St Clair Surf Life Saving Club

Established in 1911, St Clair Surf Life Saving Club were one of the very first surf life saving clubs to patrol in New Zealand.

The club has been providing a continuous volunteer service focused on saving lives and preventing injury for St Clair beach users and the wider Dunedin Community for over 100 years.

Latest News:

2014/2015 Club Opening Day

The official club opening day for the new season will be held on Saturday 1 November from 11am.
View the event page for more information.

Funding and Improvements Committee

Interested in playing a role with the club! a new committee is under consideration.

Club training sessions

Training for the new season have commenced. View more information on club training.

Andy McMillan named Black Fins Captain

St Clair's Andy McMillan was recently named as the captain of the New Zealand Black Fins to contest Worlds in France.
View more information.

Lifeguard Award Training

St Clair has now commenced lifeguard award training ahead of the new season. For more details please email stclairslsc@xtra.co.nz.

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