Registrations Now Open

Come and join our Surf Life Saving community this summer season. Surf Life Saving has something for everyone to get involved in. When you join a surf club you will have the opportunity to explore various pathways and develop a wide variety of skills no matter what stage of life you are at. Whether you are a young person or

Central Coast Lifesavers honoured with Surf Life Saving Australia Life Membership

Two Central Coast lifesavers have been honoured with Surf Life Saving Australia Life Membership. Shelly Beach SLSC Don Van Keimpema and Umina SLSC Brett Harrod. Both men have contributed to the Surf Life Saving movement in various areas over their lifesaving years. To receive SLSA Life Membership is a great honour as it recognises the countless hours of volunteering each individual completes over decades of involvement within the movement.  Brett Harrod has made a significant impact in

Nippers are top of mind

Our Annual Junior Activities Conference was held on Saturday 4th September. The online format had four sessions with various focuses areas for JAC’s, age managers and water safety personnel. The Conference aims to deliver the latest Nipper information and deliver thought-provoking topics to ensure our clubs continue to lead the state in Nipper’s program delivery and innovation. With the current

Our Lifesavers win big at NSW Annual Awards

Surf Life Saving Central Coast volunteers have been recognised for their achievements at the 2021 NSW Surf Life Saving Awards Night taking out a third of all awards. In the seven award categories four were for major awards, Rescue of the Year, Surf Lifesaver, Volunteer and Youth Surf Lifesaver of the year.    Rescue of the year was awarded to a young group of lifesavers from The Lakes Beach who had just completed

Inaugural Pool Lifesaving Championships

Central Coast Surf Life Saving athletes competed in the Inaugural Regional Pool Lifesaving Championships on the 19th June 2021. Pool Lifesaving combines rescue techniques and the swimming ability of lifesavers into races each simulate real life rescues. The competition provides our lifesavers with continuous skill development and keeps our lifesavers fit during the off -season. “It is fantastic to see

Surf Life Saving Central Coast celebrates 40 years of Women in Lifesaving

This season marks 40 years since women began to gain their Bronze Medallion and participate on patrol. To celebrate this milestone Surf Life Saving Central Coast hosted the inaugural Women in Lifesaving luncheon. As early as 1904 Surf Life Saving had women involvement in gaining their bronze medallion and proficiencies in water safety. Sadly, in 1930 the Surf Life Saving

Awards of Excellence Evening 2021

The Awards of Excellence Evening recognises our clubs and members achievements of the past season. And recognise our member’s outstanding patrolling service. This season our 15 clubs from The Lakes to Umina have patrolled our beaches ensuring zero drownings. Our beaches also saw an approximate increase in visitors during patrolling hours of 34% to 1.1million visitors. The night recognises the