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.
Well done to our team who finished second overall at the 2016 IRB Nationals in Papamoa.View the results here.
End of Patrol Season
Volunteer patrol duties have now finished for the 2015/2016 season. St Clair completed fourteen rescues over the season, with another six first aid assists and several hundred preventative actions.
The current conditions at St Clair Beach are unpredictable, our club committee will be providing updates via our Facebook page as conditions change.