Mandurah Bodyboarding Club revived after closing its doors for six years

Samantha Ferguson
Updated March 16 2022 - 12:00pm, first published March 7 2022 - 4:00pm
BOARDERS FOR LIFE: Luke Gibson, Rilley Schell, Max McGregor and Mathew Jordi. Photo: Supplied.
BOARDERS FOR LIFE: Luke Gibson, Rilley Schell, Max McGregor and Mathew Jordi. Photo: Supplied.

Australian surfing legend Brett Hardy and his partner Tania have banded together to help revive the Mandurah Bodyboarding Club, which played a large role in enriching Mandurah's surfy culture in the early 90's.

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Samantha Ferguson

Samantha Ferguson is a journalist at the Mandurah Mail. She is an entertainment, sport, crime, community and education journalist with a special interest in investigative pieces and human interest stories.

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