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Port Kembla Surf Life Saving Club

The Port Kembla Surf Life Saving Club was established in 1910 by a group of dedicated and community-minded individuals.  The Club was established by bathers within the local area dating back to the early 1900s, with the first dressing sheds erected in 1912.  The bathers established the Club to ensure safe public amenity for those within the community accessing Port Kembla beach through the provision of surf life saving services. 

Our Club proudly continues this tradition and offers nearly 110 years of experience of life-saving along the beautiful shores of Port Kembla Beach.

 

The passion and dedication of our members is the cornerstone of our continued success and patrol Port Kembla beach from September to April each year.  Our Club also has a rich history of competition in all types of surf sports, with our members continuing this tradition today.

 

Port Kembla Beach is a safe swimming beach and is very popular with families, swimmers and board riders of all ages.

 

​The Surf Club is perched on the high foredune, overlooking the northern end of Port Kembla beach and is the longest in the Wollongong area at 6.6 kilometres.