AGM 2022

Notice is hereby given of the South Curl Curl SLSC AGM for 2022.

The event will be held on Sunday 7th August from 10am.

The format will include both on-site attendance plus a zoom option.

Zoom Link: SCC_SLSC_AGM_Zoom_Link

Meeting ID: 865 6900 7567
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1. Acceptance of the meeting format which includes online attendance
2. President’s welcome
3. Recording of attendance and apologies
4. Minute silence for those members who have passed during the season
5. Confirmation of minutes of the 103rd Annual General Meeting
6. Presentation of the 104th Annual Report
7. Presentation of the Balance Sheet and Financial Statements for the year ending 30 April 2022
8. Motion: That South Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club affiliate with SLS SNB, SLS NSW and SLSA
9. Election of Life Members
10. Announcement of Distinguished Service Awards Recipients
11. Announcement of the Honour Blazer recipient
12. Motion: That South Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club adopt the proposed new Constitution
13. Election of the Club Office Bearers and Officials for 2022-2023 season
14. General Business


Proposed new Constitution:

SCC SLSC New Club Constitution Draft – d220705


The current state of nominees for positions (as at 6th July 2022):

Role Incumbent Nominees
President Graeme Dominish Matt Campbell
Deputy President Dave Alldis Dave Alldis
Secretary Jono Beavon Jono Beavon
Treasurer Paul Brittain Paul Brittain
Junior Chairperson Alex Braaksma Frank Toll
Junior Deputy Matt Fitzgerald Steve Rudd
Club Captain Kevin Moffat Kevin Moffat
Patrol Supervisor David O’Reilly David O’Reilly
Chief Instructor Natalie Neary Natalie Neary
IRB Captain Matt Campbell Michael Berry
IRB Engineer Michael Berry Terence Durnin
Boat Captains John Oxley & Steve Hall Julian McKay & Mali Warneford
Craft Captain Peter Allen Peter Allen
Club Competition coordinator James Earngey James Earngey
Competition Manager Daana Stoker Daana Stoker
First Aid Officer Catthy Dossetor & Shane Burke Lisa Holland
Gym Supervisor Trent Rogers Bjorn Shearer
Gear Steward Steve Birch
Social Organiser Trish Byrne Trish Byrne
Junior Development Officer Saul Carrol Saul Carrol
Technology Officer Graham Smith Graham Smith
Safety Officer Guy Waddilove Guy Waddilove
Child Protection Officer Lisa Settree Lisa Settree
Complaints / Grievance Officer Jenny Drury Jenny Drury
Public Officer Graeme Dominish Paul Brittain
Sponsor Coordinator Graeme Dominish

Other Committees:

Committee Name Incumbents Nominees
Finance Graeme Dominish, Paul Brittain, Charles Longley Paul Brittain, Charles Longley, Graeme Dominish
Judiciary John White, John Cassidy, Darren Jones, Matt Campbell John White, John Cassidy, Darren Jones
Building Jono Beavon, John Oxley, Peter Lowther, Steve Hall John Oxley, Peter Lowther, Steve Hall, James Carley
Social Trish Byrne, Wayne Settree Trish Byrne, Wayne Settree, Serena White, Alex Rudd


Trivia Night 21st October 2017

SOLD OUT – As of Sunday 15th October.  Sorry if you were hoping to come along to the Trivia Night and haven’t yet registered your table, we have full house and cannot fit any more into the club house.  Look out for the next one and get it quick.


Our first social event of the 2017/18 season is just around the corner.  Get your table organised and buy your tickets asap, they’ll be hot property!

Resident Caretaker – Role Vacancy

Applications are invited for the role of Resident Caretaker at South Curl Curl SLSC.

The current caretakers have given notice to vacate in October 2022 but are flexible with the change over date.

Details of the role description:

SCCSLSC Caretaker Role Responsibilities d220701

Please submit your application to the Club inbox at SCC_Inbox or by post to PO Box 18, Freshwater 2096

by Sunday 24th July 2022.

Interviews for the position are expected to be held on the weekend of 30-31st July 2022.

