Welcome to Newport Surf Club

Welcome.  Our objective at Newport Surf Club is to educate the community from adults to children, to be competent and safe in the beach/surf environment. We have a strong focus on educating our children within the community and provide them with a range of activities. These include surf knowledge and techniques, which are introduced to the children through our Nipper programme, run on Sunday mornings throughout the summer months. We also pride ourselves on being able to keep the general public safe by providing a beach that is patrolled through summer. To do this we rely on volunteer members to join us and become lifesavers, undertaking a range of awards and qualifications.

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Latest Club News

Nick’s Blog, number one: Wednesday

DEBBIE OR NO DEBBIE Tropical cyclones form when a kink appears in the upper atmosphere over a patch of ocean with a sea surface temperature of over 26 degrees Celsius. The kink appears as a sort of rupture in the laminar layers of air 30,000 metres above sea level, up where the big planes fly […]


Improving Newport Nippers

At Newport Nippers, we strive to improve the Nipper Program. It is our aim and passion to deliver quality training and education while maintaining a fun environment for all of our Nippers. We have put together a user-friendly online survey, which can be accessed at http://bit.ly/nippers2017. The survey will be used to assess where Newport […]


Newport wins the NSW Championships for the 4th year in a row

Here are the rankings and points for the top 10 clubs from the 2017 NSW Championships: 1 Newport SLSC 425 A special acknowledgement to our girls who, for the first time ever, contributed more points than the boys with 239 points. Mixed teams: 26 points, Boys: 160 points. 2 Manly LSC 343 3 Wanda SLSC Inc 202 […]


Check out the time at the beach

Thanks go to all at Newport Public School and Melissa Langley.  Installation was done by three very suspect characters. Words and Photo: John Greenhill


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