Cronulla Surf Life Saving Club

The Cronulla Surf Life Saving Club,[1] was one of the first surf clubs established in Australia in 1907. The club had very humble beginnings in a tram carriage and today the clubhouse is housed in a magnificent art deco building on the beachfront, that was built in 1940.

Full nameCronulla Surf Life Saving Club
Members580 seniors, 620 juniors
Club colors     Light blue      Black      White

Cronulla is one of the largest and strongest clubs in the surf life saving movement with 1,200 members, including 620 in its nipper ranks. Many lifesavers volunteer their time to patrol the beaches during the season from late September to late April. Cronulla has won three World Life Saving Championships encompassing all rescue and Surf Life Saving competition and has consistently placed in the top 10 clubs at the Australian championships over the past 20 years.

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  1. "Cronulla Surf Life Saving Club". Retrieved 25 June 2007.
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