Who We Are
Whale Beach Surf Life Saving Club is home to a small but dedicated team of surf life savers on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, who patrol every weekend and public holiday from October through April.
Our tight-knit community is united through a common love and respect for the ocean. We pride ourselves on excellence in surf safety and education. The diversity of our community is its strength, with our lifesavers, nippers, associate members and wider community working together to keep the beach safe for all.
Everybody is welcome at Whale Beach, a place where you can connect, train hard, and belong.
What We Do
Every weekend we host training and competition for those looking to work on their surf skills and fitness, and run regular training sessions the Bronze Medallion and other SLS awards. For more info head to our Training Page.
We love friendly faces and all our welcome at our event! Grab a sanga and bevvie at the weekend bbq, watch the sunset at the monthly Saturday bar, or enjoy the legendary spit roast at Neighbours Night! Whale Beach SLSC is also home to the The Big Swim – the oldest and largest ocean swim on the NSW calendar. Check out the calendar for upcoming events.
Want to get involved?
Whether you are a pro on the rescue board, can keep a cool head during first aid, want to learn some new skills or just love hanging out and flipping burgers on the barbie, there is a place for you at Whale Beach Surf Life Saving Club!
The History: The original stone boatshed (pictured above), which saw its final days in May 1974 could only fit two surf boats! Captured in the photo are legacy Whaley members Colin Timms, Rich Stewart and Ron Clark some years ago. Today, we pioneer into the future,...
The Annual Awards Night 2018 saw a sea of golden dresses, tuxedos, and everything in between – it was a fantastic evening with many of our members coming together to celebrate the season. Patrol Captain of the Year Suzy Bownes and Young Lifesaver of the Year Sophie...
Whale Beach SLSC
227 Whale Beach Rd,
Whale Beach NSW 2107,