Author: Bondi Surf Club

Back in the Water

On Tuesday 28 April Bondi re-opened for exercise between 7am and 5pm on weekdays with many Bondi Surf Club members (including Tim Read who took the photos above) waiting patiently on the promenade for entry points to be opened. Before the opening, Waverley Council Mayor Paula Masselos emphasised that access to its beaches was for […]

That’s a Wrap

As we wrap up the 2019/2020 season in the most unprecedented of circumstances, we have time to reflect on what has been a difficult season in many ways. We have battled the elements with difficult surf and weather conditions in the first half of the season, followed by air so thick with bushfire smoke our Nippers were unable to […]

March 2020 Clubbie of the Month

James Allison One of our early morning swimmers, James has also been quietly carrying out a very important job for the club, hosting in his warehouse 34 pallets of our supplies for the bushfires. He’d turned up in the Main Hall, ready to get his hands dirty on one of those mad mornings in early January […]

Bondi SBLSC Kayak Auction

Bondi SBLSC Kayak Auction The Bondi Surf Bathers Life Saving Club is auctioning off a hand-crafted wooden kayak to raise funds for bushfire relief on NSW’s south coast. The kayak was crafted by a man who lost his own home to bushfires 35 years ago and took more than 600 hours to build. He saw […]

Network 10 in Partnership with Bondi Surf Bathers Life Saving Club

We are so proud to announce our partnership with Network 10 for the 2019/20 season!   “Hey, Bondi, welcome to the Daily Bailey weather wall. The forecast where you get it all and we are proud pumped and privileged, Network Ten, to be in partnership with the Bondi Surf Life Saving Club. Bondi. The most […]

Notice of the 112th Annual General Meeting

Due notice is hereby given that the 112th Annual General Meeting of Bondi Surf Bathers’ Life Saving Club, Inc. will be held at the Clubhouse, Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach on  Sunday 21 July 2019 from 2:00 pm Business: Opening and welcome by the President In Memoriam Apologies Confirmation of Minutes of the 111th Annual […]

How to survive in a rip current

How to survive in a rip current – swim elsewhere, or stay calm … Firstly its best to be able to identify a rip and not swim there – You’ll see less waves… that region might look a little bit murky because the water’s moving so quickly, or there will be a lot of sand.  It […]

SUMMER TRAINING CALENDAR starts Monday 15th October

MONDAY 6:00 am: Boards with Robert Chapman (Intermediate – Advanced) 6:00 am: Yellow Boards with Rex Hatton (Beginner) 4:00 pm: Sprints with Chris Cooper (all levels) TUESDAY 5:50 am: Ski with Greg Byrnes ((Intermediate – Advanced) 5:30 pm: Boards with Laura Thurtell (14-18 yrs) WEDNESDAY 6:00 am: Boards with Robert Chapman (Intermediate – Advanced) 6:00 […]

Surf life saving – Australia’s largest volunteer organisation

Surf Life Saving Australia is the national body for volunteer lifesavers.  It is Australia’s peak coastal water safety, drowning prevention and rescue authority. Surf life saving officially started at Bondi in 1907. From this first surf bathing association, the movement has now grown. There are now 311 surf clubs, 160,000 surf lifesavers and 491 entities. […]

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