Here at Tama we have a passionate comms team keeping our members up to date with all things related to patrolling, training, club updates etc... As well as a few profiling series of our members. As you're browsing around we'd love to share a bit more with you about the amazing people that make Tama a great community within SLS. Whilst we continue to update this page you can subscribe to the newsletter to get to know our members from your inbox.
Check out our profiling series of the Women of Tama. She can, she will, she does. She's a lifesaver!
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See you on the beach
Team Tama Members! 💙🤍 Have you renewed your membership yet?
Season kicks off on the 18th of September and we can’t wait to see you back at Tama patrolling our beautiful beach even during this difficult time! In case you still need to do it, click here.
We’re so excited for the season to start and to welcome you all back!
Till then, stay safe & sane and renew your membership ;)
Reminding members that the 115th AGM is this Sunday, 1 August · 1:45 – 3:45pm
Google Meet joining info Video call link: https://meet.google.com/tte-wemm-pje
Or dial: (AU) +61 3 8594 9070 PIN: 329 395 859#
More phone numbers: https://tel.meet/tte-wemm-pje?pin=8198933799270
Got your Bronze Medallion? Looking to make progress in your Surf Life Saving (SLS) journey? There are so many pathways for higher education in SLS at Tamarama and NSW broadly. Here is an infographic made by our very own Chief Education Officer Michelle Cowan that explains the different options available:
I did a double take the other day when I noticed that the iconic custard yellow exterior of the Tamarama Surf Lifesaving Club is now sporting a new summery look. She now dons a beautiful shade of aqua, with polka dots of turquoise, sunshine and peach, colours which Julian Ashton put to good use in capturing the redolence of summer days spent at our unique beach.
The grand old dame also sports a few temporary tattoos. These are a cheeky take on Aussie slang for our distinctive banknote colours. The pink $5 note is known as a “prawn”, the $10 note is “a blue swimmer crab” and the red $20 note “a lobster”. “Pineapple” is what many call a $50 note, while a “frog” is slang for a $100 bill.
The makeover is all to drive awareness of a fundraiser in partnership with smartbank 86 400, which we hope will generate the final money needed to renovate the clubhouse next year.
86 400 has generously made a $25,000 donation that will go directly to Tamarama SLSC’s fundraising efforts. On top of that, every Aussie who signs up to 86 400 using the code ‘SMART10’ and makes a purchase will earn themselves $10, plus an additional $10 for Tamarama SLSC, which 86 400 will donate to the club’s redevelopment fund on their behalf.
The clubhouse has been around since 1906, and this final fundraising push will ensure a much-needed renovation that will set us up for a further 100 years, meaning we can continue to serve the community through life-saving patrols, education programs and community use of the upgraded clubhouse
Given the year we’ve all had, we can all look forward to some cheer and merriment, so if we can all get together and show support for this last fundraising push to get the work started, I will personally dress up in an unofficial Tamarama SLSC grouper (or merman) outfit at the new launch for a photo opportunity to thank you for your generosity.
This year, two of our members, Natalie Sutton and Laura Roff experienced three successful lifesaving CPRs this year. The Tama Comms team approached them to share their experience and to offer any advice they would have to people who find themselves in a similar situation.
Watch the video here.
Venue: Tamarama SLSC at Tamarama Beach
Dates: Monday 30th Nov to Sunday 6th Dec (9am to 6pm daily)
To support the Artist Community & Tamarama SLSC
Don't miss this amazing art festival with some of the very best emerging and established artists on display. In a fantastic response from the artist community, we have a full house for our 2nd annual Wonderland Art Festival, and with just over four weeks to run... we are offering '3 Day' displays for just $249 (Monday 30th Nov to Wed 2nd Dec). Our 2020 Exhibitors at this point are…
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'WONDERLAND ART FESTIVAL' AT TAMARAMA (30th Nov- 6th Dec)
Keep your calendars clear, for our 2nd Annual 'Wonderland Art Festival’ - Sydney's newest art event, and not to be missed!
Presented by Tamarama Surf Life Saving Club, the COVID-safe event will be showcased in the main hall, right on the doorstep of the immensely popular 'Bondi to Bronte ‘ Walk on Tamarama Beach. Come and browse extraordinary art direct from some of the very best emerging artists. The festival is envisaged to run from Monday 30th November, to Sunday 6th December, 2020. Funds raised during the event will help our ‘Club Renovation’ campaign.
'Tamarama Beach & Surf Club NSW' by Tracy Rockwell (2019)
Among this year’s featured exhibiting artists are: