2015-16 Carnivals

    Branch Championships

Branch First Aid @ TBA

Branch Open @ The Lakes 13.02.2016

Branch Juniors @ Toowoon Bay 14.02.2016

Branch Masters @ Avoca 20.02.2016

    State Championships - http://www.surflifesaving.com.au/event/2016-nsw-surf-life-saving-championships

Lifesaving Championships: 27-28 February 2016

First Aid Championships: 5 March 2016

Age Championships: 4-6 March 2016

Masters Championships: 9-10 March 2016

Open Championships: 11-13 March 2016

Australian Youth Surf Life Saving Championships, April 16 – 17

Australian Masters Surf Life Saving Championships, April 18 – 19

Australian Open Surf Life Saving Championship, April 20 – 24

    Under 8’s – 14’s Carnivals

Sunday 1 November 2015 Terrigal

Sunday 22 November 2015 Toowoon

Sunday 17 January 2016 North Entrance

Newcastle Permanent Junior Ironperson Series

Saturday 31 October 2015 – Round 1 Terrigal

Saturday 21 November 2015 – Round 2 Toowoon

Under 12s – Open Carnival

Saturday 17 October 2015 Avoca

Beach Only Carnival – U12 - Masters

Saturday 24 October 2015 Toowoon

Masters Carnivals

Saturday 24 October 2015 Toowoon

Saturday 7th November, Wamberal - Nutty Masters

Saturday 9 January 2016 Killcare

The 2014-15 Copacabana SLSC Member Information Booklet contains all the operational and management information for Nippers, Seniors and Masters.

Junior Training (U8+)
Board and Surf Swim: 4:30-5:30pm every Wednesday & Friday
Beach: 10:15am every Sunday

Senior Training (U15+)
Board and Surf Swim: 4:30-5:30pm every Tuesday & Thursday
Beach: 10:15am every Sunday

Being active is part of the Australian way of life. The Surf Life Saving movement encourages members to be active, to do more and to be more. Our sport forms a significant component of who we are as an organisation. From nipper to elite Ironman and Ironwoman, all our members have the opportunity to participate in local, regional, state, national and international surf sports competitions. Unlike other sports, the purpose of our competitions is to improve lifesaving skills to keep our beaches safe.

There are many disciplines to cater for everyone’s interest. From swimming events to board or ski paddling as well as events that don’t even require you to get your toes wet such as beach sprints and beach flags events. Off the beach, surf lifesavers are also required to refine their swimming skills in the pool and participate in pool rescue competitions.

Honouring the Surf Life Saving tradition is the march past and Rescue and Resuscitation (R&R) events, that have links all the way back to the
start of Surf Life Saving. Refining lifesaving skills is an important part of Surf Life Saving sport and as such competitions such as Inflatable Rescue Boat (IRB) racing and Lifesaving Competition are specifically designed to hone a surf lifesaver’s knowledge and skills that they would use in an everyday patrol situation.

For the latest SLSA Surf Sport rules and conditions visit the SLSA Surf Sports Manual.

see Chapter 4, 2013-14 Member Information Booklet (see 'Downloads') for more details.