The Surf Club Bar & Kitchen is open on every Friday & Sunday evenings.....we have a great selection of food !!
So click on the picture to see the tasty new menu for this week !!
Bar opens from 5:00pm. Food served from 5:30pm
For Full Event Calendar Click Here
Fri Jan 10th
Sun Jan 12th
Sun Jan 19th
Nipper Nats Carnival
Sat Jan 25th
Manly Open Carnival
Sun Jan 26th
Australia Day Carnival
SNB Branch Training Course Calendar
Sydney Northern Beaches also run courses.
For the current course schedule Click Here
For details of the pre-requisites required for each qualification Click Here
For more details on our training programs visit our Life Saving page Click Here
ZUMBA is on at North Curly !!
Just $14 per class for 8 week program
Every Tuesday evening at North Curly Surf Club, with your own Cuban instructor, Yarima.
For more details Click Here
For more Surf Life Saving information and event details, visit the following sites -
10th November 2013
The Manly Junior Carnival is the first big Nippers carnival of the year, and always a great test for our youngsters, some of who have never been to a major carnival before this one. But that didn't stop the North Curl kids having a great day at the beach, even when the heavens opened up and dumped rain on their heads for a good portion of the morning.
One of the happiest kid on the beach appeared to be young Dylan King, who seemed to always have a smile on his face in the U8 Beach Flags, when he kept going past a flag, always managed to come up with it. In the end he came a very creditable 3rd place is his first carnival effort, and matched that a top 6 finish in the wade, plus 2nd place in the wade relay with his team mates.
Biggest smile of the day was on Tasma Woolley's face, when she cracked a great wave at the tail end of the U13 Girls Board race, to win ahead of the Newport and Manly competitors, with our Jamie Prowse and Keely Allsop rounding out the top five. Her smiling face said it all !!!
For a copy of the carnival results
3rd November 2013
Mother nature played havoc with the Nippers season last year, and when last week's Bennett Craft Carnival at Dee Why was called off due to the poor conditions, it looked like a repeat of last year when it was also called off. But a decsion to postpone the event 1 week turned out to be a great idea, and our Nippers got the chance to show their form in the re-run event, in what were good but tricky conditions. There were plenty of anxious faces in the Under 9 area, which is understandable given this was their first carnival on craft, but they showed the results of our great training program by taking our some of the major events. Over all it was an excellent hitout from our youngsters, with everyone having a go and showing plenty of promise for another successful season.
19th October 2013
The Coolangatta Gold is a classic surf sports event, and this year the club entered an Open Womens team for the first time. Michelle Oakes, Laurean Coltman and Pip Candrick were joined by Ameilia Harris from Burleigh Heads Mowbray Park, as a late replacement for young Sarah Loveley who broke her arm just 2 weeks out from the event.
Michelle led out the team in calm conditions with the 14.6km ski leg which took around 1 hour 25 minutes to complete. She handed over to Pip who did a short 2.1km run to tag Lauren, who then took off on the 2.5km swim leg, with the girls well placed in the top 10. Next was young Ameilia's turn on the board leg, a 6.1km paddle. Pip then finished off with another run, this time a 7.1km beach run from Currumbin to Coolangatta, which she did in approximately 35 minutes, to bring home the girls in 10th place, in 4 hours and 24 minutes.All in all a sensational effort.
13th October 2013
Unlike more recent years, the first day of Nippers for the 2013/2014 season was an absolute cracker of a day - warm and sunny ! And that made for a great kickoff for 0ur youngsters, who were more than happy to throw themselves into the activities of the day. Right through from our tiny U6 novices through to the older kids who were doing SRC training, everyone had a great day, which went very smoothly thanks to the great work of our Age Managers, who were ably assisted by many parents. It augers well for another great season for our North Curly Nippers.
21st-22nd September 2013
The club held a very successful surf sports development camp at Blacksmiths Beach, Swansea Belmont, near Newcastle over the weekend. The aim of this camp was to provide an opportunity where our U13 and U14 Nipper members (and their parents) could integrate and build lasting relationships with Senior club members.
We launched our Buddy Program whereby each nipper was assigned one or two senior member buddies, whose role was to act as mentor, as well as water safety and assistant coaches. The aim of this program is to provide the Nippers with familiar Senior member faces so when they move into the Senior club the transition isn't so daunting. This buddy program will be an ongoing activity through the season. Over the two days, sixteen U13 and U14 Nippers ,with some U15 and open members participated in four introductory skills sessions, covering board paddling, beach sprinting, swimming and they were also taught the basics of sitting on ski's in flat water.
Our Coaches for the weekend were: Carl and Kim Henderson, Tony Williams, Michael Kember, Noel Langthorne and myself. The Skills sessions were broken up with dry land presentations on:
A tough beach volley ball game was played between the old-ies and under 20's on Saturday afternoon, with Noel referring the longest game in history.... characterised by plenty of dubious calls.
A fantastic Chinese banquet was enjoyed by all on the Saturday night and it was a great opportunity for all to bond and meet each other.
Overall a special thanks to all the Nippers participants, buddies, Nipper parents and coaches for giving up their time and for the Board of Directors for supporting this initiative and a special thanks to Swansea Belmont SLSC who were our hosts.
The 2012-2013 Annual General Meeting was held on Sunday August 4th. There was a changing of the guard per se, as Neil Coltman, better known as Harry, stepped down as Director of Surf Sports, after a 9 year tenure. Through that period Harry has attended more carnivals and surf sports events that he cares to remember, and had been responsible for getting our open teams to State and Australian Championships all over the country. He was also running our Sunday events for some time during this period, and has been a valued member of the Board thoughout his period on the Board.
Harry handed over the Surf Sports reigns to Glenn Slater, no stranger to the club, who has already hit the ground running with some great new ideas and plans, along with a strong group of assistants, including Tony Williams as his 2IC. We wish Harry all the best and thank him for his contribution, and welcome Glenn and his new team.
A key position that was not filled at the AGM was that of the Director of Surf Life Saving Instruction. This key role was filled by Clare Hagon last year, who is unable to continue in the role, so we are keen for anyone that has an interest in helping with running of our surf life saving education programs, to contact Julie Tassone at email@example.com
For a copy of the annual report Click Here
Did you know that researchers from the University of Sydney Marine Sciences school have been completing important research into the biodiversity of our marine environment right on our doorstep? Last year, some artificial turf squares were secured onto the rock platforms to the south of Curl Curl beach and left there for 3 months to see what kind of marine life would settle onto the units. This was just one of 24 field sampling sites chosen across the New South Wales and Victorian coastline. The only other site chosen in Sydney was located at Avalon Beach.
During the 2012/2013 season, a member of the North Curl Curl surf club, Iina Lohi, attended the Coastal Ambassador program which was held at the Coastal Environment Centre, North Narrabeen. Since attending the workshop, she has been volunteering on this Sydney University marine sciences project, and has been assisting in the field and in the laboratory with the collection and preparation of the field sampling units and microscope specimens. This important research is helping us to further understand the pattern of distribution of marine species along our rocky shores.
Iina's assistance has meant that this research is being bought closer to completion and that our precious coastline and marine life will continue to receive the environmental management funding, stewardship, and attention that they deserve. If any club member wishes to contact her regarding the content of the workshops then please feel free to email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tuesday nights 7 – 8 pm
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OR pay cash on the night. No EFTPOS facilities available.
PLEASE COME 20 Mins EARLY, so we can start the class on time!
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