Pre Season weekly Thursday swim training: Commencing Thursday’24th August 6am at Launceston Aquatic Centre Pool
Surf training @ Gofton’s will begin Sunday 26th August, 9am ski paddle and 10:30am board paddle. Wear full wetsuit, gloves and booties
Bridport SLSC Open Day: Sat 8th Dec 10am to 1pm, Gofton’s Beach
The 2016 Nipper Championships is on again Sunday 6th March. Sign up 10am for a 10:30 am start.
Bridport 1km and 2.25km ocean swim Saturday 13th February 2016.
Registrations from 1:30pm at Club House
Sponsored by Greg Crick Jeep
Saturday 13th March 2016 Gofton’s Beach Bridport 10:30am, briefing at 10am
Bridport Surf Life Saving Club is on Facebook. Like the page for up to date details of what is happening each weekend.
This week the Bridport SLSC is holding a Expo Week at the Surf Club and you are all welcome to come along…Starting today (4th Jan) 4pm the Club is open for inspection and new members are welcome! See below for dates, times and events happening over the course of the week!
Monday 4th Jan – 4pm – OPENING NIGHT – Intro into Surf Lifesaving and new memberships.
Tuesday 5th Jan – 4pm – Courses: Bronze, Marine Rescue, SRC.
Wednesday 6th Jan – 4pm – First Aid, Defibrillator training.
Thursday 7th Jan – 4pm – OPENING NIGHT – Surf Boat and Boards.
Friday 8th Jan – 4pm – MaST and Flare Safety Demonstration.
Saturday 9th Jan – 10am – Boat and Jet Ski Courses.
Sunday 10th Jan – 11am – Nippers.
Hope to see you at the club this week!
It’s a real Ripper to be a Nipper – Come ‘n’ Try on Sunday !The program will run every Sunday throughout January and February 2016 from 11:00am to 12:30pm. With a additional mid week session starting in February. Children who are interested can come along and try it out first before signing up! See you at the beach on Sunday.
Are you aged between 5 & 13 years of age and interested in some fun in the sun, sand and surf? Well then head to the Bridport SLSC this Sunday 3rd January to find out how you can become a Nipper.
The Junior Activities program is an amazing activity for growing a child’s confidence, knowledge and skills in the beach environment. Not only will your child have fun and meet new friends they will become part of an iconic organisation that has served the Australian community for over 100 years.
The program is focused on play, participation and fun. It offers an educational pathway through the delivery of the Junior Development Resource Kit which is designed to ensure children have fun at the beach while participating in lessons that help them gain valuable surf awareness and beach safety education with the goal to develop them to become a knowledgeable participant in both lifesaving and sport.