Gold Medallion

Last weekend SLSCC conducted its annual Gold Medallion Course with three successful candidates.We would like to congratulate this years recipients Bailey Green – North Avoca SLSC Lachlan Duggan – North Avoca SLSC Damien Shearer – Shelly Beach SLSC This award is the most prestigious award in Surf Life Saving. Members have to be physically fit and demonstrate advance lifesaving skills

Aussies 2022

SLSCC would like to congratulate all Central Coast members who went to Aussies 2022. The Aussies is the pinnacle of Surf Sports with over 7,000 competitors attending the event each year. This year Central Coast members have brought home a rack of medals from the Opens, Youth and Masters Championships and many more making the finals and top 6.  A

SLSCC Induct Three New Life Members

This week Surf Life Saving Central Coast welcomed three new life members. Garry Clarke of Avoca Beach, Brett Beswick of Avoca Beach and Beris Meldrum of Terrigal. All three members have contributed to the success of their clubs and the branch in numerous areas of Surf Life Saving.   Brett Beswick gained his bronze in 1983 and has patrolled the beach

Beaches remaining closed over the weekend

This weekend the Central Coast’s 15 patrolled beaches are to be closed due to the current surf warning and debris from coastal outlets flowing out across the entire Central Coast region.   Our beaches are currently facing two major weather events, flooding and dangerous surf conditions which is making our beaches unsafe for swimming or surfing.  Surf Life Saving Central Coast

Newcastle Permanent Junior Lifesavers of the Year Announcement

The Newcastle Permanent Junior Lifesaver of the Year announcement recognised 22 nominees from our 15 surf clubs in a special award ceremony. The Central Coast surf clubs select two nominees to represent them in the prestigious award. The award is a great opportunity for clubs to recognize their young lifesavers and acknowledge their commitments to the Surf Life Saving movement

Central Coast Leagues Club Supports our RWCs and Support Operations Team

This week we held an RWC launch to recognise our partnership with Central Coast Leagues Club. The launch involved taking our newly donated RWC for her maiden voyage and rescue demonstration. Performing the demonstration was two of the newest members of the Support Operations Team. Our Support Operations Team operates 365 days from sunrise to sunset. The team patrol and

Vale: Graham Love (Lovey)

Graham or “Lovey” was such a great person and integral part of Avoca Beach and Surf Life Saving Central Coast in so many ways. His contribution to Surf Life Saving over the years has been outstanding. He started his involvement in the lifesaving movement firstly at Cronulla SLSC where he completed his Bronze and after a brief stint at Copacabana