Nippers Presentation - Sunday 23 March 

Nippers Presentation Sunday 23 March

Sunday 23rd March - Nippers Presentation Day commencing at 9.30am at Bulli SLSC. BBQ and fun activities including jumping castle, lolly bags & drinks plus presentation of awards for the season. All families and kids invited.

With the inclement weather around if by chance there is a change of venue, a likely venue change will be Bulli Workers Club Princes Highway Bulli. If this does happen a surf guard message will be forwarded out to families 8.30am Sunday morning to advise.

For any further information please contact or Brent McKellar (Junior Chairperson) or Scott Gordon (Junior Club Captain).


Results NSW Championships 

Well done to all of our surf sport athletes that competed at the recent SURF LIFE SAVING NSW CHAMPIONSHIPS@ Umina/Ocean Beach in Age/Open/Masters events over 3 weekends.

Some great results were achieved with many athletes making semi finals & finals, especially our nipper kids. Too many results to highlight in this news story, so we will go straight to our medal winners;


1st Open Men’s Boat: Paul Jones – Dean Roberts – Heath Mercer – Ben Lowe – Daniel Porra

2nd Boat Relay:  A Men’s Crew (Paul Jones- Dean Roberts – Heath Mercer – Ben Lowe – Daniel Porra)

U23 Women’s Crew (Barry Lowe – Allana Roscoe – Kelsey Clements – Jordan Thurling – Bonnie Francom)

U19 Men’s Crew (Shane Geloven – Albert Smeaton – Toby Allnutt – Kyle Mercer – Iszak Lunney)

2nd Open Iron-woman: Hannah Minogue

2nd Open Female Single Ski: Hannah Minogue

3rd U19 Male Double Ski: Lachlan O’Grady – Joshua Bond

3rd U19 Male Rescue Tube Rescue: Daniel St George – Lachlan O’Grady – Joshua Bond – Calvin Richards



1st 40-44yrs Iron-woman: Penny Locke

1st 40-44yrs Female Single Ski: Penny Locke

1st 40-44yrs Male Single Ski: Michael Locke

1st 110yrs Male Ski Relay: Michael Locke – Sebastian James – Glenn Sweeny

2nd 35-39yrs Male Double Ski: Sebastian James – Glenn Sweeny

2nd 30-34yrs Tube Rescue: Greg Miller

3rd 30-34yrs Iron-man: Drew Cairncross


Our athletes are in debt to our many officials who worked so hard over the 3 weekends, members that completed water safety duty at the age championships, plus our power craft personnel over the age & open championships. Not forgetting our trailer drivers, tent setup members and team managers & area managers. Well done to all it is greatly appreciated.  


State Championships this weekend

Good luck to all of our surf sports athletes this weekend at the 2014 NSW Open Surf Life Saving Championships at Umina/Ocean Beach.

Hope the weather & surf is kind to everybody.

Looking forward to some great results from our Boat Section with the Men's A & U19 Men's crews leading the way, both are flying at the moment and come into the championships in great form. Good performances are also expected from our U23 Men plus Open & U23 Women's crews. Unfortunately our 220yrs Masters Men's crew had to withdraw due to an injury.  

Look out for Hannah Minogue leading the charge for the surf/craft competitors over the 3 days with strong medal chances expected in all disciplines for her. Beau Wheeler & Mitchell Fagerstrom will lead the way in the Open guys with a strong band of U19 & U17 guys looking for some strong performances (Lachlan O'Grady, Joshua Bond, Calvin Richards, Tobias Lunney, Brad Nees, Daniel St George). Our U17 girls & U15 girls could be the dark horses over the weekend with a bit of luck. Kiah Taylor, Emma Brown, Abbey Dawson, Mali Taylor, Bryar Lunney & Denver Richards will be flying the flag for the club.

We have two beach athlete's this weekend with Bernadette Cardillo (Open Female) and one of our Masters guys Nathan Cattell having a run in the 2km beach run in readiness for next week's masters events.



Motor Neurone Disease Walk (MND) Sunday 2 March @ Bulli

Walk to d'Feet MNDThe “2nd Annual Motor Neurone Disease Walk in the Illawarra”  is to be staged at Bulli Beach adjacent to the surf club on this Sunday 2 March 2014.

9am Registrations 10am Walk.

It was a great event last year with close to 320 people registered to walk and over $30K raised for such a worthy cause. Our surf club is proud to be associated with this event.

Please join us for our Walk to d'Feet Motor Neurone Disease in the Illawarra. The walk will commence at 10am from Bulli Reserve, Trinity Row behind the Bulli Surf Club.

The walk is approximately 5km and is wheelchair and dogs on lead friendly.

We encourage you to walk and wheel with your family, friends and pooches. Why not get a team together? There will be a sausage sizzle and live music to enjoy at the end of the Walk.

Pre-Registration* (Pre-registration closed at 5pm on Monday 23 February 2014. But you can still register on the day (an additional $10 per adult and $5 per child)).

  • Member with MND Free
  • Adult with T-shirt $30
  • Adult without T-shirt $25
  • Child 5-16yrs with T-shirt $12 (children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult)
  • Child 5-16yrs without T-shirt $8 (children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult)
  • Dog $6

MND NSW have partnered with Everyday Hero to provide you with your own sponsorship page for this event. Create your own Hero page for the Walk then email to all your friends for support.

For more information contact Kym Nielsen ph. 8877 0999 or





NSW Age (Nippers) Championships this weekend at Umina Beach 

Good Luck to everybody that will be attending the New South Wales Surf Life Saving Championships over the next three weekends. The club didn't have anyone competing in the Life Saving Championships last weekend, but we do have nippers, seniors & masters athletes making the journey to Umina/Ocean Beach on the Central Coast over the next three weeks.

Over three thousand of the state’s finest junior surf sports stars are set to descend on Ocean Beach/Umina for the first major weekend of the 2014 NSW Surf Life Saving Championships supported by ClubsNSW.

We have 23 young kids testing themselves this weekend starting today (28 February - 2 March).

Massive thanks to the parents/members that will be doing water safety, IRB duties, officials duties and respective age managers roles, you are very important to the success of this weekend. 

Unfortunately the weather isn't so kind this morning with rain & overcast conditions greeting everybody as they turned up at the beach.

To everybody have fun (including parents), it is not all about winning, yes medals are unreal, but enjoying yourself, competing with your mates and reaching personal goals in individual & team events.