Online enrolments for the 2014/15 Nippers program have now commenced.
Over 10,000 young Victorians are actively involved in Nippers programs across the State. Over 400 children participate in the Woolamai Beach Surf Life Saving Club Nippers program. In a fun environment, children meet new friends and learn water safety and survival skills.
The Nippers program provides a point of entry into the surf life saving movement whilst promoting a healthy and active lifestyle.
The Annual General Meeting of Woolamai Surf Life Saving Club Inc will be held on Sunday 27 July 2014 at 11am at the Clubhouse, Woolamai Beach Rd, Woolamai Beach to consider the items set out on the agenda below.
Pursuant to the Club's constitution only members present at the meeting (other than social and junior members) are entitled to vote.
Membership fees for the upcoming 2014-15 season are now due and need to be paid by 1 July 2014 in order to avoid any potential price increase.
Please read the following information carefully to renew your membership and make payment online via credit card.
Before paying your Annual Membership Fee(s), you must confirm or update your membership and contact details via Surf Life Saving Australia's online Membership Database at http://www.lifesavingonline.com.au. Once you have 'renewed' your membership details via Lifesaving Online, please return to this site to process your membership payment. (If you are using Lifesaving Online for the first time, please follow the instructions provided to create a new account).
As 2014 gets underway, Woolamai Beach Surf Life Saving Club has launched a new fund raising appeal to secure the funds necessary to fund the construction, fitout and maintenance of a lifesaving facility at Smith’s Beach.
This facility is required in support of plans to permanently patrol at Smiths Beach - the most popular surf beach on Phillip Island. The Club’s initial target is to raise $250, 000,