|Applicant Organisation||Project Title||Brief Project Description||Region||Approved Amount|
|Bermagui Surf Life Saving Club Inc.||Replacement Of Decking To Meet Building Compliance For Bushfire Areas.||During the Black Summer bushfires in 2019/20 Bermagui SLSC took a lead role in the emergency response to the devastating bushfire crisis in our region. Our Clubhouse acted as the local evacuation staging point with over 5,000 evacuees seeking assistance.
Following the Black Summer bushfires, a safety audit was undertaken to ensure that our Clubhouse meets recommended building standards. To maintain building integrity in the event of future threat of fire and our role as a community hub, the audit recommended that the external decking be replaced with fire retardant materials meeting BAL (Bushfire Attack Level) requirements.
|South East and Tablelands||$105,775|
|Bilgola Surf Life Saving Club Inc||Solar panels & batteries electricity supply||Installation of rooftop solar panels and storage batteries||Metropolitan Sydney||$46,785|
|Bilgola Surf Lifesaving Club||Juniors and Inflatable Rescue Boat (IRB) Storage Upgrade||Upgrade the interior sections of the Juniors, competition, and IRB areas to increase the size and quality of storage facilities to better protect the club's equipment, improve the quality of our Junior Activity and Surf Rescue programs, and the safety of our patrolling IRB members.||Metropolitan Sydney||$65,000|
|Cabarita Beach Surf Life Saving Club||Critical Upgrades To Cabarita Beach Surf Lifesaving Club||- Cabarita Beach Surf Lifesaving Club is in need of critical repairs and upgrades, to meet the current and future demands of our club.
- Our redevelopment project includes upgraded facilities to the training, patrol and recreational areas for members, community and guests which ultimately promotes a healthy lifestyle.
- Stages Three and Four, which include new and upgraded provision of disability access and universally designed amenities, will boost the local economy by creating local jobs and benefit our strong lifesaving volunteer force and the wider community, by meeting the needs and expectations of all members of the community, including women and girls.
|Cooks Hill Surf Life Saving Club||Alterations and Additions to Cooks Hill SLSC Facilities||This project involves the completion of three priority activities:
1. The installation of a mezzanine floor within the new Clubhouse which will house a multipurpose room, office and uniform storage area.
2. Completion and fit out of our patrol room
3. Installation of racking and storage for equipment and surf craft.
Completion of these works is vital to provide adequate safe and functional facilities for our growing Club, increasing beach usage and community needs.
|Freshwater Surf Life Saving Club||Refurbishment The Kitchen And Bar Area The Freshwater Room||The Freshwater Surf Club upgraded the Historical Freshwater Room in 2003. The original clubhouse was listed as historical significance and has served the members of the Surf Club for over 112 years not only for the members but Surf Life Saving in general as this room holds an important significance for the association because as its one of the oldest Surf Clubs in the country. The membership and the community at large use this facility 52 weeks or the year and its time for the adjoining amenities and facilities to be upgraded to reflect the Freshwater Rooms important heritage.||Metropolitan Sydney||$150,000|
|Kiama Surf Life Saving Club||Facility improvements to Kiama Surf Life Saving Club||Our project consists of two projects:
We intend to install air-conditioning into our Auditorium and Kitchen and replace the failing air-conditioning unit in our patrol/radio room. This will enable us to continue the growth of our programs by providing suitable facilities year round.
We also intend to increase Club security via the installation of electronic fob access and external CCTV. Club security is currently very limited and due to recent incidents around the club, as well as increasing Club usage requirements by members and the community, increased security has become a priority.
