Racecourse Beach – Club ‘Surfari’

Racecourse Beach 2019, we’re off!

Club catered days Wed 24th, Thurs 25th and Fri 26th April.

To join us contact Gitta Johnston kengitta@optusnet.com.au

 

         

 

2019 Dates are Wednesday 24th to Saturday 27th April 2019 – catering on Wednesday,  Thursday & Friday.  Contact Gitta if you want to be included in this fun trip.

Here’s a link to photos from the 2017 trip – contact vivienne@maviimages.com.au if you’d like to know more about the photos.

General FAQs below for more information.

For those of you that are new to the club this is a trip that is open to all current members and nipper families only. More than 300 of us (last year we estimated it was close to 350) go down the South Coast, between Ulladulla and Batemans Bay for days of surfing, swimming, fishing, socialising, tennis, bike-riding, putt-putt golfing and, most importantly, jumping pillow action.

A committee of club members organises three days of food and entertainment, for which you pay a per head rate. All you need to bring is yourselves and then, depending on the accomodation option you choose (see below), a tent, plates/bowls, eating utensils, sleeping gear and your surfboards, skateboards, bikes, scooters, roller-skates (the club also brings down loads of boards for everyone to use). The park is lovely and right on the beach with clean and grassy campsites including both powered and unpowered sites. On one evening we will hold the annual “Talent” spectacular where any keen adults or kids can show us their singing/dancing/playing/hidden talents. Another night is a fun slide show of special moments, and the ice-cream van will visit again – always a popular inclusion.

If ever you were going to camp this is a fantastic time – and way – to do so. It’s also a great opportunity to get to know other members of our club.

Food and Catering

Next year (2019) the catered days are Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.

Please note in 2019, we are moving to a new location as we have outgrown our old stomping ground (Tabourie).  We have made arrangements to carry on our fine tradition at Racecourse Beach, Bawley Point.

 Catering each day begins with the brunch cook-up of bacon and eggs from 12.00pm.  ‘Milkshakes and melon’ are served as an afternoon snack and delicious dinners are provided each night. Families need to sort their own breakfasts each morning, however are welcome to still eat together or meet for a coffee in the ‘Food Pavilion’ if they choose – you just need to BYO Nutri-Grain and milk!  (please note we will not be supplying industrial toasters, kettles, etc at breakfast. Coffee machines however will be available for folks to set up and make their own coffee).

Past dinner menu’s have included Homemade Burger Night, the infamous Butter Chicken and Curry Night, and then a Surf’n’Turf Mixed Grill BBQ with Prawns and Fish. There are also plenty of salads that change each night and vegetarian options available (however you must advise if you are a vegetarian when you email your details so we order appropriate quantities). If your kids are fussy eaters there will always be plenty of sausages and bread rolls so they won’t go hungry.

This year’s catering costs are still tbc, but as an indication in recent years it was $18 per head per day for adults and teenagers 13-years and over. Kids 5-12 years were $12 per head per day and under 5’s were free! There is no flat family rate – each member of a family over 5 years has to be paid for. Alcohol and soft drinks are not provided, so please bring your own if you want these. A wrist-band system for catering was introduced in 2017 as it was discovered that with our growing numbers we’d been feeding a few non-South-Curly holiday park dwellers who couldn’t resist our critically acclaimed camp cuisine.

You need to advise the organising committee if someone in your group has allergies, they will show you the recipes and ingredients. If you have special dietary requirements then please make sure you bring what you need. We aim to have options for vegetarians (if you advise at time of registration) however with a group this size it is too hard to cater for individual food intolerances, etc.

If you don’t want to join in with the food arrangements, that’s fine, just let us know.  Keep in mind though – even if your kids won’t eat one or two of the things we supply – it is very sad to see little faces watching the others enjoying the food together, including the milkshakes and ice-cream, because their family didn’t sign up.

Payment details are confirmed, once we know who is coming.  Payment will be via bank transfer and must be paid prior to the event as the funds are used to buy food, barbeques, hire chairs/tables, etc. Deadline for payment will be included with the bank details once you confirm your attendance for 2019.  We do ask everyone to do one or two shifts of prep, cook or clean up. Again, once numbers and names are confirmed, a roster is published to let you know your shift.

