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Sat, Oct 29


Front Beach Car Park

Tracks: Watermanship with One Ocean International

Join the One Ocean International team as they journey across the coastline from Margaret River to teach the youth of Hopetoun life-long and life-changing skills across two days of training.

Tracks: Watermanship with One Ocean International
Tracks: Watermanship with One Ocean International

Time & Location

Oct 29, 2022, 8:00 AM – Oct 30, 2022, 4:00 PM

Front Beach Car Park, Veal St, Hopetoun WA 6348, Australia

About the Event

Tracks is a program designed by and for the youth of Hopetoun. Across six months of programming, teens aged 12+ are invited to move, strengthen and nourish their mind, body and soul through curated sessions from facilitators near and far. This unique experience is offered without cost through the Physical Activity Innovation Challenge by Healthway.

Waterman / Waterwoman [noun]

1. One who has achieved a certain level of mastery across multiple ocean disciplines.

Put simply, watermanship training aims to broaden the participants' ocean awareness and safety. It combines principles of freediving, lifesaving, sailing, ocean swimming, surfing, spearfishing...and so much more!

Watermanship training is for everyone, at all levels of fitness and ocean knowledge. We consider the quest to become a waterman or woman a life-long journey full of learning, challenge and growth.

The One Ocean Watermanship Youth Programme spans two days on the weekend of the 29th and 30th of October. Both sessions must be attended. The Saturday session is 8am - 2pm and the Sunday runs from 10am - 4pm.


Using engaging, practical, fun and functional training principles (outlined below), the One Ocean

International team will take students through a range of guided challenges.

At each stage they will be invited to use a range of newly-learned watermanship and mental

resilience skills in a comfortable, stress-free training environment.

Each session will build on the learnings of the one before and will involve self-paced

consolidation and review.

The skills developed during these sessions will be hugely beneficial in all ocean environments ,

however the ultimate goal is that students feel confident enough to apply them in broader life

settings to assist in maintaining a positive approach to their overall health and wellbeing.

NOTE: Parents are encouraged to attend this program as additional support for the instructors and youth in the water. If you would like to attend please contact Emily on 0432637940 for further information.


During the two programme days, the entire One Ocean International team of Instructors will be

available to assist and offer guidance to students during free-time away from formal teaching

sessions. From past experiences, these free sessions are where a great deal of growth and

development come from, after the students have had time to process knowledge from the

formal sessions.

The One Ocean International team usually consists of three (3) Instructors, including a guest

One Ocean International Waterwoman Ambassador who will not only assist in the delivery of

the programme, but also provide real-life context in the application of mental resilience



I acknowledge, understand and agree that by participating in events offered by Tracks that there is a possibility of physical injury or illness (minimal, serious or catastrophic) and that I/my child is assuming the risk of such injury by participating.

I authorise any representative of the Tracks team to consent and authorise any medical attention and treatment by medical personnel for me/my child, which may become necessary. I understand I (as a parent/guardian) will be notified as soon as possible in the event of an emergency on the contact details provided through Wix online bookings.

I understand and agree that all expenses of such treatment are my responsibility. By completing this booking, I agree to protect, defend, indemnify and hold Tracks/Hopetoun Community Resource Centre, including all its organisations, staff, volunteers and sponsors from and against any and all claims, demand, losses, suits, liabilities, costs, or other damages arising from any injury to, or death of myself and or my child (as a parent/guardian).

I agree to allow the Tracks organisers and sponsors to use photographs/videos of me and/or my children, taken during involvement with any Tracks initiative or activity. This use is limited to the Tracks organisations’ publications, websites, social media platforms and/or media releases.


  • Watermanship (both sessions)




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