Selection Criteria:

1.       Customer focus – ability to sell the facility to potential hirers and explain the hiring process

2.       Cleaning Focus – Desire and ability to keep the entire site clean and tidy

3.       Past service history with South Curly, with emphasis on recent service is a definite advantage

4.       SLS qualifications may count to the extent that after hours rescues can occur

5.       Vision and Values – do you demonstrate the values we want our club to portray?

6.       Duration – are you prepared to remain in the role for at least 3 years?

7.       Coverage – will you have sufficient time for all the activities outlined in the role description?

8.      Capable of handling payments and refunds, maintaining basic accounts and updating an online calendar

9.    Capable of handling potentially drunken and rowdy party attendees and getting them to depart quietly

Note that in the past preference has been given to joint applicants over sole applicants based on their ability to share the workload.

The following is an older document which provides further details about expectations.

Caretaker Tasks

Stinger Treatment

New Treatment For Non-Tropical Bluebottle Stings – 16/08/2007

Hot water is now the recommended treatment for bluebottle stings, following scientific research and review by Surf Life Saving Australia (SLSA) and the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC).

Each year trained surf lifesavers and lifeguards treat between 20,000 to 30,000 people for stingers, making SLSA the leading provider of bluebottle treatment in the country.

Dr Natalie Hood, SLSA’s medical advisor and a member of the ARC, said that an extensive review of all the scientific evidence published over the last 50 years had led the ARC, the peak authority for medical and first aid practices in Australia, to recommend the use of hot water for non-tropical bluebottle stings wherever possible.

‘For many years the ARC’s recommended treatment for bluebottle stings was the application of a cold pack or ice, however after extensive scientific review, the best available evidence is that hot water can offer improved pain relief,’ she said.

The newly approved treatment for non-tropical bluebottle stings is:

  • Don’t allow rubbing of the sting area
  • Pick off any remaining tentacles with fingers – a harmless prickling may be felt
  • Rinse the stung area well with seawater to remove any invisible stinging cells
  • Place the victim’s stung area in hot water – no hotter than the rescuer can comfortably tolerate
  • f the pain is unrelieved by the heat, or if hot water is not available, apply cold packs or wrapped ice

SLSA has endorsed hot water as the recommended treatment for bluebottle stings.

Tropical Stings

Stings by tropical jellyfish require completely different treatment, in particular the immediate calling of an ambulance and, if available, dousing the stung area in vinegar to neutralise any remaining stinging cells from injecting more venom into the skin.

Non-tropical treatment priorities are based on pain relief, because life-threatening stings are highly uncommon.
Thus, freshwater (hot or cold) will cause stinging cells to inject more venom into the skin, but this is of little medical consequence.
Tropical treatment priorities are based on saving a life, with pain relief as a secondary focus; vinegar does not relieve pain, but may save a life in the event of a Box Jellyfish or Irukandji sting.

SLSA’s Director of Lifesaving, Peter George AM, said that wherever it is logistically possible, surf lifesavers and lifeguards in non-tropical areas will have hot water available to treat patients, however if local circumstances don’t permit this, cold packs and ice can still be used as a second line option for pain relief.
’There are clearly some logistical challenges for surf lifesavers who generally operate in the middle of a beach without access to electricity,’ he said.
’Nevertheless, SLSA will work with all clubs and services to help implement the new treatment wherever it is possible.’

A fact sheet outlining this treatment is available here.

Golf Day

Watch this space for news of our next Golf Day.

Typical Format – 4 Ball Ambrose


  • Registration: 7.00 –7.30 am
  • Breakfast: 7.00 am
  • Briefing: 7.30 –7.45 am
  • Shot Gun Start: 8.00 am
  • Lunch (SCC Surf Club): 1.30 pm
  • Prizes / Auction / Raffle: 2.30 pm


  • TBC – last year Early Bird $100 per player if paid before TBD via online gateway
  • TBC – last year $125 per person if paid via online gateway after TBD
  • TBC – last year $140 per person if paid on the day
  • Includes: Bacon&Egg Roll, Green Fees, Lunch at SCC & Drink Voucher.


Hole Sponsorship:

  • TBC (last year $300.00 per hole)
  • TBC (last year $700.00 including 4 players)

Breakfast or Lunch Sponsorship:

  • TBC (last year $1000 or $1,400 for sponsorship & 4 players)


To register to either play or to sponsor a hole please complete the registration form or contact any of the below:





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.

Club Clothing & Gear

Our Club Gear is available for purchase either via our SCC SLSC TeamApp shop facility or from our amazing Gear Team on Sunday mornings 9 – 10am at the Club.  Online orders are pre-packed for easy Click & Collect on Sunday mornings.

Rashies, competition caps and swimming costumes for both senior and junior members are available for sale plus various other items eg. caps, towel etc.

Enquiries for clothing should be directed to the club at



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