 

Accommodation, Camping and Registration

While there are some cabins and bunk rooms at the park, these tend to be booked well in advance by families returning from previous years. If any do become available we let those interested know.  Families that are camping need to contact Racecourse Beach directly on (02) 4457 1078, to book their spot, please quote you are with South Curly (as we have a designated area and price) and then email Gitta Johnson  kengitta@optusnet.com.au with the following details – family name, contact number and dates you are staying.  Note – you are not required to come for all of the days – just let us know which days you will be there. Similarly, many families come earlier and look after themselves until the rest of the group arrive.

 

So if you’d like to be part of our big adventure please email Kirsten Quinn at kmquinn33@gmail.com with the following:

  • Cabin/ campsite number
  • Names of each member of family (also if anyone is a vegetarian)
  • Ages of children
  • Which days you will be there
  • Best contact phone number and email address

Thanks

Your Holiday Committee*

 

*We all pitch in to plan the entire event, however our main areas of responsibility are below if you have any questions:

 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

For those who have not been to our camp, here’s a few frequently asked questions that will help to give you an idea of what its all about (and some of the practicalities)

Q. Where is it? 

Racecourse Beach Holiday Park  (02) 4457 1078, just south of Ulladulla, approx 3.5hrs drive south of Sydney

 

Q. What sort of accommodation is it? 

The Tourist Park offers Cabins of different sizes and levels of sophistication (basic to not-bad), bunk-houses (a private lockable room with bunks, cook top, a sink & microwave but use of shared amenities), and camping (both powered & un-powered).  You can generally chose to suit your pocket and preferences, having said that all the cabins are pre-booked and allocation is managed via the committee (Gitta). The Park put all the Sth Curly tents etc together so its a real tent city of Curly blue & yellow rashies drying on tent lines.

 

Q. When is it? 

The ‘official’ camp dates for 2019 are Wed 24th April to Sat 27th April (catering Wed – Fri night, pack up and departure on Saturday).

 

Q. Do I have to stay for the whole time/Can I stay longer? 

It is entirely up to you when you come and leave, you can make it shorter or longer.  Just let Gitta (our accommodation organiser, thanks Gitta!)  kengitta@optusnet.com.au and the Park www.racecoursebeach.com.au know your dates.

 

Q. So what do we do about food? 

The club has access to a camp kitchen which we use as the hub of our activities.  In 2019 catering (brunch & dinners) will be Wednesday to Friday (those that arrive on Tuesday or earlier usually pile down to the local RSL for a meal).  We fry up bacon and eggs for a brunch each morning.  The dinner menu varies from year to year and has included delicious bbq’s, homemade burgers, butter chicken, lamb korma and a sea food extravaganza.  On the last day, we eat whatever is left but there’s no organised fry up as everything is being packed up.

A roster is organised so that everyone does their fair share of prepping, cooking, serving or cleaning up. It might sound like a chore, but with so many hands it turns into another social get-together.  Bring along whatever you want to supplement the above, soft drinks, wine, beer & munchies are usually top of the list.

 

Q. What are the facilities? 

There’s a couple of toilet/shower blocks for the campers, bunkhouses and cabins that don’t have their own facilities.  Kayaks for use on the lake, BMX track, tennis courts, jumping pillow and water park for the younger kids.  Check out the Park website for more info www.racecoursebeach.com.au

 

Q. Surf? 

If you can drag yourself away from the various attractions in the Park, there’s lots of options for water sports.   There are also heaps of beaches within 5mins drive for the more dedicated/desperate surfers.

 

Q.  What do I need to bring? 

The club brings down as many surf boards, skis, boats as we can – all are available for use.  Bring your own boards etc if you have them.  Bikes provide a good way of scooting around the camp site to and from toilet blocks, camp kitchen, tennis court etc so bring them if you can squeeze them in (they’ve even been seen pedalling along the beach, but I’d call that hard work!).  Depending on your accommodation choice, you might also need to bring sleeping bags & pillows, all the other stuff too if you’re camping.

 

Q. How do I sign up? 

Anybody who wants to know more please contact Gitta Johnston  kengitta@optusnet.com.au  First in best dressed,  let Gitta know as soon as possible.

