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Moruya Surf Life Saving Club

Located on the south side of Moruya Heads, our beautiful beach sweeps to the south for 2.5km to a sand spit at Pedro Point. Established in 1932, the Moruya Surf Life Saving Club has a long and proud history. The Club is located at Moruya South Head Beach on Charles Moffit Drive, Moruya Heads and our patrol season commences in November running through to late April around Anzac Day.

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About our Club

Whilst being affiliated with Surf Life Saving Australia and Surf Life Saving New South Wales, we are also an active member of Surf Life Saving Far South Coast Branch.  Having been established since 1932, the Moruya Surf Life Saving Club has a long and proud history.

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An iconic sight on Australian beaches for more than a century, volunteer surf lifesavers are recognised worldwide and provide a unique community service. Surf lifesavers are easily recognised by the famous red and yellow cap, and their bright red and yellow uniforms.

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Moruya Nippers

Nippers is about learning new skills, gaining confidence and having fun in a safe beach environment.  Nippers gain confidence by passing the 'tests' of swimming, board paddling, beach sprinting, dolphin-diving, spotting a rip and having fun with new friends.

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When you see red and yellow flags on a beach, it indicates that there is currently a lifesaving service operating on that beach. The lifeguards have chosen a section of the beach that is best for swimming and they will closely supervise this area. Lifeguards pay more attention to the area between the red and yellow flags than any other part of the beach.
PLEASE always swim between the flags

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Last weekends AGM was a significant event in many ways as it marked the end of an era for the Club. Our President of eight years, Dave Pheeney did not nominate for a ninth term due to ill health but has vowed he will still be involved in some capacity. We are most fortunate to have had someone of Dave’s skill, energy and dedication throughout the years. Thanks must also go to Lesley who has been there all the way with Dave. As testament to his dedication he recently received the Eurobodalla Volunteer of the Year Award at the Apex Business Awards, where a capacity crowd gave a standing ovation in recognition.

Welcome to the new team for 2009 / 10 headed by our new President – Richard Hermens. Richard will be heading to Sydney in the near future to attend a four day leadership conference and I’m sure he will return full of enthusiasm and ideas for the new season. We also welcome David Saines to the position of Junior Vice President (King Nipper) this year and we wish him every success.

Management Team :

President : Richard Hermens
Senior Vice Pres : Mike Hallahan
Junior Vice Pres : David Saines
Secretary : Lesely Pheeney
Treasurer : Nerida Johnston
Club Captain : Norm Lenehan
Chief Training Officer : Marco Cardinale
Registrar and Membership Nina Holland & Denise Thomas
IRB Captain : Peter Campbell
Boat Captain : Gavin Hunt

With the new season bearing down on us quickly there are a couple of dates to mark in the diary. An intensive IRB training weekend will be held at Merimbula on 12/13 September. If you are interested contact Marco on 44 742 674.

Also the Branch AGM is coming up at Narooma SLSC on Sunday 20 th September. The day will kick off at 11.30am with the Surfsports meeting to work out the carnival program for the forthcoming season. At 12.30pm there will be a light lunch followed at 1pm by the Lifesaving meeting then the AGM at 2.30pm

Following this the next Branch meeting will be held on Thursday 29 th October.

A little bit about Moruya Surf Life Saving Club

Moruya Surf Life Saving Club has provided a safe swimming environment on Moruya beaches since 1932. Whilst active in all areas of competition, we are also strong supporters of our local community. The club patrols Moruya Beach from October-April each year.

Contact Us

(02) 4474 2674

Coronation Drive, MORUYA


Moruya Surf Life Saving Club, PO Box 15