Welcome to Soldiers Beach
Surf Life Saving Club
This website provides club members, sponsors, family, friends, visitors and the community in general, relevant information on surf life saving, the club and beautiful Soldiers Beach, located south of the Norah Head lighthouse on the Central Coast of NSW.
Club membership, sponsorship, life saving patrol information, youth development, SLS carnivals and annual fundraising event information is provided. The latest news & updates can also be accessed via club social media channels.
Don’t use Facebook? Stay up-to-date with all the latest Soldiers Beach Surf Life Saving Club Facebook feeds on our website.
Anthony’s Kitchen & The Sunset Bar @ Soldiers
Open Every FRIDAY from 4pm & SUNDAY from 12noon
We look forward to seeing you at the club to experience the Spirit of Soldiers.
2016-17 Patrol Season Ends – ANZAC Day
As we now enter into the Autumn months, we hope to see you down at Soldiers where the water is still warm and the days can still be hot!
Life Saving Patrols will be bringing down the flags at the end of this summer season on Anzac Day, Tuesday 25th April. Lest we Forget!
So until then please stay safe and remember to Swim between the Flags!
Become a Club Member Today!
As the 2016-17 Summer Surf Life Saving Season enters into the final few months of summer, for new members, including Nippers, wanting to join SBSLSC for the 2017-18 season, please stay tuned to this website and club social media channels over the winter break for updated membership information.
Further Club Membership information can be found here. For all financial and club life members, you can register for access to the club’s online member portal for further information and club resources including administration/committee meeting reports, life saving patrol rosters, SOP’s, educational course content, club guidelines and more.
Thanks to Our Sponsors
Alongside club members and volunteer surf life saving patrols are our generous club sponsors. Without their support, the club could not be able to maintain and replace the critical surf life saving equipment needed each year to help us save lives and reduce drownings. This local Community & Business support is greatly appreciated by the Club and all its members.