Membership & Registration

RENEWING MEMBERS CLICK HERE.  PATROLLING MEMBERS $70, ASSOCIATE $50.  Note: if you are having trouble with the link, please google ‘SLSA Member Portal’ and then copy and paste the link into your browser.

South Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club welcomes membership enquiries from all-comers regardless of age and skill levels. Training is available in all facets of surf life saving and members are encouraged to obtain the various life saving qualifications. For further details, please see ‘Education’.

As a minimum requirement, all active senior members must acquire their Bronze Medallion. This award requires a basic level of fitness and swimming competency and instruction in rescue and resuscitation techniques.

The Club has a relatively small and friendly membership base and all interests are catered for whether competitive or social. Nippers are especially welcome and we endeavour to ensure the emphasis is on fun.

New to Surf Life Saving – Here’s How to Join our club

If this is the first time you or your child has registered to be a surf club member, you need to follow these steps

  1. Complete the SLSA membership form
  2. Bring the pre-filled form, together with proof of age (birth certificate, passport, drivers licence) to the club.
  3. Once your form has been validated, pay the relevant membership fee – see table below

New memberships will only be processed once an application form is submitted together with payment and proof of age (birth certificate, passport, drivers licence).  To speed things up on the day, please pre-fill the membership form and ensure you have all of the above with you when you attend the registration session.

SLSA requires all nippers to be current financial members, non-financial members will therefore not be able to participate until their membership is renewed and paid online.

Note: The first Nippers day this season starts at 9am on 20th October.

Renewing Nippers & Members

If you are a returning member, please complete your renewal ONLINE – it’s a two-step process, you need to renew your surf lifesaving membership and submit the payment.  Note: an administration fee of $10 per membership may be charged to those not using this method.

  1. Login or create an account in the SLSA members portal  click here
  2. After renewing your membership, pay your membership fee.  See below for fee information.

 Online Membership Troubleshooting

  1. If you experience difficulties in setting up an online account, please email the club at mail@southcurlcurlslsc.orgto check your details in the Surfguard system as they may differ to those you are using to set up your online account. We can check and update, so the systems match.
  2. The online form you complete and ‘sign’ in the online registration process replaces the traditional, paper registration form.
  3. Note– a separate account is needed for each club member, however the same email address and password may be used for multiple accounts. You are also able to make one payment to cover all membership fees.

 

Annual Fees

Membership Category Requirements/Notes Amount
Life Members Registration renewal required Nil
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Long Service Members More than 25 years service & aged over 60 years
Must fulfill Patrol Obligations
Includes Gym Access
30
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Active Senior & Reserve Must fulfill Patrol Obligations
Includes Gym Membership, subject to availability
70
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Active Junior & Cadets Must fulfill Patrol Obligations
Juniors are between 15 – 18 years
30
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Bronze Medallion New starter course fee, not including membership 200
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Nippers For insurance purposes, it is a requirement that at least one parent/caregiver becomes an Associate Member. 100
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Associate Membership Non patrolling members 50
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Bronze Upgrade Existing associate upgrade to bronze, including course fee 120
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Gym (Associate) Access Only available to patrolling members and will be cancelled if patrol obligations not met. 150
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Family Membership Limit Includes up to 2 adults and their children who are under 18 or full-time students 250
____________________________________________________________________________

Working with Children Check

NOTE: If you are either a nippers parent who intends to help out on the beach, an Age Manager or a patrolling member, you also need to provide your Working with Children registration number. (WWC).  If you don’t already have a WWC number, you can apply online here.  Its free and only takes a few minutes. Once you’ve completed the onlne element, you need to present your drivers licence at a Services NSW office and present your drivers licence to complete the process and get your WWC accreditation number. The WWC check lasts 5years so if you have a current WWC number from a different organization, please let the club know the details.   Click Here

Notes

  • Returning Members are strongly advised to renew online before the start of the season to ensure that they are covered for insurance purposes (protects the individual and the Club).
  • Council Parking Permits are only available to active Members that have paid their Membership Fees for the current season (subject to Council rules). The Form is available from the Office.
  • If you have any questions or queries regarding the registration process, please contact us at mail@southcurlcurlslsc.org

Member Images on Video and in Photographs – Non Consent Form

South Curl Curl Surf Lifesaving Club has a long and proud history that we seek to maintain and promote. As such, during the course of the year photographs may be taken of members during general club activities, carnivals and presentations.

