3 members in NSW Team

Congratulations to Hannah Minogue (Open Female), Jamie Brinkworth (U19 Female) & Abbey Dawson (U15 Female) on gaining selection in the NSW Surf LIfe Saving Team to contest the Inter-State Championships in January at Newport.

Both Hannah & Jamie performed strongly at the recent Inter-Branch Championships representing Illawarra & Abbey has gained selection as a pool rescue competitor after some strong performances at the NSW & Australian Pool Rescue Championships from last season.

Go girl power!  


Bronze Medallion & SRC course starting this Sunday

There is a Bronze Medallion & Surf Rescue Certificate course starting this Sunday 2 December at 1pm in the surf club rooms.

All candidates must perform the 200m prerequisite swim prior to undertaking any part of the Surf Rescue Certificate program – 5 minutes or less. You must be 13 years of age on the date of the final assessment. 

All candidates must perform the 400m prerequisite swim prior to undertaking any part of the Bronze Medallion program – 9 minutes or less. You must be 15 years of age on the date of the final assessment 

If any junior parent, member or intending member is interested please make contact with our Club President Keith Caldwell prior to this Friday so relevant information can be passed onto the course participants.  



17 athletes selected for Illawarra Branch Team

Congratulations to the below members that have gained selection in the 2012 Surf Life Saving Illawarra representative team to contest the NSW Inter-Branch Surf Life Saving Championships at Blackhead Beach (Forster) on the 8/9 December 2012.

Ashley Dribbus (U12), Max Stapley, Mali Taylor & Bryar Lunney (U14), Kiah Taylor & Tom Montgomery (U15), Cheyenne Miller, Emma Brown & Dale Dawson (U17), Jamie Brinkworth, Brittany Greene, Lachlan O'Grady & Beau Wheeler (U19), Hannah Minogue, Rachael Teys, Mitchell Fagerstrom & Sean White (Open). Jake Hogarth is the Senior Surf/Craft Coach of the team.   


Club Proficiency - this Sunday

Reminder that this Sunday at 1pm there will be a club proficiency happening.

All patrolling & active surf sports members are required to partake in an annual proficiency each year to update their skills involved in lifesaving activities.

Please be there by 12.30pm to have your name recorded. 


World Champions at Rescue 2012

Bulli sent a team of 5 boat crews & 3 surf/craft competitors down to South Australia last weekend for the 2012 World Life Saving Championships (known as Rescue 2012).

Some great results were achieved with Beau Wheeler racing exceptionally well coming away as World Champion in the U19 Male Surf, he also placed a close 4th in the U19 board & made the final of the U19 ocean-man.

Our boat section also obtained some great results with the U19 Male & Veterans 220 yrs both being crowned World Champions, the U19's being Shane Geloven (sweep), Iszak Lunney, Albert Smeaton, Toby Allnutt & Kyle Mercer & 220yrs Shane Geloven (sweep), Rod Mercer, Chris Mercer, Barry Lowe & Peter McLaren. The Open Male crew of Paul Jones (sweep), Dean Roberts, Ben Lowe, Dan Porra & Heath Mercer looked the goods all day only to just be pipped on the line by Bateman’s Bay in the final & had to settle for 2nd.


Hannah Minogue raced strongly against some quality girls to place a close 3rd in the Open Female Ski with Naomi Flood (London Olympian) winning from this year’s Coolangatta Gold winner Brodie Moir. Hannah also placed 5th in the Open Female Board & Ocean-woman.


Ian Timbrell placed second in the 44-49yrs 19km Long Distance Ski Race from Glenelg to Christies Beach.

Well done to everybody that attended.