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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Australian Youth Life Saving Team (AYLT) selectors have taken the first step in developing the next crop of International Life Saving stars with the selection of a talented team to head to the International Surf Rescue Challenge in September 2019. Zach will head to South Africa with the Australian Youth Life Saving Team on Wednesday 25 […]
Words: Guyren Smith, Images: Ian Hutchinson Last Sunday (23 June) we had 50 members of the local Probus Association join us for a discussion on CPR awareness. The session went exceptionally well and the engagement from those in attendance was great. As a group I think the presence in the room of 2 people that […]
The Branch Awards of Excellence were held at Dee Why RSL on Friday, 21 June 2019. Newport SLSC – 1st place Patrol Assessment Under 23s Female Boat Crew, The Thunder (Tara Doyle, Meagan Barr, Abby Ballesty and Claudia Harris) – Team of the Year Kieran Menzies – Facilitator of the Year Kieran Menzies and Peter […]
Last Sunday the mighty Sea Eagles thumped the St George Dragons in a 34 – 14 drumming at Lottoland Stadium. Having delivered the winning bid at the recent Newport SLSC – Beyond the Beach – Cancer Council fundraiser the Hayes had front row seats, but with a twist. They were right in the action at […]