A number of photos are chosen throughout the year to be part of the South Curl Curl Annual Report, as photos for display within the clubhouse and/or one of the club’s slideshows. The club values the use of these images and may choose to use them on our website.

If you are a parent of a junior club member, you may wish to discuss this issue with your son or daughter. You may also wish to view this website for examples of photographic use.

To meet the requirements of the Privacy Act, South Curl Curl SLSC has created this generic note to members and parents requesting individuals and parents to inform the club if permission is not given for images taken to be used for club initiatives.

Member/parent/child permission will be sought for images that are requested for use for special purposes outside of the surf club context.
This only requires a response if permission is not granted. By not responding, the club will assume that permission to take and use images of individual members has been granted.

Download the Member Images on Video and in Photographs – Non Consent Form here. This can be placed in an envelope and handed to your patrol captain or age manager.

Payment

Membership Fees

 

Check the Registration Page to see how to join or renew your membership.  

 

You can pay your fees via the new Surf LifeSaving Online Membership payment portal – here

Please use the table below to calculate the relevant membership fee, pease contact us at  mail@southcurlcurlslsc.org if you have any questions.

  • These prices are valid for the current season, and fees are consistent across all sections of the club.
  • Note – all Age Managers are volunteers, most of whom started as parents helping out on the beach.  We actively encourage this involvement.  All helpers need to be associate members for insurance purposes.
Membership Category Requirements/Notes Amount
Life Members Registration renewal required Nil
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Long Service Members More than 25 years service & aged over 60 years
Must fulfill Patrol Obligations
Includes Gym Access, subject to availability
30
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Active Senior & Reserve Must fulfill Patrol Obligations
Includes Gym Access, subject to availability
70
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Active Cadet & Junior Members Must fulfill Patrol Obligations
Juniors are between 15 – 18 years
30
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Bronze Medallion New starter course fee, not including membership 200
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Nippers For insurance purposes, it is a requirement that at least one parent/caregiver becomes an Associate Member, and recommended that both parents/caregivers become Associate Members. 100
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Associate Membership Non patrolling members 50
____________________________________________________________________________
Bronze Upgrade Existing associate upgrade to bronze, including course fee 120
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Gym (Associate) Membership Only available to patrolling members and subject to availability 150
 ____________________________________________________________________________
Family Membership Limit Includes up to 2 adults and their dependents who are under 18 or full-time students 250
____________________________________________________________________________

Links

Affiliations

The Club is affiliated to the following bodies:-

Surf Life Saving Sydney Northern Beaches Branch http://www.surflifesaving.net.au/

Surf Life Saving New South Wales www.surflifesaving.com.au

Surf Life Saving Australia www.slsa.asn.au

SLSA Online Membership & Personal Details System

Lifesaving Online (by SLSA) https://www.lifesavingonline.com.au/

Online Payments – memberships, clothing etc https://pnpnet.qvalent.com/OnlinePaymentServlet?cd_community=SLSA&cd_currency=AUD&cd_supplier_business=338

 

Other Surf Clubs

Dee Why www.dyslsc.org.au

Freshwater www.freshwaterslsc.com

Manly www.manlylsc.com

Bondi www.bondisurfclub.com

Cronulla www.cslsc.home-page.org

Newcastle www.newcastleslsc.com

North Bondi www.northbondisurfclub.com

North Burleigh www.surfclubaustralia.com

Kurrawa SLSC home.primus.com.au/flea1/kurhp.htm

Join

South Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club welcomes membership enquiries from all-comers regardless of age and skill levels. Training is available in all facets of surf life saving and members are encouraged to obtain the various life saving qualifications. For further details, please see ‘Education’.

As a minimum requirement, all active senior members must acquire their Bronze Medallion. This award requires a basic level of fitness and swimming competency and instruction in rescue and resuscitation techniques.

The Club has a relatively small and friendly membership base and all interests are catered for whether competitive or social. Nippers are especially welcome and we endeavour to ensure the emphasis is on fun.

