The last two years have been hard on everyone, including the Boat Club. Covid restrictions have resulted in us delaying or altogether cancelling events and functions. During the sporadic lifting of restrictions, we still managed to successfully run many sailing and social events albeit with the burden of maintaining Covid compliance.2022 to 2023 is shaping up to be a bumper year for the club.... read more
Loch Sport Boat Club - Life member Award 2021 - Hal Olguner 2021
At the recent AGM the Boat Club presented a Life Member award to Hal Olguner our Commodore in appreciation for all his hard work at the club. From early days Hal and Christine joined in on club activities like cruises to Paynesville and games nights, and often at the club bringing his Dad along... read more
Notice of meeting - AGM
This meeting was held via Zoom and a new committee elected.
An invitation is extended to all members to attend the AGM of the Loch Sport Boat Club on Sunday Aug 29th 2021 @10am.... read more
Pulse Credit Union Loch Sport Lakes Challenge will be held on Saturday 24th April 2021. Trailable yachts, Keel boats, Cruising Multihulls may enter
Enter by completing entry form and payment prior to 22nd April... read more
The club recently held the delayed AGM via Zoom. At the AGM the committee was pleased to nominate Reinier Lolkema for life membership of the club in appreciation for his input at the club over the years.... read more
This year the club is offering a boaties Bar social Membership.
For a $50 payment you can be a member of our club and not be required to sign in at any function held at the clubrooms. (except Covid rules)... read more
Open since early November 2019 - Boaties Bistro @ Loch Sport Boat Club, Gippsland Lakes Victoria. Check the facebook page for when open. Covid has slowed any openings of the club for meals.... read more
The Wellington Council is seeking feedback for a boating facilities plan for Loch Sport. Deadline Feb 28... read more
Attached documents are studys and reports from gippsland ports over the years of discussion on a breakwater at Charlies Street.... read more
Design chosen by Wellington Shire Council in 2007 .
The reasons for the community not accepting the WSC chosen plan for Lake Street:
The overlay of the carparking in the plan totally out of scale to vehicles in the overhead.... read more
Plans for rebuild of Deep Water Jetty including breakwater... read more
Wellington council plans and study decision by council Lake Street also jetty plans with breakwater for new Deep Water Mooring jetty... read more
Boat Club building available for events
The boat Club building is available for special events.
All requests must be made in writing to the Committee of Management by email or post.
please include date and type of event. Bar can be open if Volunteers with RSA available for that date.
A document for agreement of hiring is available by request.