Burning Palms Surf Life Saving Club is devoted to the safeguarding of Life on Burning Palms Beach in the Royal National Park, South of Sydney. It is a voluntary service affiliated with Surf Life Saving Australia. Surf Lifesaving is a voluntary organisation, established in 1907 aiming to provide safe swimming conditions around the coast of Australia. It is an organization available to families, students and individuals.
Burning Palms is located within the Royal National Park, south of Sydney, and is accessible by walking track (2.5km) from Garawarra car park (near the turn off to Garie Beach).
Some Burning Palms facts...
Burning Palms SLSC was formed in 1939 and has continued to patrol the beach every Sunday and Public Holiday from October until April of each year. Saturday Patrols are maintained during December and January.
Burning Palms is well known for its great surfing beach.
Burning Palms competes in a range of areas of Surf Lifesaving Competition including beach, craft and water events at Branch, State and National carnivals.
Burning Palms can offer you as a member:
Fun with people your own age.
Personal development & leadership opportunities.
Competition at Club, Branch, State & National Surf Lifesaving carnivals.
Full use of the club's facilities, amenities and equipment.
Limited entry pass into the Royal National Park (for patrol obligations).
We welcome you to join our club and assist us in voluntarily saving life in the Royal National Park...