Stay Safe Rock Fishing

The body of a Jervis Bay rock fisherman was recovered today. Rock fishing is one of Australia’s most dangerous sports, every year around nine rock fisherman drown. See the full story here.

The NSW Department of Primary Industries has tips on fishing safety;

• Stay alert to the weather conditions
• Keep an eye on the waves 
• Learn how to swim
• Choose the safest possible location
• Wear the right gear – lifejacket and cleats on your shoes
• Never fish alone 
• Know what to do if someone is washed into the ocean 


For more rock fishing safety tips see NSW Department of Primary Industries website here.


Rock Fisherman

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Hey Ladies – interested in becoming a surf lifesaver?

Sign up for the Tamarama bronze medallion course today and bring a friend for FREE

Tamarama is committed to being a diverse and inclusive club and we are looking for more female members.  Female prospective members can invite a female friend to join the course free of charge. 

We are hosting a bronze medallion information night on Wednesday 26 September at 6:30pm where you can hear more about the club and the course.  Details including course requirements and sign up instructions can be found here:

Note, both prospective members must achieve the course prerequisites to be eligible for the discount.

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Join the Spring Bronze Medallion Course

Have fun, make friends and support the community at the beautiful Tamarama beach!

Completing the Bronze Medallion (Certificate II in Aquatic Safety) course will give you the skills and qualification to become a surf lifesaver.  Tamarama SLSC will be running our next Bronze Medallion course commencing in October 2018.

Find out more and sign up:


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Management Committee 2018-19

1500_eb123.jpgCongratulations to the new Tamarama SLSC Management Committee for the 2018-19 season who were confirmed at the AGM on Sunday 15 July.

Management Committee 18-19 
President - Tim Murray
Deputy President- Matteo Salval
CTO - Marilee Tamasy
Captain - Dan Zafir
Secretary - Aryan Shahabi-Sirjani
Junior Activities Director (Nippers) - Jon Hancock
Treasurer - Rob Foulkes

A number of opportunities to join the team supporting the Management Committee exist.   Contact a member of the Management Committee for more details

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Tamarama welcomes our newest lifesavers!

new-members.jpgTamarama SLSC is extremely proud and excited to welcome the latest batches of members to the club! We're so proud of all the work you've done to get here! Pictured here with our Club Patron, Henry, and Chief Training Officer, Ellie.  Together, our Lifesavers are dedicated to making the beach a safe and enjoyable place for all people.



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Tama at the Aussies

Tama-At-Aussies.jpgCongratulations Margaret Simpson-Lee, who once again, waved the flag for Tamarama at the Aussies 2018! Margie managed to get points for Tama at 2 events! In a very tough field, but snagged 5th in the surf race and 5th in the flags! She nearly got 4th in the flags but lost it when a competitor dived over the top - after 20 rounds! Competition is fun and excellent to improve your skills and team building. Sign up for training and competition in 2018/2019. :)



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Our Vision - Tamarama SLSC

video-Strategic-vision.jpgOur President Tim Murray, talks about our strategic vision with Simon Exleton, our longtime sponsor from McGrath. 

Watch this short video now about where we're heading!




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Tamarama's migrant beach safety days!

Migrants.JPGSyrian refugee Alaa (Alan) Alnseer, 23, has pulled the injured out of bombed buildings in war-torn Damascus, but after his first experience of rough surf he wants to stop drownings on NSW's most dangerous patrolled beach.

Mr Alnseer may be brave but he is not the stereotype seen on TV's Bondi Rescue. Yet the young Syrian dentist and first aid officer who arrived in Australia with his sister Lama five months ago is exactly the kind of recruit that Tamarama Surf Life Saving Club is targeting.

Read more on SMH article. 

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Kirsty Boden Scholarship recipient Alexander Jang

Kirsty-ABC-Story.pngCheck out this ABC story on our first Kirsty Boden Scholarship recipient Alexander Jang. Great work Alex.  

>> ABC Story Here<< 



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New gear thanks to BSEF grant!

new-gear1.jpgTwo new soft Rescue Boards commissioned this season! Thanks to the Federal Government BSEF (Beach Safety Equipment Fund) Program, we have been able to acquire some new gear. Here’s the first delivery - 2 new Dolphin 3/4 size Rescue Boards. Ideal for our Junior Lifesavers. Modelled here by Junior Lifesavers Lachlan & Monique and Junior Lifesaver in Training, Oliver. Thanks #SurfLifeSavingNSW and #SurfLifeSavingAustralia. But wait there's more! 



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