Fitness Fundraiser 30 January 2016 Come and join in the fun and get fit at the same time! Thanks to Beaches Strength and Conditioning Academy we’re offering a 1hr group fitness session, followed by a BBQ breakfast. Date: Saturday 30th January 2016 Time: Arrive 8:45am for 9am start Cost: $25/per person (all proceeds support Bilgola Surf Lifesaving Club) Address: Beaches Strength and Conditioning Academy 2/130 Old Pittwater Rd, Brookvale NSW 2100 Please RSVP to Aleisha Pollicina 0439478334 or email@example.com so that we can plan for expected numbers. Looking forward to seeing you there. Fitness Fundraiser Invite
Bronze Medallion Training Starts Feb 8 2016 If you’re a Nipper parent keen to keep up with the kids, an SRC graduate wanting to upgrade or you’re keen to join a volunteer patrol crew then come join the 2016 Bronze Medallion training at BSLSC. Training will take place Mon nights 7pm – 9pm and Sun mornings 7am – 9am. At the start of the course you will do a pre-requisite pool swim (400 metres within 9 minutes). You will learn CPR, First Aid, Radio / Signal communication, Tube, Rescue board and Spinal injury rescue techniques. The course is a great way to involve yourself in Surf Lifesaving as well as being trained in one of…
Nippers@ Bilgola SLSC Children can join the “Nippers” at Bilgola SLSC from the age of five (5) years and start learning about surf awareness and safety through the “Surf Ed” program. As they get older they are able to participate in board paddling, surfing, swimming, sprinting, wading and fun activities and games, dependent on their ages and abilities. At Bilgola the emphasis is on having fun whilst developing skills. They can compete in Northern Beaches inter-club competitions, Sydney Branch and state carnivals. Children are taught how to respect and read the surf, and to use it to their advantage. Parent Involvement Parents are actively encouraged to participate in their child’s Age Group activities. Many parents are…
Bilgola Beach is a beautiful spot and is nestled in between Avalon and Newport Beach in the picturesque region of Sydney’s Northern Beaches. The Bilgola Surf Life Saving Club was formed in the summer of 1949 when a small band of locals commenced patrols on Bilgola Beach. At the end of the 2008/2009 season the Bilgola Club celebrated 60 years of service to the local community. Bilgola Surf Life Saving Club, which is located at the south end of Bilgola Beach, offers a real sense of community spirit. It is a great way to meet new people, support the community, keep fit or just have fun.
Bilgola Beach the perfect beach for every type of surfing sport Surf Life Saving is recognised as the most effective surf rescue service in the world. Surf Sports play a key role in improving lifesaving skills, fitness and motivation.
Just a reminder this Sunday is Twilight nippers with BBQ dinner on offer! Late change but thanks for understanding! New Nippers 2015 calendar – download your copy of the Nipper Calendar Update
BRANCH CARNIVAL – PALM BEACH – 14th & 15TH and 21ST & 22ND February 2015 Surf Life Saving Northern Beaches Branch Championships were held at Palm Beach over two weekends. Saturday 14th Opens Carnival: U15 Aneka Morley competed in the flags and sprints. Aneka came 5th in flags and 6th in sprint, well done Aneka. Sunday 22nd Junior Carnival: The following nippers competed: U13 Tiana Couzens - 2nd place – Silver medal in flags, 8th in sprint U13 Lexi Harrison U11 Zoe Couzens - 3rd place – Bronze medal in flags, unfortunately dq’d in sprint U11 Halina Morley - 2nd place – Silver medal in flags, semi in sprint…
5 surf boat crews from Bilgola SLSC represented the club at the recent ASRL Open at Shellharbour. This is a major event on the competition calendar with over 300 crews entered from every state and territory in Australia (yes, even the ACT). All of our crews performed magnificently over the 3 day event in very testing conditions – after the ‘Bilgola Old’ masters crew were the first to race, being the only crew to tame the surf and complete the race course within the time limit, the entire event was moved to Warilla. Our 3 open age crews (open men, open women and reserve grade) all produced some outstanding racing over the weekend and showed…