Membership Categories

We have a number of different membership categories, as follows:-

  • Junior Activity Member (5-13 years)
  • Cadet Member (13-15 years)
  • Active (15-18 years)
  • Active (18 years and over)
  • Reserve Active
  • Junior Activities Associate (Nipper parent)
  • Associate
  • Life Member

To join, please see the instructions on the ‘Registration’ page

Member Images on Video and in Photographs – Non Consent Form

South Curl Curl Surf Lifesaving Club has a long and proud history that we seek to maintain and promote. As such, during the course of the year photographs may be taken of members during general club activities, carnivals and presentations.

A number of photos are chosen throughout the year to be part of the South Curl Curl Annual Report, as photos for display within the clubhouse and/or one of the club’s slideshows. The club values the use of these images and may choose to use them on our website.

If you are a parent of a junior club member, you may wish to discuss this issue with your son or daughter. You may also wish to view this website for examples of photographic use.

To meet the requirements of the Privacy Act, South Curl Curl SLSC has created this generic note to members and parents requesting individuals and parents to inform the club if permission is not given for images taken to be used for club initiatives.

Member/parent/child permission will be sought for images that are requested for use for special purposes outside of the surf club context.
This only requires a response if permission is not granted. By not responding, the club will assume that permission to take and use images of individual members has been granted.

Download the Member Images on Video and in Photographs – Non Consent Form here. This can be placed in an envelope and handed to your patrol captain or age manager.

Donate

The generosity of our sponsors, donors and supporters enables us to purchase vital rescue and training equipment and resources. Donations are tax deductible.

Did you know?

It costs $30 to refill an oxygen cylinder – vital for resuscitation treatment

$50 buys a Patrol Pack – an essential piece of first aid equipment , the patrol pack allows surf lifesavers to carry some of the most commonly used lifesaving items with them on patrol. It saves precious time, allowing lifesavers to immediately retrieve items such as resuscitation masks, whistles and gloves.

The distinctive red and yellow uniform of the surf lifesaver costs $60 and serves two purposes: sun safety protection for our surf lifesavers and quick identification in the event of an incident.

$120 will buy a rescue tube – an effective deep water flotation device

$350 – provides basic training for a new lifesaver. Every patrolling volunteer surf lifesaver must have their Bronze Medallion. This involves over 40 hours of assessment in many areas including CPR, rescue techniques, First Aid and fitness testing and must be updated each year. The benefits are enormous; Safer beaches and safer communities.

$500 provides a spinal board – essential for spinal injury cases and moving patients who are unable to walk.

Radios cost $1,000 each – Surf lifesavers have access to emergency support through a dedicated communications system. Radios are an essential part of coordinating an effective response to any incident.

$1300 purchases a rescue board – a fast and reliable way to reach endangered swimmers and return them to safety.

On average, $2000 is spent each season on first aid supplies for the treatment of marine bite stings and minor abrasions to suspected fractures and spinal damage.

Resuscitation Manikins – Surf lifesavers have earned a significant reputation for their resuscitation skills; these skills can only be developed through effective training and constant practice. Resuscitation Manikins allow lifesavers to simulate the skills they may one day need to use to save a life. Cost: $1,860 or add a skill meter, CPR, and defibrillation tester, cost: $4,705

The Oxy-Viva is vital to the recovery of a patient and is often used to increase the oxygen in the patient’s blood stream following shock, exhaustion, drowning, cardiac arrest, breathing emergencies or allergic reactions. The oxygen bottle is regularly maintained and changed on each unit to increase the useful life of each unit to 6 – 10 years. Cost: $3,500

Defibrillators – It is a medical fact that the proper and timely use of an AED can save a life in the case of a cardiac arrest. Due to the volume of beach visitors and the training of surf lifesavers, and the advancements in Defibrillators (AEDs), Emergency Agencies are encouraging early access to AEDs to prevent the loss of life. Currently the most suitable model is the Laerdal FR2 with Trainer Kit that allows for the accredited training to take place with the unit in “test” mode. Cost: $5,000

IRBs – Designed specifically for Surf Life Saving, the Inflatable Rescue Boat (IRB) is an essential piece of rescue equipment and an ideal tool for quick response to a rescue. Due to the harsh operating conditions of the sun, sand and salt water, an IRB has a useful life of approximately 5 years. Cost: $18,000

Information on this page is made available by the Surf Life Saving Foundation

Click here to donate online

To donate by mail, please send your tax deductible donation to: 
South Curl Curl SLSC, P.O. Box 18, Freshwater NSW 2096 (email
 mail@southcurlcurlslsc.org)

Sponsorship packages are also available.

