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

3 ways to help out with the 2018 Pub2Pub Charity Fun Run & Festival

The Pub2Pub is coming up soon on Sunday, 26 August which means we need your support again. This time there are 3 ways to help out… 1) We need lots of volunteers at the festival and finish line: At the Festival in the Park (please wear your patrol shirt) We need 6 healthy strong people […]


Our 2018-2019 Registration Days are on 9 & 16 September

9am to 11am More details our available on our membership page Join our Club


2018-19 Committee Members & News from our AGM held on 29 July

As you are aware, our AGM was held on Sunday, 29 July.  Our annual report was presented and you can view an online version here. We are delighted to announce that we have one new Life Member, two new Distinguished Service and four new Outstanding Service members.  Congratulations to Rob, James, Ted, Glen, Matt, Guyren and Jan. […]


Dr Rip’s Science of the Surf Presentation at Newport Surf Club

This popular, informative and entertaining presentation by Dr Rob Brander (aka Dr Rip) is a must for everyone who swims at the beach. You’ll learn how to “read” the conditions of the beach, learn how to spot rip currents and importantly, how to get out of one, learn about safe waves and unsafe waves and […]


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