2016 Glynn Dromey results


The day started before first light with the organisers setting up a gazebo next to the main jetty in Lancelin. Rain and grey skies from an early morning storm greeted competitors but that didn’t dampen the enthusiasm for the 20th annual Glynn Dromey, Western Australia’s biggest spearfishing competition. The rain continued during sign on but as the sun rose it eased and we were presented with flat seas, variable wind and low swell.

Thirty two (32) pairs signed on and at the diver’s briefing the competitors received their competition tokens, safety information, rules and new sign off procedures. The horn sounded at 7:00am and a sea of nervous competitors gunned their engines and the fleet of boats scattered to all points of the compass.… Read more

Glynn Dromey 2016!


Species list and rules HERE

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WAUC Merchandise for sale!

New WAUC Merchandise now for sale:


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South West Challenge 20 February 2016

SouthWest Competition Rules and release form

Species list Jan 29 2016


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WAUC presents: The Mackerel1000 for 2016

Mackerel 1000 2016 rules and entry forms

The West Australian Undersea Club proudly presents the Mackerel 1000 competition for 2016.

There are prizes for heaviest speared and best photographed Narrow Barred Spanish Mackerel.

Cost: $30 for WAUC members
$60 for non-members

When: 1 January 2016 to 30 June , 2016 inclusive

Where: All of Western Australia.
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SpearAus – Metro Masters

Species List

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Mackerel1000 – 2015: the year that was.

Spanish mackerel numbers this year were thin and scattered with few divers reporting regular sightings. Nonetheless some good fish were landed and entered into the MACKEREL1000.

This year’s event, which started in February and ended in October, attracted a field of over 50 entrants. Next year’s will run from January 1st to June 30th. The first mackerel entered was shot by Ryan Power at Yallingup in early February and the last in October by Caleb Moore at the Monte Bellos Islands. In between those two points in time and space there were many fish shot and entered

The largest mackerel shot and winner of the main prize of $1000 was shot by Joe Petrovich in August up at Carnarvon.… Read more

WAUC Rottnest Crayfish Competition


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Dampier Spearfishing Classic report

The Dampier spearfishing classic was organised by the WA Undersea club and sponsored by GT Diving, Our Exmouth House and Rob Torelli Down Under. We aim to foster a competitive spirit between spearos and promote the virtues of selective hunting. The competition lasted 11 hours but there was months of work for the organisers. The process of putting together a competition isn’t easy, it takes a committed team with large amounts of energy to do all the background tasks required to put on such an event.

Our day started by waking up before dawn, the excitement built as we spoke of plans and tactics for the day, we loaded gear, prizes, weigh in equipment and laptops.… Read more

WAUC subsidised Freedive courses

Application forms found here:

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