Moree Water Ski Club are hosting a come and try day in conjunction with a small competition next week.
The club is inviting anyone who wants to try water skiing or just improve their skills out to the Moree Water Park on Saturday February 22.
"It's basically for anyone who wants to try water skiing, from beginners to advanced," Moree Water Ski Club events coordinator Angus Croft said.
"We want people to come out, use the park, learn to ski or get better at skiing."
The competition will also run in a format where new people "can come and try tournament water skiing in a fun, safe environment."
The competition will run three rounds - in the morning, at lunch and in the afternoon - in two hour slots, with the come and try sessions to be held in between each round.
"There'll be coaches helping out. There's 25 spots available so there's plenty there," Croft said.
Each session will cost $30 for 20 minutes, which covers the boat and coach.
"It's basically for anyone who wants anything to do with skiing - learn how to do it, have a muck around, or learn about competition skiing," Croft said.
"If people want to come on the day, check it out, have a swim and check out what's happening at the ski park. There'll be members there to show people around."
Visit the Moree Water Ski Club Facebook page for more information and message the page or call Angus Croft on 0458 504 509 if you have any questions.