Clovelly Surf club has been proudly patrolling Clovelly Beach and Gordon’s Bay for over 100 years. In that time volunteer lifesavers have undertaken 1000’s of rescues and saved many lives.
The 150 active members of the club uphold that tradition each weekend and public holidays between September and Anzac Day. Our active members make a substantial contribution of their time both on patrol and maintaining and developing their fitness and lifesaving skills. The club invests substantial resources in the latest and most modern lifesaving equipment including inflatable boats, rescue boards, radios, oxygen units, defibrillators and first aid supplies.
The lifesaving business of the club is administered by a lifesaving committee to ensure an effective patrol system operates on Clovelly Beach and that the club maintains an efficient and effective lifesaving capacity.
The lifesaving committee consists of:
- Vice Captain(s)
- Junior Captain
- Radio Officer
- First Aid Officer
- IRB Captain
- Patrol Captains
Please feel free to contact the Club Captain if you need any more information.