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Be part of the atmosphere at the 2018 SunSmart Busselton Festival of Triathlon by being involved in an official capacity.
CALLING ALL locals, triathletes, veteran volunteers, students, parents and children! No matter your motivation, be part of the SunSmart Busselton Festival of Triathlon as a valued volunteer.
Our volunteers are the driving force behind the success of this event. Without volunteers the event simply will not run.
Volunteering is fun, fast and a great way to learn what goes on behind the scenes at this global event.
With so many varied roles to choose from, there’s something for everyone!
More than 600 volunteers are required to join our volunteer family. If you are interested in volunteering please click the registration button below.
What’s on offer;
- People and groups required from Friday 4 May – Sunday 6 May 2018
- Lots of roles to choose from
- Half-day shifts or longer shifts available
- Free volunteer uniform including a t-shirt and hat
- Complimentary voucher for the scrumptious food vans
- Opportunity to learn new skills, meet new people and have a great experience
- Be in the thick of all the action and soak in the atmosphere of this favourite triathlon festival
The SunSmart Busselton Festival of Triathlon, incorporating the SunSmart IRONMAN 70.3 Busselton, is owned and managed by Triathlon WA. In 2018 the Festival will be held from 4 – 6 May with SunSmart IRONMAN 70.3 Busselton taking place on Sunday 6 May 2018.
Triathlon WA, as a not-for-profit organisation, is proud to deliver SunSmart IRONMAN 70.3 Busselton, which also serves as the Triathlon WA State Long Course Championships. 2017 will be the 34th edition of the event and will enjoy its 17th year located in Busselton. Management of the event plays a vital role in allowing TWA to service over 3,000 members and 20 affiliated clubs and promote and grow the sport throughout WA with any profits from the event invested into the development of the sport in Western Australia.