Elouera Surf Life Saving Club

Elouera Surf Life Saving Club started as a Police Citizens Boys Surf Life Saving Club, from a humble tent on the beach in 1966 and has since grown and made its mission to be an inclusive, friendly, and family-oriented club, that recognises the value of not just physical, but mental health and thrives off its respectful culture.

Our goal is to provide a safe environment for the community by saving lives, creating great Australians, and working to educate the community.

Our patrolling season is from September through to April, with volunteer patrols operating every weekend and all public holidays.

Each year during the January school Holidays, Elouera SLSC is home to the Surf Awareness Clinic for Children, which is a five-day event and is open to all children 7-12 years of age.
During the summer, Elouera also runs its Nippers Program, which introduces children aged 5 to 13 to surf lifesaving. It is a fun outdoor activity that grows a child’s confidence, teaches valuable life skills and knowledge.

Elouera SLSC is located in the Bate Bay, between Wanda and North Cronulla.  Joining the club offers a great way to stay fit, have fun, meet new people, and support the local community.

In addition to this, the Elouera SLSC also has its functions room - The Washington Lounge, which is available for the general public to hire year-round. The venue offers a spectacular 180-degree uninterrupted view of the Pacific Ocean via floor-to-ceiling windows, and you may even be distracted by our regular sea life, such as our playful dolphins or our beautiful whales surfacing on their travels north or south.