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South Coast Leisure Times : Summer 2016-2017
48 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Mollymook A father and daughter swim safely at Mollymook Beach and (inset) an example of a rip current. Safety first at the beach While the beaches of the Milton Ulladulla area are beautiful, they do offer dangers and swimmers are advised to be sure to keep an eye out for rip currents. Rip currents often lead to drownings when swimmers attempt to fight the current - trying to swim directly back to the shoreline, become exhausted and begin to panic. Rip currents can also be deadly for non-swimmers as a person standing in waist deep water can be dragged into the deeper waters of the rip current, where they can drown if they are unable to swim and are not wearing or holding a flotation device. If you get caught in a rip current, there are two approaches you can take, or a combination of both – relax , or escape the rip by swimming parallel to the beach. Relax, float and attract attention: if you are on a patrolled beach or there are surfers nearby, you can float with the current and wait for assistance. Sometimes, rip currents can also flow in a circular pattern which will return you back to the sandbank where you can stand up. If you are swimming in the surf with a bodyboard or surfboard, and you think you are caught in a rip current, never throw your board away. Just stay on your board and wave your arm above your head for a lifeguard or surfer to come and help you out. Escape the rip current, by swimming parallel to the beach towards the breaking waves. How do you spot a rip current? The key signs to look for are: • Deeper darker water; • Fewer breaking waves; • Sometimes sandy coloured water extending beyond the surf zone; • Debris or seaweed. Bingo: Wed 1pm & Thurs 7pm Market Night Mega Raffles every Friday 6.45pm - Win seafood, meat & poultry trays Trivia every Tuesday Night 7pm-9pm •TAB•KENO•SKY•ATM Courtesy bus available Every night (please phone Club for bookings) Bowls, Bowls, Bowls Mens - Ladies - Mixed - Barefoot For information of members & their guests. THINK! About your choices. Call Gambling Help 1800 858 858 www.gamblinghelp.nsw.gov.au AW3114337 Weekly Events Weekly Events ENJOY OUR NEW BISTRO.. ENJOY OUR NEW BISTRO.. Lunch Wednesday - Sunday Dinner 7 Nights Pizza’s available dine in or takeaway Open 7 days in school holidays CAVERY available Sunday lunch & CAVERY available Sunday lunch & every night we are open. every night we are open. www.pamburridge.com e:email@example.com SURF & SUP learn to Mollymook, Narawallee & Bendalong to book 0409 767 176 Pam Burridge Group & Private Lessons AW3114365 Open 7 Days from 9am till late Pizzas available Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sun 5pm till 9pm 7 nights from 26 Dec until 22 Jan. Free delivery of Pizzas with orders over $30 (within 15min radius) • Sandwiches • Burgers & Wraps • Fish & chips • Gelato • Milkshakes • Coffee AW3114329 Grey Dolphins Takeaway 4455 1600 Shop 1 Tallwood Shopping Centre Mollymook