Established in 1953, Soldiers Beach Surf Life Saving Club is located on the beautiful Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. Over 150,000 members of the public, including beach goers, swimmers, board riders and fishermen visit our beach every summer season, especially during the busy public holiday periods.
Soldiers Beach is patrolled by club volunteer lifesavers on weekends and public holidays from the end of September through to April, with Council Lifeguards patrolling during the weekdays.
Active members of Soldiers Beach SLSC also enjoy a variety of surf sports throughout the season and we hold a proud history of success in high level competition. The Nipper and Rookie membership at Soldiers is growing every year, with our fun approach to teaching the kids surf awareness and skills, proving to be the key to success for individuals and in competition.
The view southwards from Soldiers point (top carpark) is extensive, from The Entrance to First Point (south of Avoca Beach) and on to Barrenjoey Head at the tip of the Sydney beaches.
The views north look down onto Pebbley Beach and towards the Norah Head Lighthouse. Built in 1903 it is considered one of the major coastal lights in NSW with the beam being seen 28km out to sea.
The viewing area around the lighthouse offers an excellent perspective over the coastline, lakes and westwards to the mountains.