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The Anglesea Rock 2 Ramp is an open water swim held at Point Roadnight Beach and is comprised of two distances of two and a half kilometre and a 1.2 kilometre swim which is over a 'U' shaped course.

The two and a half kilometre km Swim is back with an increase in the maximum number of participants to 200 swimmers and they are introducing a 250 metre Kids Dash participatory event (no prizes) for the 7-9 and 10-12 age groups in which each participant will get a cap and there will be random prizes.

There will also be a Surf & Turf Category (Open Male and female) for those who wish to enter the 1.2 kilometre swim (any category) and the 8km Roo Run. Note you must also enter the Roo Run via the Roo Run Wwebsite.

Each year over 800 swimmers take the water and swim the course which is in a protected bay at Point Roadknight with the Anglesea SLSC providing the highest level of water safety per capita of all the swims in the area.

Entry for the event can be made via the Anglesea Surf Lifesaving Club website, however entries will be accepted on the day. All competitors are required to register at least two hours before the start of their race. The race has eight age group categories for males and females ranging from 18 to 70+.

An entry fee is payable by all competitors except the Hero category (70+) and fees are listed on the Anglesea Surf Lifesaving Club website.

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The Rock2Ramp race is an Ocean Swim that takes place at Point Roadnight Beach..

  • Ambulance
  • Car park
  • First aid equipment
  • Kiosk
  • Sheltered area
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Race registration should be done two hours before race start for each age group category.