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Your Bondi Surf Club Surfer – 3 May 2019

The Bondi Surfer – Bondi Surf Life Saving Club Your update on all things Bondi Surf Club! The Bondi Surfer No. 89 3 May 2019 Photo: Moon, Flag and Club. Tim Read Intro & Welcome See you on the beach, Jacob Waks Events & Reminders Key Dates Member Protection Information Officer (MPIO) Training – 2 […]

Bondi Surf Race Report

The Bondi Surf Race Report Bondi Surf Race Report Week 31 – 21 April 2019 Fellow Surfers, Got down in time for a beautiful morning, the Shaggy Dog had brought down Easter Eggs, as had others, to bring back memories of John R’s catering of his patrol over the years, which was almost as good […]

Your Easter Weekend Bondi Surf Club Surfer – 19 April 2019

The Bondi Surfer – Bondi Surf Life Saving Club Your update on all things Bondi Surf Club! The Bondi Surfer No. 88 Easter and ANZAC Week 19 April 2019 Photo: Busy week ahead. Bondi LifeSavers are on Patrol through the long weekend and on ANZAC Day. Thrusie Maurseth-Cahill Intro & Welcome Congratulations to our surf […]

Your Bondi Surf Club Surfer

Intro & Welcome Our lifesavers patrol Australia’s busiest beach and every summer. We perform more preventatives and rescues than any other club in Australia. Our club alone performs approximately 10% of the NSW total. A fortnight ago our lifesavers on Meagher patrol performed multiple rounds of CPR and used the defib for two rounds on […]

2017 – Bare-footed Prime Minister visits lifesavers at Bondi

A relaxed Malcolm Turnbull took off his shoes and walked bare-footed across the golden sands of Bondi beach last Saturday while mingling with surf lifesavers, officially launching the 2017-18 surf lifesaving season for the four Waverley district clubs and christening three generously donated inflatable rescue boats. The Prime Minister and Member for Wentworth called in […]

1915 – Bondi Surf Bathers’ Life Saving Club – The Anzac Story

Amongst the first members of Bondi Surf Bathers’ Life Saving Club to head off to the Great War were J.E. ‘Jack’ Barlow and R.H. ‘Robert’ Crow (the Club honour board misspelt his surname as ‘Crowe’). Reflecting the middle class background of many of the Club’s members, and the fact that the military looked favourably on […]

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