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1A Pacific Ave, Tamarama, NSW 2026 Australia


Message the right person -
(remember we're all volunteers)

For sponsorship, lifesaving, renovation and hall hires, contact emails are listed below

Phone : 0435 034 396

SPONSORSHIP

Email : fundraising@tamaramaslsc.org

LIFESAVING

Email : captain@tamaramaslsc.org

JOINING – BRONZE COURSE

Email : education@tamaramaslsc.org

RENOVATION

Email : fundraising@tamaramaslsc.org

HALL HIRES

Email : hallhire@tamaramaslsc.org


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  • Kerry Seaborn
    Hi, I run a mini trampoline fitness class in Bondi and I’m wondering if you have any life saving teams that would like to change up their training and fancy giving BFitbody a go. Great for team bonding and being a high intensity but low impact on the joints, it could help towards their fitness. I can cater for what they want to train for or they can just come for fun! It’s a dance based cardio workout, finishing with toning and additional weight options.

    I have 20 trampolines available so can train one group, or 30mins split.

    Thank you for your time and look forward to hearing from you,


    Kerry
  • Gigi evans
    Hi, i’m interested in volunteering for surf life saving. How should i do this.


    Thank you, Gigi
  • Matty Christey
    Hi, I’m interested in joining the club. Can someone please call me on 0426 829 946 to discuss membership :)


    Cheers, Matty
  • Sam Young
  • Sam Young
    Today I was surfing and I watched a lifesaver paddle out to the right of tamaramma beach and accuse a young surfer with a hearing disability of ignoring him over the loudspeaker. When the guy said he can’t hear properly and needed to lip read the lifesaver told him to leave the break/beach and go to bronte because his board was fiberglass. The surfer apologized and said he would go in next wave as he wasn’t aware of this rule or law. The lifesaver left and then returned moments later to taunt and make jokes at the expense of the guy until he went in. Saying “oh you can hear that” when someone else spoke. Or “did you not hear me!?”


    I understand the lifesaver has a job to do, but this is a very poor behavior and attitude representing your club and beach. The treatment of any public person like this is unacceptable and inexcusable. Especially when they have clearly said they have a hearing disability and was unaware of this policy.


    He had almost reduced the surfer to tears who had said several time’s he understood and would go in on the next wave.


    I would like to point out that the boy surfing was not near the flags or any swimmers at any point. And this harassment should not happen at our beautiful beaches. Lifesavers should respect beach goes and treat them with dignity. Especially when they have informed them of a disability
  • Anita Kazis
    Well done in supporting a YES vote on the SLSC building! It was fabulous!
  • Paul Spencer
    What’s with the ugly ice cream painting??? Spoiled that classic view with a crappy melted ice cream graffiti