Sponsors

Primary Sponsors

The South Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club is a non-profit tax exempt and gift deductible recipient, volunteer organisation. All donations are gratefully received and are put to good use for the benefit of the Club.

James Hawley @ Stone – http://www.stonerealestate.com.au/manly/meet-the-team/james-Hawley

James Hawley @StoneBuying, selling, renting and property management is what we do at Stone.

This starts with knowing our customers, knowing what they want and where and when they want it. It’s also about knowing what’s effective and efficient in terms of the tools needed to make marketing material simple and easy to use.

Our forward-thinking property experts have extensive real-estate knowledge. With our finely honed ability to accurately assess the market, we turn every valuable piece of information to your advantage – and we do it all with an honest, upfront approach so what you need to know always makes perfect sense.

 

Freshwater Community Bank – Bendigo Bank

fwThe generous support of our local Bendigo Bank Branch, the Freshwater Community Bank is very much appreciated by the club.  Their financial assistance ensures the continued growth of the club as a whole and the purchase of vital surf lifesaving equipment.   Click on the Freshwater Community Bank logo below for further information on their products and services.

Molly’s Cradle

Molly's Cradle Proudly owned and operated by the Skidmore family, the brand was built on a simple philosophy – from the best grapes, comes the best wines. As generational wine growers, we have been producing some of the finest wines in the Hunter Valley, with a vision and commitment to provide our customers with handcrafted, yet affordable premium wines

Harbord Diggers

harbourd diggers Harbord Diggers has been a long time and highly appreciated supporter of our club.  They provide a significant donation to the club via their community grants program which together with the support of Bendigo Bank, has allowed us to purchase a new IRB suitable to the conditions experienced here at South Curly.  Click on the logo below for further information about the Harbord Diggers Club.

Autonomous Energywww.autonomousenergy.com

AutoEnergySouth Curl Curl SLSC would like to announce a very warm welcome to our newest partners, Autonomous Energy.   They are the people behind the environmentally-and-electricity-bill-friendly bit of exterior modern-ness that now sits on top of South Curly’s roof.
Autonomous Energy are a local business for the local community, and are offering all South Curly members a special offer. To see what all the fuss is about click here to download a piece of effective marketing.  Let’s do our bit for the environment and for our long-term books, with this being an investment for a worthwhile cause.

Harbord Beach Hotelwww.harbordhotel.com.au

harbordbeachhotelThe Harbord Beach Hotel is located next to the famous Freshwater Beach with a sundrenched courtyard for outdoor dining and a cosy fireplace for those chilly winter nights.

After 25 years at the Hotel, John Thorpe and Trish King have learnt a thing or two about keeping customers happy and Manager Sean King keeps the hotel running smoothly.
It’s been a while since beer was the only reason for going to the pub. These days people are demanding more from their local, all of which the Harbord Beach Hotel accomplishes with style.  Known locally as the Harbord Hilton, the food, wine and service in Freshies Garden Bar & Grill is certainly five star quality.  As well as an innovative menu, Freshies hold speciality nights. There is ‘Happy Hour’ six afternoons a week, plus live entertainment on six evenings a week and a wide variety of competitions and giveaways to keep every taste amused.  To get you home safely or to another venue the hotel also provides a free courtesy bus every Thursday to Sunday evening.

Manly Windows – http://www.manlywindows.com.au

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Northstar Financial Advisers – http://www.northstarfinancialadvisers.com.au

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We are located in Freshwater and serve a diverse range of clients across the Northern beaches, Sydney metropolitan area and beyond.<

As we are privately owned, we hold our own Australian Financial Services License (AFSL 313618). This means we are not affiliated with any banks or insurance companies. We operate on a fee for service basis, so our loyalty is to our clients and our services are based solely on your specific financial needs.<

Allan Hall – http://www.allanhall.com.au/

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Parnell Partners, Frenchs Forest  www.parnellpartners.com.au

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Renowned for achieving exceptional results in all market conditions, our continued success is proudly driven by repeat and referral business. Our agents are talented, tenacious and community minded professionals dedicated to providing unparalleled service with a refreshingly transparent approach.

