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A friendly reminder for members who need to renew membership: 

- You must fill out the member form (either paper or online) and return it

- You then pay your fees

A paper / pfd of the membership form is attatched if you cannot use lifesaving online -

Post the paper form to PO Box 255 Mortdale NSW 2223

Please give us some info!!

The Surf Club Open Day is the perfect opportunity for you to visit your local Surf Life Saving club and see how you can give, get involved and be safe with Surf Life Saving. 

Members are asked to come along at noon saturday for some odd jobs and also help for the gear inspection. Function that night - BYO

The following people won prizes and awards at the recent presentation day:

Get these dates into your diary now - and book accommodation if you need to!!

The Clubs Annual General Meeting was held last Saturday 7th July, with a crowd of over 40 turning up to be part of the spectacular. The election of officers was held and the following people were elected to office of the Club: 

Click on the link to view.....

If you are interested in attending, email the club 

Help out or even just buy some tickets!!

Look all tricked up in our existing merchandise and introducing new hoodies for $60!!

Your higher skills make us a better emergency service!

At the Surf Life Savaing Sydney Branch awards of excellence on Saturday night, the quality of our patrols were recognised again. 

Have a look at all the winners via the link.

Let our Team Manager John Boes know if your interested...

We need you help for a day or two please

The Lifesaving Officer is responsible for assisting in the coordination and provision of lifesaving programs and resources in support of surf lifesaving objectives. This role will also provide assistance on gear and equipment provisions and administer various Lifesaving Grants. The Lifesaving Officer role also relates to reinforcing SLSNSW standing as the ‘Peak Body’ (authority) for surf lifesaving.


You would have read about the Australian Championships at Kurrawa Beach over the weekend, and the tragedy of a Maroochydore competitor Matthew Barclay in the U15 Board race. From all the members of Burning Palms SLSC we pass on our condolences to his family, friends and the members of Maroochydore Surf Life Saving Club.

Our competitors flew the Brown and Green over the weekend but to no avail, with no medals won.


Last weekend saw the New South Wales Surf Life Saving Championships at Kingscliff, which seemed to be very successful.

The beach had serious erosion, so it was very difficult to be located in front of the Cudgen Surf Club and see the Boats at Fingal the water area 2.5k north of the clubhouse with the beach events at the southern end of the beach.

This made it difficult for competitors, officials and spectators but all events were run under a medium sea and fine weather.

Justin ahrdman and Mick Bretherton are running an ARTC course on Saturday the
14th of April.

The course expands on the foundations that were learnt in the Bronze
Medallion and contains important emergency care procedures that are
part and parcel of being a surf lifesaver.

It will run for 1 day only.We will be indoors all day, No outdoor or
water activities are required in this course.


That major event of the year is on again.

Just because we do not have a Club Captain or Vice Club Captain (if you thought the event was not going to happen then you were wrong) - it will be bigger and better, with more events and more fun so make sure you attend points for attendance on the day go towards the winning the club patrol competition.

Events will be as follows not necessarily in this order:

1)      Surf Race all ages.

2)      Board Race all ages