Why join Omanu Beach SLSC?
Join the Zespri 2017 Bay of Plenty Club of the Year
Omanu Beach is a pristine strip of white sand attracting thousands of beach users. As our core purpose is lifeguarding, we offer a number of opportunities to upskill and educate our volunteer lifeguards. The first aid and emergency care qualifications gained at our club provide valuable life experience. Our lifeguards range in age from 14 to 80+. All ages work together in teams bringing many years of experience to keep our beach safe.
Omanu Beach SLSC pride ourselves on being a family Club. We have the largest Junior Surf membership in New Zealand. Our Junior Surf programme provides children aged 5-13 years with lifelong skills to swim safely at the beach as well as developing future lifeguards. Once parents witness the dedication of Omanu Beach, many are motivated to become lifeguards. Generations know the heart of Omanu Beach SLSC.
Surf Sport competition adds another element of interest and challenge for our members and we are regularly the New Zealand Under 14 and the Master’s Champions -proof of family commitment.
Previously a member of a different Surf Lifesaving club?
Click here to log into the SLSNZ portal, and request a transfer. Then follow the instructions below to register to Omanu Beach SLSC for the 2018/19 season.
Brand new to Surf Lifesaving?
Register to Omanu Beach SLSC for the 2018/19 season.
Registrations are now open!
There are 2 ways to register:
- Download the Registration form and email it to us … Omanu Rego Form 2018:19
- Attending the Registration Day on Sunday 14th October 2018 10am to 1 pm.
First day of Junior Surf (Opening Day) is Sunday 28th October 2018 at 10am. Registrations will be taken on that day but the aim is to have the kids on the beach being active and not queuing to register so if possible please pre-register.
Preferred payment of fees is via online banking but eftpos and cash facilities will be available on the day.
Online banking details: TSB Bank 15 3973 0029065 00 using your intials and surname as reference.