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The Central Coast of new South Wales
FAST FIND
Central Coast Patrolled Beaches.

A List of our surf guardians - their website and/or email and phone contact.

Safety rating of the surf of our beaches.
1 = Safest - 10 = Least Safe
and surf camera listings

SURF COACHING; SURF REPORTS;
SURF LIFE SAVING NSW; BEACHWATCH
5 DAY SURF FORECASTS - BOARDIES DAY
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whats on logo button image DISABLED SURFERS ASSOCIATION:
Upcoming Events:

Central Coast Volunteers Training Days:

* Saturday 8th March 2014 at Toowoon Bay, Central Coast (9am – 1pm)

History – Water Under the Bridge.
The Disabled Surfers Association was established in 1986 by Gary Blaschke after a motorcycle accident which he lost his knee cap and under went extensive rehabilitation.

Gary saw a void that needed to be filled as over the years, many surfers with disabilities have unfortunately, been loners with no one to help them get back into the water.

Many suffer from disabilities that the general public would not consider a disability.

From asthmatics to joint injuries to paraplegic, many members have found friendship, support and have renewed their interest in surfing.

Gary’s vision quickly extended to all classes of disabilities, as it is today. A total voluntary organisation, which sets world’s best practice for Disabled Surfers.

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If you are visiting the Central Coast please adhere to the safety signs for our local beaches and the lifeguards.

In the first 2 days of 2012 there were 200 savings by lifeguards on patrolled beaches.

Below are safety ratings and local Surf Life Saving Clubs contacts.
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Surf Life Saving Australia Logowhats on logo button imageThe Central Coast Beaches:
Probably the biggest attraction for visitors to the Central Coast of NSW are our pristine beaches. Folks have been flocking here from near and far for many years to enjoy the carefree relaxation that can only be had by a day at the beach.
Surfing, swimming, sailboard, it doesn't matter. We have a beach on the coast to suit your likes and desires.

Our major beaches are patrolled beaches. Volunteer lifesavers and professional lifeguards patrol them.

Professional lifeguards, employed by Councils, are paid to work 5-7 days each week on the majority of The Coast's most popular beaches. They are recognised as wearing long sleeved white shirts with blue collars and cuffs and the word "LIFEGUARD" in red letters. In some instances they wear the red and yellow uniform which is much the same as the volunteer lifesavers.

The volunteer lifesavers are on duty for lifesaving patrol on most weekends and public holidays during our swimming season.
Volunteer lifesavers are members of Surf Life Saving NSW. In some areas, Councils engage Surf Life Saving Services, affiliated with Surf Life Saving NSW, to provide contracted lifeguard services to patrol beaches during the week.

Our beaches would not be the safe places we have come to appreciate if it wasn't for the thousands of volunteer surf lifesavers who patrol them every summer.

Some content courtesy of Surf Life Saving Australia:
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BEACH,
SURF LIFES SAVING CLUB
and
SAFETY RATING *
EMAIL or WEBSITE
PHONE
FAX
COASTAL WATCH
SURF CAM
* Safety Rating
1 = Safest - 10 = Least Safe
Avoca Beach
Safety Rating = 6
Fax - 02 4382 3516
Caves Beach
Safety Rating =
02 4971 0641
No
Copacabana
Safety Rating = 6
02 4382 1133
No
Killcare
Safety Rating = 3 (Putty end)
5 (Killcare end)
02 4360 1150
No
McMasters Beach
Safety Rating = 5
02 4381 1234
No
North Avoca
Safety Rating = 7
02 4384 3607
No
North Entrance
Safety Rating = 7 (north)
6 (south)
02 4334 3755
No
Ocean Beach
Safety Rating = 3 to 4
02 4434 2800
No
Shelly Beach
Safety Rating = 6
02 4332 1623
No
Soldiers Beach
Safety Rating = 7
02 4396 4376
No
Terrigal
Safety Rating = 6
02 4385 6933
The Entrance
Safety Rating = 5
0411 130 371
No
The Lakes
Safety Rating = 7 (north)
6 (south)
02 4396 4047
No
Toowoon Bay
Safety Rating = 5 (north)
3 (south)
02 4332 2411
No
Umina Beach
Safety Rating = 5 to 4
02 4342 6123
No
Wamberal
Safety Rating = 7 to 6
02 4385 2322
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For surf life saving club updates, results and the latest surf club news go to SURF LIFE SAVING NSW
TERRY McDERMOTT
SURF COACHING

Covering the Wyong Shire Contact

SANDRA ENGLISH VIA EMAIL
CENTRAL COAST SURF SCHOOL
Covering the Peninsula and Gosford Shire

CONTACT VIA EMAIL
RAISE THE FLAG - Boardies Day
Surf Life Saving
FUNDRAISER WEBSITE
For a five day surf forecast go to
COASTAL WATCH

For daily surf reports go to
COASTAL WATCH


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