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There is nothing better than your own personal cheer squad at a race, and we must admit, Club Alley is one of our favourite spectator spots at the Festival! With all of that energy, support and motivation flying around, we are sure the athletes will agree too! We can’t wait to see you in action at the Busselton 100!

There are a few changes from previous years, so please take note of the below and rules that we ask all clubs and coaches taking part in Club Alley to adhere to. Thank you in advance.

Where to Set Up:

With the revamped finish line and Event Village, Club Alley is moving closer to the action! See the map at the bottom of this page for a visual.

  • Zone A – affiliated clubs only – located on the eastern side of the finish chute, between Geographe Bay Road and Barnard Park Pavilion. Marquees can be pegged or weighted.
  • Zone B – squads, unaffiliated clubs, community groups – located in the old Club Alley between Milne Street and Carey Street. Marquees are to be installed behind the crowd control barrier fencing on the road and weighted with fencing weights which will be provided

Club Alley Rules:

  • NO alcohol can be consumed.
  • Food and drinks are not to be sold.
  • Personal BBQs are not permitted.
  • All rubbish needs to be removed by the end of the day.
  • Signage must remain within your tent space. Please do not attach any banners or signage to the crowd control barriers or the event course. Signage must only promote your club, not sponsors or external parties.
  • Please ensure the security of your tent, equipment and the belongings of your members. TWA does not take any responsibility for any lost, stolen or damaged items. Do not leave any belongings unattended overnight.

Please ensure you check in with the event staff before installing your marquees/signage. Car parking on race day is at Churchill Park which is on the corner of Brown Street and Adelaide Terrace.