Founded in 1922, the North Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club is a volunteer community service provided by community minded individuals, who have been trained as qualified Surf Life Savers.
Throughout each season North Curl Curl Surf Life Savers spend in excess of 5000 volunteer hours patrolling our local beach, and perform rescues, preventative actions and treat many first aid cases.
Voluntary beach patrols are provided of a weekend and public holidays generally from September through to April each year.
North Curl Curl has a proud record of NO LIVES LOST between the flags whilst patrols are on duty and the members strive to maintain this record each year
The North Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club provides to the Local Community an outlet for people to become involved in a vital volunteer service, the development and education of rescue and resuscitation techniques that are taught in varying degrees to all active members depending upon their age.
So please come and enjoy our beach.
|The NSW Premier the Honourable Mike Baird addressed the members at the NCCSLSC Annual General Meeting - for more details visit our
Activities & News section.
For a copy of the North Curl Curl SLSC 2014/2015 Annual Report Click Here
|Club Registration Day will be held on Sunday September 13th at the Surf CLub from 9:00am to 3:00pm|
|For the latest information on all that is happening around the club, visit our Activities & News section, and check our Club Calendar for upcoming dates to remember|
North Curl Curl SLSC are proud to be accreditated