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2022 Moomba Masters International Invitational
March 9 - March 14
Per guidance on the Department of Home Affairs website, from 15 December 2021, fully-vaccinated cohorts arriving on the Subclass 408 Temporary Activity visa can travel to Australia without needing to apply for a travel exemption:
They must have already been granted this visa, and not have an application in progress before entering the country
We strongly recommend confirming entrance requirements with the Commonwealth Government (department of home affairs) and monitoring the above website prior to travel.
Note, if you plan to attend Moomba and are entering Australia through the Subclass 408 Visa, please contact us at email@example.com as we can send you a letter of invitation for the event.
When applying for the visa, use the following information for the Australian Organization that is inviting you:
- Legal Registered Name: Victorian Water Ski Association
- Trading as: Victorian Water Ski Association
- Organisation websites https://vicwaterski.com.au/
- 4. Industry type: International Water Ski Competition.
- Registration Details: Australian Company Number 004 781 926
- Office Details:
Address: 284 Barkly Street, Elwood, Victoria 3184
- Contact Person within the Organisation:
Darren Robertson, President, 0418928931
- Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Moomba Masters will take place as scheduled and is a part of both the Nautique Wake Series and Wakeboard World Series.
We will not be dropping a score for the 2022 Wakeboard World Series or the Nautique Wake Series. The 2022 rule is as follows:
WWA Wakeboard World Series and Nautique Wake Series Overall Rankings – The season series championship for Wakeboard World Series and other series when applicable will be determined by combining all points from all of the events in the individual series. In the event that event(s) are forced to cancel or postpone, the WWA reserves the right to adjust the overall ranking calculations accordingly for the 2022 season.
The WWA is not mandating vaccinations for participating athletes in its sanctioned events. We do advise that athletes may face significant challenges as they travel around the world for international events and may be prohibited from entering or leaving certain countries if they are not fully vaccinated or test positive. With the world and each countries’ restrictions continuing to change week-to-week, it is the athlete’s responsibility to verify all host countries requirements and comply with those rules (vaccination, testing and/or quarantine).