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Always swim between the flags

The Club, at Eastern beach, boasts a modern building constructed in 2000. It has splendid views of the patrolled beach and coastline, and contains state-of-the-art surf life saving equipment.

Club activities currently include regular beach patrols over the summer season, a "Nipper" programme which involves teaching of surf life saving awareness and safety to children, a Training Squad for competitors,  training for surf life saving awards, and participation in Victoria's surf life saving carnivals. The Club also runs Nipper carnivals in January, and the 1.2 km. Moyneyana ocean swim on the first Sunday after New Year's Day. As part of the New Year's Day celebration program the Club conducts the Moyne Duck Derby on the Moyne River.

For further information on what the Club is currently up to check out our Facebook page.

Download our Club flyer.

Port Fairy Surf Life Saving Club
4 Hughes Avenue, Port Fairy
P O Box 134, Port Fairy, Victoria 3284
Club office Phone: (03) 5568 2246
Club Administrator:  0400 801 317 


Port Fairy Surf Life Saving Club Fundraiser

We are close to achieving our club's goal of creating a surf life saving education and training centre in Port Fairy. As the only surf club in the Moyne Shire, we want to give our residents and visitors life saving training courses that will not only keep our club strong, but will empower our youth with life-changing knowledge and skills.
We now need $100,000 to fully fund this $520K project.

Port Fairy Surf Life saving Club  has been training volunteers and patrolling our beaches for over 60 years. Club membership continues to grow every year with our 'nipper' program attracting 260 youngsters this year. We have a training squad of local teenagers.

We are reaching out to the wider community to help us realise this community building project.  Also check out our Facebook page to see what our club does for our community.

Your contribution is highly appreciated.   Port Fairy Surf Life Saving Training Centre on mycause.

Port Fairy SLSC on facebook