After 11 wonderful years of staging the Malabar Magic, Mother Nature intervened last weekend and forced us to cancel. Please consider making a donation equal to the entrance fee ($50) so that Rainbow Club can continue to share the joy of swimming by helping children with a disability learn to swim.
Rooman Aishath, Lead Teacher at Liverpool Rainbow Club has been appointed as the new Magic Rainbows Coordinator for the Murray Rose Malabar Magic 2020.
2019 was our best year yet for Malabar Magic. The day turned out perfect weather conditions and a record number of participants.
A day of celebrity, enthusiasm, fabulous sunshine and great emotion as thirteen teams completed the 10:10:10 Challenge in honour of the Magic’s 10th anniversary.
Among the many highlights at the 10th Malabar Magic day – an event inclusive of all abilities – was the terrific achievement of the Magic Rainbows.
On that first swim day in 2009, Rainbow Club corralled about 200 swimmers who braved cyclonic weather and bay full of salps to swim at that inaugural event now known as the Malabar Magic.