For all your real estate enquiries, call 2014 highest selling agency in the Forest area – Parnell Partners on 9452 5100 or visit us at www.parnellpartners.com.au

 

United Resource Management– http://www.urmgroup.com.au/

URMURM’s aim is to be recognised by the communities we serve and the Waste & Recycling Industry alike as a leading resource management company. Our mission is to develop, maintain and implement innovative waste and recycling solutions. URM is committed to exceeding customer expectations in the provision of integrated waste management services

 

Chris Flemming Building Services – www.chrisflemmingbuilding.com.au

Chris Flemming Building Services was established in 1990 and has been serving the greater Sydney Metropolitan area for over 20 years.  Boasting a team of fully licensed, insured and dedicated tradesmen, Chris Flemming ensures all work carried out is of the highest calibre.

 

James Hawley @ Stone – http://www.stonerealestate.com.au/manly/meet-the-team/james-Hawley

 

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We are Sydney-based beach home design and build specialists and we’re as passionate about living by the beach as you are. We’re highly skilled in coastal construction, embracing a wide spectrum of design styles. Whether your appetite is for a sleek and contemporary hi-tech space, an elegant Hamptons-style classic or a charming beach cottage, we’re got you covered.

You’ll find we have an expert eye, when it comes to capturing that unique coastal light, embracing the particular character of your personal patch of heaven, seamlessly blending the sanctuary of your interior with that rare oceanic ambience of the outdoors.

 

Supporting Sponsors

Supporting sponsors and donors to the club are listed hereunder:

Warringah Council

Martin Thompson/Wong & Mayes

Bruce Louden

Darren Jones and family

Chris Flemming Building Services

Kone Elevators

Anthony Mulvey

Phillip Harvey

Bonds Clothing

Freshwater Financial Services (Sean Richardson)

Sauter Laboro

Jason Kennett

Judith de Brazay

Leo Burnett

Mark Campbell

 

Life Members

Our life members are:

Flora Roberts* – Patron Life Member Alldis, David Atkins, Steve
Backhouse*, Clive N. Barlow, Rodney Bland*, Jim
Brown, Andy Brown*, Len A. Brown, Mark E.
Brown, Roper ‘Buster’ L. S. Buckingham, Bruce Buckingham, Robert (Bob)
Cassidy, John ‘Casso’ Cuneo, Anthony Dossetor, Graeme
Flemming, Christopher ‘Ribs’ Flemming, Lyndall Gloag, Mick
Good, William (Billy) Harbron*, Kenneth Harradine, Kevin
Hewitt, Jeffrey Hogan*, Mick Hourigan*, Cecil A.
Jones*, Mervyn H. Jones, Darren Joyce, Denzil [O.A.M.]
Kuhn, Charles ‘Chicka’ Leggett*, Charles Longley, Charles
Lowery, Michelle MacPherson*, William (Bill) J.C. MacPherson*, Robert (Bob) G.
McColm*, John G. McErlane*, David McKay, Elton
Marvin, Ron L. Middleton*, Tom A. Moffat, Kevin ‘Spook’ A.
Mulvey, Anthony ‘Champ’ Newman*, Sam H. O’Keefe*, Lindsay
Olsen*, Arthur O. Olsen*, Clive E. Olivey, David
Picard, Robert (Bob) Raymond*, Ernie Rees, Raymond ‘Raz’
Roberts*, A. ‘Ritchie’ Routh*, Jim Russell, Bryn
Russell, Janice Settree, Lisa Settree, Wayne ‘Zulu’
Skelton, Jordi Spiteri, Mark ‘Angus’ Stacey*, Tom
Stephens*, G. (Reg) Still*, Arthur Stoker, Darrin
Taylor*, Norm R. Thompson, Martin White, John
Woodward, Michael

* deceased

History

The South Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club has been in existence since 1918 and no lives have been lost whilst the beach has been patrolled. The Club places great emphasis on training club members in life saving skills to ensure this tradition is maintained.

 

For more information (formal and informal) about the club’s history, check out our 50th and 75th Anniversary books.  Coming soon, our 100th Anniversary Book and Video.