|Macksville-Scotts Head SLSC||Capital renewal of boatshed and hall improvements||The project will extend the life of the Club's McKay Street, Macksville boatshed, the training base for the Club's surf boat crews, by replacing corroded doors and door frames, guttering and fascias, by blocking rafters and undertaking associated painting. It is also proposed to provide the shed with a new sign. At the Clubhouse in Scotts Head it is proposed to undertake improvements being the provision of fold out awnings over the verandah deck, the provision of internal storage cupboards and to mount a 8.88kw solar system on the roof.||North Coast||$38,340|
|Macmasters Beach Surf Life Saving Club Inc||MacMasters Beach SLSC Upgrade of the Clubhouse Refrigeration System/Coolroom||The upgrade and installation of a new refrigeration system will provide the Clubhouse with a purpose built, energy efficient, up to date refrigeration/storage system. The Clubhouse is a key community asset and is currently used for community activities, functions, events and operates every Friday and Sunday evenings using volunteers. This operation provides an important contribution towards our annual operating costs. The upgrade will enhance the Club's ability to improve the efficiency of its Clubhouse operations, significantly reduce power consumption and enable the Club's funds to focus on meeting the costs associated with our core lifesaving services and community programs.||Central Coast||$52,000|
|Mona Vale Surf Lifesaving Club Inc||Installation of Surf Board & Surf Ski Steel Racking System||Installation of a steel racking system for rescue boards, nipper board and surf skis that are able to stored in a way that ensures the safety of all people accessing them and /or moving thru the club.||Metropolitan Sydney||$110,000|
|North Cronulla Surf Life Saving Club||Project Peryman - North Cronulla SLSC Peryman Memorial Pool Refurbishment||Upgrade of the existing swimming pool internal structure with installation of new anti-slip pool tiling on internal floors, walls and pool deck, hobs and gutters, new pool safety fencing and decking surrounding the concrete pool edge. Installation of a solar panel system, battery storage and pool heat pump will aim to extend the use of the pool over the winter months and reduce gas and electricity costs. Widening the deck, improving the steps, installation of pool railing and the installation of a handrail, providing the pool with inclusive access for people with a disability, the elderly and the less mobile.||Metropolitan Sydney||$412,379|
|Pambula Beach Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated||Deck Repair And Elimination/Repair Of Leaks At Pambula SLSC||Our project involves the repair of the rear decking area and repair and elimination of water damage at Pambula Beach Surf Club and Community Centre (the Clubhouse).
These works are required to address Occupational Health and Safety issues and will ensure our Club is compliant with Building Code of Australia requirements. Central to our services is a building that is suitable and safe for training our members and delivery of our services to the community.
Our project has the full support of Bega Valley Shire Council and we have approval to proceed. No Development Approval is required.
|South East and Tablelands||$51,753|
|Port Kembla Surf Life Saving Club Inc||Building Works at Port Kembla SLSC - Stage 1||After extensive and detailed planning, Port Kembla SLSC seeks funds for priority upgrade works at the club’s existing two-level surf club. The full scope of work proposed is over 3 stages, this project comprising stage 1 - court yard renovations. Completing stage 1 works alone will immediately expand the use of the facility and improve the quality of the services the club provides to the community.||Illawarra Shoalhaven||$210,079|
|Salt Surf Life Saving Club Inc||SECURITY AND SHADING UPGRADE AT SALT SLSC||Due to vandalism and attempted burglaries in the vicinity of our clubhouse, the Salt SLSC Executive Committee has reviewed the existing security measures and strongly recommended that security cameras (with a server upgrade) and exterior awnings are installed at the club. Valuable items, including vital lifesaving equipment, are stored at our clubhouse house which, if stolen, would severely impact our vital services to the community. Exterior awning blinds will provide shade for our building, helping to efficiently keep the clubhouse cool during the hot summer months and reducing energy costs.||North Coast||$31,939|
|Shoalhaven Heads Surf Life Saving Club Inc||Upgrades To Facility for Life Saving Services and Community Use||Ongoing facility improvement is vital to the long-term sustainability of our Club, allowing us to continue our lifesaving services, training programs and youth development activities. Our project involves:
-the installation of fixed security window screens and CCTV, linking with the Club’s existing alarm system infrastructure.
-installation of shark alarm and emergency broadcast equipment.
-the installation of fixed conferencing infrastructure (AV and PA system).
-upgrade to electrical supply to allow for conferencing infrastructure, and upgrade to LED lighting throughout the Clubhouse.
-upgrade of existing low fence to secure boundary fence.
