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:

Club Working Bee

St Clair is holding a working bee to prepare for the new season.
View the event page for more information.

Lifeguard Award Training

St Clair has now commenced lifeguard award training ahead of the new season. For more details please email

World Life Saving Fundraising

The St Clair club members attending Worlds in France this year are fundraising to assist with their costs. View the news page for more details.

St Clair finishes third at IRB Nationals

The St Clair team has finished third overall and top South Island Club at the 2014 SLSNZ IRB Nationals. View the news page for more details.

Trembath named in Worlds Team

St Clair club member Andrew Trembath has been named in the SLSNZ Youth Team to contest Worlds later this year in France. View the SLSNZ website for more details.

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