Welcome to Swanny Surf Club
Swanbourne-Nedlands Surf Life Saving Club was formed in 1932 making it the 7th oldest surf club on the West Australian coast.
With around 350 members we emphasise contributing to the community, keeping fit and having fun!
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Who is Swanny
- To prevent drownings and water related incidents for all beach users by providing lifesaving services and public education.
- To encourage and develop fitness and competition for our members by providing coaching and sporting events to compete in.
- To carry out the work of surf lifesaving, resuscitation of the apparently drowned and the rendering of first aid at the Ocean Beach, Swanbourne in particular and elsewhere.
- To arrange demonstrations and classes of instruction in order to promote the principles and practices of surf lifesaving.
- To negotiate with civic and government authorities in order to ensure that adequate facilities are available for Club members and the bathing public.
- To encourage the physical and social welfare of members.
- To raise such monies as may be necessary to ensure the provision and maintenance of adequateproperty and equipment to carry out the objects of the Club.
- To cooperate with surfing clubs, swimming clubs, triathlon clubs and other sporting and community organisations.
- To particularly foster the youth of the City of Nedlands and adjacent areas and to encourage them to appreciate surf lifesaving principles and be participants in Club activities.
RED & WHITE
President John Garnett Deputy Luke Bishop Club Captain Bernadette Williams Finance & Administration Ben Juengling Education Graham Sharpe Marketing Sam Fitzpatrick Social Erinn Litchfield Lifesaving Emma Dunning Junior Development Kristie Orchard