Club Information

North Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club is one of the best kept secrets on Sydney’s Northern beaches. Currently we have around 160,000 visitors during the summer months and perform 100+ rescues and 200+ First Aid cases. We have in excess of 1,600 members, including 180 active patrolling members and over 600 Nippers.

We offer quality training to assist new members to become lifesavers and to continue with further qualifications for our existing members. Nothing prides us more than to see someone become a fully accredited lifesaver when they initially thought they couldn’t.

North Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club has something for everyone regardless of your age, gender or swimming strength. There is a role for everyone – we need all sorts of skills to run a Surf Life Saving Club, not just lifesavers!

Our Nippers program is credited with being fun, educational and teaches our under 6 to under 14 year olds confidence on the beach and in the surf. Many of the Nippers go on to become fully qualified Life Savers.

Our Club is also very competitive at Surf Life Saving Carnivals accross all disaplines including Board and Ski, Surf boats and beach events. We offer significant training programs under the guidance of qualified and experienced coaches are available to members who are interested in competition.

We also have great recreational and social activities and events – we invite you to become a member!

Categories that make up the North Curl Curl Surf Life Saving Club club structure are; Active, Active Reserve, Long Serving, Junior, Cadet, Life, Associate and Social Members. Patrols, Competition, Social, and Junior Activities comprise the make up of the members of the club.


The Objects of the Club are to;

  • Study and practice the methods of Life Saving;
  • Minimise the loss of life from drowning by providing efficient life saving apparatus;
  • Promote, demonstrate and arrange instruction in the principles that underlie the skills of surf lifesaving and to generally further the best interests of Life Saving;
  • Assist the Council’s Professional Lifeguard in his/her duty and by, via the Club’s beach patrols, render all appropriate assistance to those in distress;
  • Encourage and promote the physical and social welfare of it’s members;
  • Promote a professional and friendly image and act in a courteous and professional manner at all times;
  • Develop and educate Junior Activities Members in the skills of surf lifesaving and to promote their progression and integration to the senior ranks of the Club;
  • Support the Board in its actions in promoting the Club and surf lifesaving.