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FAQs

Q1: I have never played before, how can I have a go?

A1: Come along between 8.30am and 9.00am on Tuesday or Thursday to the Club at 70, Thomson St.

Wear flat shoes.

Just come along.


Q2: I do play Croquet but am visiting Mandurah, what’s the best way for me to play at Mandurah?

A2: Come along on Tuesday or Thursday  or ring Gayle or email her on mandurah.croquet.club@gmail.com to arrange another time.


Q3: Do I need to wear any special clothing?

A3: No but wear flat shoes.


Q4: Do I need my own mallet?

A4: We will provide all the equipment for you.

plenty of spare mallets

 

Q5: Am I too old to learn to play?

A5: No – we have active players who are in their 80’s.


Q6: I am coming down on the train, can I walk to the Croquet Club?

A6: Just come out of the train station and head to the left. You will come to a divided road called Allnutt Street. Turn right along Allnutt Street. In a few minutes opposite you there will be a road joining Allnutt Street at right angles called Thomson Street. Cross over Allnutt Street and walk on the left side of Thomson Street. You should be able to see the Croquet Courts from Allnutt Street. If you see the new Mandurah Bowling Club opposite  then you’ve gone too far up Allnutt Street.

View from Allnutt Street


Q7: I will be driving what’s the easiest way to go?

A7: Find Rushton Park where the Peel Thunder play. It’s around the back of the Mandurah Forum. You need to come along Thomson Street past the Netball Courts and the Tennis Courts. Then it’s the Croquet Courts.