Welcome to Bermagui SLSC
We protect and support our community and surrounding areas and the thousands of visitors to Bermagui every year.

Surf Life Saving is an organisation that saves and protects life on Australian beaches.

The Surf Life Saving movement first began in 1907.  Since then, volunteer lifesavers have saved more than 550,000 lives.
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    Club Working Bee
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​​ Saturday 2 June
The end (almost) of a very successful season  - the only remainin g task is to clean up the surf club to make sure everything is stowed away and ready for the start of next season in October.

A working bee is being held on
Saturday 2 June, starting at 9.00am.  The more members who come along to help, the quicker we will finish.  Please note this date to help out.


 

2018/19 season starts in
October 2018
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    2018 Presentation Night
Friday 2 May
A very successful 2017/18 concluded with our last patrol on Sunday 29 April and Presentation night on Friday 2 May, attended by 120 members.  Sincere thanks to everyone who helped out on the various activities during the season, particularly all Bermagui residents who assisted with the Evacuation Centre during the disastrous Tathra bushfires.


Congratulations to all the trophy winners and the many Club members who have upgraded their skills during the season.

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    Tathra Fires
Our thoughts are with the Tathra community, particularly our Surf Club colleagues, for their town's severe losses in the disastrous bushfire on Sunday 18 March.

The Bermagui SLSC was used as an evacuation centre Sunday night and Monday and our members processed 320 evacuees in a matter of a few hours.  We were ably assisted by Bermagui residents and businesses in feeding and finding accommodation for those who had been forced to flee, usually with nothing more than the clothes they were wearing.  We live in a wonderful community and the generosity and number of people offering to help was truly humbling.

Our thoughts are with our Tathra friends and wishing everyone the best for a speedy recovery of such a beautiful town.

FOR THOSE WISHING TO DONATE FOOD, GOODS OR MONEY
St Vincent de Paul stores in Bega and Merimbula are the key drop-off point for donations of clothes, toiletries and non-perishable food items. Perishable food can be taken to the Evac Centre in Bega at the Showground. These items are to be taken to the kitchen area attached to the pavilion.

Financial donations can be made through the official Mayoral Appeal fund hosted by the Bega Valley Shire Council.  Donations are still being accepted.  Please phone (02) 6499 2345 to make a donation.