will be posted here as the construction moves forward.…MBFC Committee
We are introducing a new convenient way for members to pay their annual club fees on-line.
Online registration will open on the 1st July 2023
Please ensure your e-mail is current to receive further details. If your e-mail has changed, please advice us ASAP: (admin @ manglesbay.com.au)
Membership Fees are Due by 31st August.
The Department of Transport (DoT) will soon announce the launch of the new safety equipment regulations for recreational vessels in WA.
For more informstion you can download a PDF document here >>> Impending New Marine Safety Regulations
Go to the Department of Transport website here for faq >>>
Department of Transport
The Club no longer maintains an office.
Please forward your query to the Club Secretary at
(secretary @ manglesbay.com.au)
or call 0488 505 452 during normal office hours.
Any guests coming into the club, MUST sign the visitors book and be accompanied by a financial member, at all times. All visitors cars are to be parked outside in the car park.
We are reallyin need of extra bar staff. If you feel you can donate just 2-3 hours per week to help out behind the bar, please contact us. It's not hard and all the support you need is available.
We really do appreciate our volunteers.
Contact the Secretary on 0488 505 452
Are you able to cook one of your speciality dishes on a Friday night?
You now have the opportunity to show off your culinary skills, and delight your fellow members at the same time.
We have a "Friday Night Meals Roster" for people to put their names on and make their speciality meal on a Friday night.
Contact the Secretary on 0488 505 452 for more information.
MBFC are VERY SERIOUS when it comes to boat safety. We recommend that all our members register with Rockingham Sea Rescue and log on with them each time they venture out on the water.
This is a long, but important message from "Rockingham Volunteer Sea Rescue Group"
PLEASE READ, AND THINK ABOUT YOUR OWN SAFETY ON THE WATER.
With the recent sea tragedies, we are appealing to all boaties to seriously rethink their actions before and while they are on the water. YOU'RE the Skipper, YOU'RE RESPONSIBLE for your vessel and all persons onboard!
All Marine Rescue Volunteer groups are here to help, we dont do it for glory, we come from all walks of life but we all have one common goal...to keep you safe. But we need your help!! When an accident at sea happens, we drop everything in our lives to respond. We search for hours, often day after day, hoping for the best possible outcome, but sometimes it's only to give closure to the loved ones you have left behind.
HAVE all required safety gear, AND know how to use it! WEAR your life jackets/Pfds, they're certainly not there to be a cushion or fashion accessory! LOG-ON with your local Marine Rescue Group, and check that where you go AND the weather are suitable for both your vessel and your own capabilities.
If you are unsure or new to boating, please contact your local Marine Rescue Group for advice.
Our doors are open, use Facebook, use phones..we always try to be available for any questions or queries.
Or bring your boat and your family down so we can answer any questions you AND your family may want to ask.
There is nothing embarrassing about wanting to keep your loved ones safe!…Visit the Rockingham Sea Rescue website here
All Trailers, Boats and Jinkers on hardstands or left on MBFC premises, MUST have an identification sticker with the owners details visible to the Hardstand Manager.
Stickers are avalable at the bar upon request.
Thankyou for your co-operation on this.
The maximum speed limit anywhere in the club grounds is
5 klms per hour.
This is for the safety of other members AND children.