Palm Beach Oasis
TV personality, sports presenter and reporter
Ryan Daniels confirmed as MC for the Channel 7 Rockingham Beach Cup
Popular TV personality, sports presenter and reporter, Ryan Daniels will add to the excitement of the Channel 7 Rockingham Beach Cup as MC in the premium Palm Beach Club Marquee.
Ryan began his media career with Channel Seven in 2007, working in a range of roles before joining the sports team full-time in 2010. He has always been obsessed with sports, keeping notes of statistics and facts on everything from football to basketball to badminton. During his time at Seven, Ryan has covered multiple AFL Grand Finals and is a nine-time winner at the WA Football Media Awards.
Darren McAullay to call the Six-card Race Line-up
Legendary Western Australian race caller Darren McAullay joins us to cover each race of the Channel 7 Rockingham Beach Cup. McAullay has been calling in Western Australia for 39 years and his list of many accolades includes:
- 15 years with 6PR (13 years as Senior Harness Racing Caller)
- 24 years TAB Radio Racing & Sport (Senior Commentator)
- Broadcast of the past 27 Perth Cups
- Covered the VRC Spring Racing Carnival for 5 years with Radio 6PR
- Broadcast 5 Inter-Dominion Harness Racing Series throughout Australia
- Broadcast in New South Wales and Queensland as a guest commentator
- Executive Officer West Australian Racehorse Owners Association since 2007
- Currently a co-host of the Sports Daily on TAB Radio Racing & Sport
Dirty Little Secret
Live in the Palm Beach Club
Popular Perth party band set to rock the Palm Beach Club
Sensational live party band Dirty Little Secret, fronted by the very dynamic & always fabulous Fox Ward will keep crowds in the Palm Beach Club partying in 2021 with their covers of the best pop, rock, punk and grunge from the 80s 90s & now.
Experience Tiny Holly in the Palm Beach Club
From auctioneer to public speaker to comedian...the name Tiny Holly is well known around corporate circles both in his home state of WA and across the nation.
With country in his veins, and a woolclasser by trade, Tiny joined Elders in 1987 as junior stock agent and auctioneer, working in rural business as an auctioneer and cattle buyer. In 2008, Tiny started his own business "Have Gavel, Will Travel" and hasn't looked back.
Now one of the state's most sought after auctioneers, he resides over more than 200 auctions per year, and has raked in more than $17,500,000 for charities and communities. Tiny may be his name but auctions with big results is his game.