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Welcome to Freshwater Surf Life Saving Club

Nipper Open Day | Saturday 3 September | 10am – 12pm

Come down to the club on the 3rd September to meet us if you are a newly registered member, or if you...


Proposed Masterplan for Freshwater Reserve

The Northern Beaches Council are seeking community feedback on the proposed masterplan for the Freshwater Reserve, carparking and associated parklands. The broader...


Season Calendar 2022/2023

Now available to download. This will be updated regularly as more dates are confirmed in the lead up to the 2022/2023 season....


How to Become a Sponsor

Freshwater SLSC is seeking sponsors that embrace and represent the core values of Surf Life Saving.

Our Sponsors


Your donations ensure that our volunteers are always prepared to save lives and keep the beach safe.

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Renewals and New Members

Click through for details on how to become a member at Freshwater and instructions on how to renew or transfer your membership.

Freshwater memberships

Function Rooms

Located on Freshwater Beach, the Freshwater Surf Life Saving Club provides a relaxed and casual atmosphere for your special event. Established in 1908, our rich history is reflected in our Club rooms, which are now available for your birthday, wedding, engagement or other special event.

Function Room Enquiries

Education and Training

Our aim is to train and educate our members to the highest standard, providing opportunities for skills based development, to effectively patrol Freshwater Beach.
Under the umbrella of the Australian Lifesaving Academy, Freshwater SLSC provide education and training in nationally recognised courses.

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Patrolling our beach

Since 1908, our club has patrolled the beach for the benefit of the general public. We can proudly state no lives lost between the flags while patrolling members have been on duty.

Freshwater Beach is one of the most popular of Sydney’s 21 Northern beaches for families, surfers, bathers, locals and visitors alike. With around 3,000 people on the beach and in the water a day, on weekends and public holidays during the summer months, we are kept very busy.

Surf patrols are being conducted by our volunteers during the Patrol season from September to April each year.


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