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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   WHAT'S GOING ON ...                                            
  1. ABOUT TO HAPPEN... ABOUT TO HAPPEN
    SAME WAVE
  1. BSLSC CALENDAR ABOUT TO HAPPEN
    Keep up to date with what's happening
Saturdays in February and March

Our Same Wave programe commences at 9.30am on Saturday 2 February and will continue every Saturday through February and March.  Helpers are required - please call Cheryl on 0459 238 442 if you can help out.  You do not need any special qualifications to assist.
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​January/February 2019
  1. NIPPERS
​​Sundays in February and March

Nippers will recommence on Sunday 3 February at 10.30am, and continue on each Sunday until the end of March.

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  1. SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN
​​Our commitment​​
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Surf lifesaving is committed to safeguarding the many children within our organisation and this season sees a renewed focus through The Safeguarding Children and Young People initiative.  Bermagui SLSC is proud that our committee has signed a "commitment statement" formally ratifying our support of and participation in the program.  We can all play a part in keeping our young people safe and SLS has developed a number of resources to help learn more about what each of us can do.

Visit the following link:  https://sls.com.au/safeguarding/
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  1. JUST HAPPENED...
    FOUR CHILDREN RESCUED AT BERMAGUI
Tuesday 15 January

Two boys and two girls, aged between 10 and 14, were trapped on the rocks near the Blue Pool by the incoming tide on Tuesday afternoon.  The Bermagui Surf Rescue IRB was launched but was not able to rescue the stranded children because of the rough conditions so the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter was called in.  Eight members of the Bermagui Surf Rescue call-out team and two lifeguards from the Australian Lifeguard Service, who were patrolling at Horseshoe Bay, assisted in the rescue.  The helicopter landed all four children safely on the headland, watched by a large crowd.

​More details are provided in the NSW Surf Life Saving Press Release

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