An MRRCP

This is a Margaret River Rotary Club Project
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Rotary Raft at Gnarabup

The Rotary Club of Margaret River Monster Water Trampoline is installed at the Rendall Close weir. Great fun for kids of all ages who aren't close to the beach. So far it has over 700 'likes' on the Margaret River Community Noticeboard Facebook page.
The plan is to leave it up all summer and we really need the community of Mums, Dads and kids to help us care for the trampoline.
- See more at: http://rotarymargaretriver.org.au/Stories/monster-water-trampoline-is-installed#sthash.VyzzcY5v.dpuf
The Rotary Club of Margaret River Monster Water Trampoline is installed at the Rendall Close weir. Great fun for kids of all ages who aren't close to the beach. So far it has over 700 'likes' on the Margaret River Community Noticeboard Facebook page.
The plan is to leave it up all summer and we really need the community of Mums, Dads and kids to help us care for the trampoline.
- See more at: http://rotarymargaretriver.org.au/Stories/monster-water-trampoline-is-installed#sthash.VyzzcY5v.dpuf
The Rotary Club of Margaret River Monster Water Trampoline is installed at the Rendall Close weir. Great fun for kids of all ages who aren't close to the beach. So far it has over 700 'likes' on the Margaret River Community Noticeboard Facebook page.
The plan is to leave it up all summer and we really need the community of Mums, Dads and kids to help us care for the trampoline.
- See more at: http://rotarymargaretriver.org.au/Stories/monster-water-trampoline-is-installed#sthash.VyzzcY5v.dpuf
 

Thank You Rotary Club!! We are going to pop down there today. Always looking for healthy outdoor activities for the kids and yes you've done it again! The park is one of our favourite spots and I'm sure this will be too now the kids  are getting bigger. Well done

Awesome work Rotary Club of Margaret River!

Thanks Rotary Club -amazing! I think there were about 50 local kids there this arvo having sooo much fun, adults too!! Great location, enjoying the beautiful river!

- See more at: http://rotarymargaretriver.org.au/Stories/monster-water-trampoline-is-installed#sthash.VyzzcY5v.dpuf
Comments on the Margaret River Community Notice Board Facebook page include...
 

Thank You Rotary Club!! We are going to pop down there today. Always looking for healthy outdoor activities for the kids and yes you've done it again! The park is one of our favourite spots and I'm sure this will be too now the kids  are getting bigger. Well done

Awesome work Rotary Club of Margaret River!

Thanks Rotary Club -amazing! I think there were about 50 local kids there this arvo having sooo much fun, adults too!! Great location, enjoying the beautiful river!

- See more at: http://rotarymargaretriver.org.au/Stories/monster-water-trampoline-is-installed#sthash.VyzzcY5v.dp
Comments on the Margaret River Community Notice Board Facebook page include...
 

Thank You Rotary Club!! We are going to pop down there today. Always looking for healthy outdoor activities for the kids and yes you've done it again! The park is one of our favourite spots and I'm sure this will be too now the kids  are getting bigger. Well done

Awesome work Rotary Club of Margaret River!

Thanks Rotary Club -amazing! I think there were about 50 local kids there this arvo having sooo much fun, adults too!! Great location, enjoying the beautiful river!

- See more at: http://rotarymargaretriver.org.au/Stories/monster-water-trampoline-is-installed#sthash.VyzzcY5v.dpuf
The Rotary Club of Margaret River Monster Water Trampoline is installed at the Rendall Close weir. Great fun for kids of all ages who aren't close to the beach. So far it has over 700 'likes' on the Margaret River Community Noticeboard Facebook page.
The plan is to leave it up all summer and we really need the community of Mums, Dads and kids to help us care for the trampoline.
- See more at: http://rotarymargaretriver.org.au/Stories/monster-water-trampoline-is-installed#sthash.VyzzcY5v.dpuf
The "Rotary Floatary" is a pontoon anchored off the beach at Gnarabup Beach for several months each summer; it is used as a marker buoy and support equipment for the many children taking their vacation swimming classes at the beach during January each year, as well as being great fun for the whole community who utilise this popular and sheltered swimming spot.