Surf Life Saving Central Coast map

Surf Life Saving Central Coast has fifteen friendly and accessible surf clubs. Each club has a special connection with the Central Coast community and their doors are always open to new and existing members to join.

Discover our Clubs

Clubs are listed north to south

  1. The Lakes
  2. Soldiers Beach
  3. North Entrance
  4. The Entrance
  5. Toowoon bay
  6. Shelly Beach
  7. Wamberal
  8. Terrigal
  9. North Avoca
  10. Avoca Beach
  11. Copacabana
  12. MacMasters Beach
  13. Killcare
  14. Ocean Beach
  15. Umina

The role of the Surf Lifesaver now stretches far beyond the beach and there are countless ways to become involved in your community.

From education and training to ensure our members have the skills needed to save lives, keeping fit and active and getting involved in surf sports competition, helping out with club fundraising or patrolling a beach with a great team of like-minded people – join your local club today and find out how you can become part of more than a century of tradition.


We aim to provide club members, sponsors, family, friends, visitors and the community, general information on Surf Life Saving, Club Memberships, Surf Life Saving Competitions, local club events and activities, which can all be found right here at our beautiful Beach.

We look forward to seeing you at our Family Friendly club to experience the Spirit of Soldiers.


The Club is on Tuggerah Beach, an exposed south-east to east-facing beach which runs for 8.2km from Pelican Point to Karagi Point, the sand spit that forms on the north side of the natural entrance to Tuggerah Lake.


The old adage that many hands makes light work always rings true.  We’re looking for new members to join our Club to assist with keeping our beach safe for locals and visitors.

You don’t need to be an Ironman, as there are a range of roles that are available.  You could specialise in Communications, First Aid or Education.  You don’t even need to get wet, if you don’t want to


The role of the Surf Lifesaver now stretches far beyond the beach and there are countless ways to become involved in your community.

From education and training to ensure our members have the skills needed to save lives, keeping fit and active and getting involved in surf sports competition, helping out with club fundraising or patrolling a beach with a great team of like-minded people – join your local club today and find out how you can become part of more than a century of tradition.


Shelly Beach is located approximately an hour’s drive north of Sydney on the New South Wales Central Coast (Click here for the Google map location).

We first opened for business on Boxing Day 1955 and have been serving the community of the Central Coast and Shelly Beach ever since…

We are a family oriented surf life saving club offering Nippers, Surf Sports Competition, Surf Education, Training and of course we take great pride patrolling our beach making it safe for those who visit.

Drop in and say hello next time you’re down at the beach and enquire about membership.


Wamberal SLSC has provided the community with a safe beach for more than fifty years. Being a community based volunteer organisation, the Club receives fantastic and generous support from the local residents and businesses of Wamberal and the surrounding area.

Wamberal is a medium size club and is part of the Central Coast Branch of Surf Life Saving. The Club has a membership of 450, with approximately 110 members actively involved in lifesaving duties. Of the membership, there are about 380 nippers aged between 6 and 14 years of age. These “Nippers” provide the Club with an ongoing supply of active members to maintain the high standards which are an integral part of the Clubs history.


TSLSC is about, learning the essentials of Surf – Safety, Skills and Sport, in a fun, team oriented and community spirited environment.

SURF, SKILLS, SPORT AND SAFETY – TERRIGAL NIPPERS FUTURE LIFESAVERS


Whether you aspire to be a competent Lifesaver or wish to represent your Club, State or Country in Surf Sports, North Avoca SLSC can assist you in these goals.  We encourage members development of surf skills and provide the required training for lifesaving and competition for all ages.


Avoca Beach SLSC is all about providing all members, adults and children with confidence, skills and understanding of the beach and surf environment.  We are focused on providing a fun, safe environment to deliver our nippers the necessary tools to become excellent future lifesavers.  


Since 1963, Copacabana Surf Life Saving Club has been serving the Copacabana community and its visitors. Located on the beautiful Central Coast of New South Wales, the Club started with just 14 active members, but now boasts over 400 members of which some 90 are active surf life savers.

Copacabana SLSC has a focus on enjoyment and participation at all levels, along with various competition programs for those that like to race! Memberships are available for juniors, masters, seniors and families, either active or associate.


This unique seaside village retains a residential character, despite the regular influx of sanctuary seekers and the rapid increase in population and commercial development in neighbouring suburbs. The Surf Club is the hub of the local community and our part-time residents tend to treat it likewise.

MacMasters Beach Surf Life Saving Club prides itself upon its consistently safe patrol duties each season. It is numbered among those clubs who are able to claim “no lives lost” while patrols were on duty.

We are devoted to the safeguarding of life at MacMasters Beach and welcome you to join our club and assist us in providing a valuable community service.


If you love Killcare Beach as much as us, come on down and get involved! It’s not just for lifesavers either; whether you’re young or not so much, super fit or more suited to helping us keep this invaluable community facility on its feet, there are plenty of ways to get involved and everyone is welcome.


OB is ideally located on the Woy Woy peninsula of the N.S.W. Central Coast.

Situated on the shores of Broken Bay with views of Lion Island and Barrenjoey Headland, Ocean Beach is the perfect family beach.

Beach safety, maintenance of the aquatic environment, education and training in a fun, friendly and professional manner is our aim.


Umina Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) is a well respected and socially conscious organisation. Established in 1959, it has been providing voluntary surf life-saving services to the community for 60 years.

During this time, the population of the Central Coast has grown significantly, as has the popularity of Umina as a tourist destination with an estimated 180,000 plus visits to the beach during the 2019/2020 patrol season.