-installation of 2 fixed, permanent community and member notice boards.
|Soldiers Beach Surf Life Saving Club Inc||Installation Of Additional Solar Panels At Soldiers Beach SLSC||Our project involves the extension of the current solar system at Soldiers Beach SLSC. A small solar system was installed approximately 9 years ago however if we are to continue as a sustainable community organisation we have identified the need to extend the current system to further reduce outgoing costs. We currently pay over $28,000 pa in electricity costs, placing enormous pressure on our finances.
The installation of a 36.26kW solar system will reduce our annual electricity expenses by approximately $7,500. Failing to extend the current system prevents us from expanding our important Lifesaving, youth development and Surf Sport activities.
|Tacking Point Surf Life Saving Club||Refurbishment works at Tacking Point SLSC (Stages 4A & 4B)||Due to age and our harsh coastal environment, Tacking Point SLSC Clubhouse, built in 1970, had deteriorated significantly and was no longer fit for purpose. Therefore, we commenced a complete renovation in 2015/2016. This application seeks funding to allow finalisation of Stage 4A (to be completed simultaneously with 4B to achieve construction synergies relating to construction preliminaries) of our major renovation. This portion of works is essential as it addresses multiple WH&S, compliance and safety issues, creates disabled access and essential services within our Surf Club including the completion of a First-Aid room, Training and Education Room and Administration Office.||North Coast||$116,956|
|Terrigal Surf Life Saving Club Inc||Alterations and additions to Terrigal Surf Life Saving Club||Improvements and additions to female and male change rooms and toilets. Construction of Club Training Room and members gym||Central Coast||$500,000|
|Umina Surf Life Saving Club Inc||Replacement of flooring and roller doors at Umina SLSC||Funding requested will be used to complete two priority Club repairs/upgrade projects required to ensure our facility is safe, secure, well maintained and operational.
Despite regular maintenance, eight manual roller doors on our lower level are in poor condition and no longer serviceable due to age and harsh local weather conditions. We intend to replace the doors with mechanical doors.
The second part of our project involves the replacement of aged and deteriorating carpet in our upper level multipurpose room. New carpet will ensure a fresh and inviting area for training and education activities, social events and community use.
|Wanda Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated||Watercraft and Surf Sports Equipment Storage System||Wanda SLSC has a successful history and strong culture of racing and competition and offers a high level of surf sports activities to it's members which results in strong capable rescue ready lifesavers on the beach. To support these activities and meet the storage demands of our growing membership, we seek to upgrade our watercraft and surf sports equipment area and replace the timber racking with stainless steel racking and rollers in the main boat shed. This will provide some “future proofing” for our facility and ensure that as we continue to expand, we do so safely and effectively.||Metropolitan Sydney||$148,271|
|Warilla Barrack Point Surf Life Saving Club Inc||Installation Of Kiosk At Warilla Barrack Point SLSC.||This project will enable Warilla Barrack Point SLSC to fit-out our Club kiosk, enabling us to re-open a working kiosk for our members and the public, and generate additional income for our Clubhouse and community services.
Previous grant funding allowed us to construct a new purpose built kiosk (room only), however the funding did not allow us to fit out the room to include cabinetry, electrical, lighting, storage and benchtops. This grant funding will allow us to install a serviceable kiosk and fixtures, which will benefit our Club and community.
|Warriewood Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated||Building Upgrade Works At Warriewood SLSC||The proposed works will form stage 2 of a building upgrade at Warriewood SLSC. The project is being run in conjunction with Northern Beaches Council and will comprise of a reconfiguration and fit-out of kitchen area, upgrade to members’ Clubroom with new flooring and doors, and a new external balcony roof for the members area.||Metropolitan Sydney||$369,925|
|Wollongong City Surf Life Saving Club||Wollongong City SLSC Clubhouse Upgrade - Security & Air Conditioning||Due to vandalism and attempted burglaries in the vicinity of our clubhouse and break-ins at other surf clubs in the region, Wollongong City SLSC has determined that the club's existing security measures are in urgent need of an upgrade. Valuable items, including vital lifesaving equipment, are stored at our clubhouse house which, if stolen, would severely impact our services to the community. Plus, installation of air conditioning will provide for a significantly more comfortable environment for those using our halls, including members and external groups who access the club for training and functions.||Illawarra Shoalhaven||$49,628|