Bronte Surf Club and community facilities upgrade

Waverley Council is working with Bronte Surf Lifesaving Club (SLSC) to deliver a modern and sustainable new surf club and community facilities.

There are over 1,900 Bronte SLSC members, who, alongside Waverley Lifeguards and employees, use the Club as a hub for rescues, training, storing equipment and first aid.

The building is no longer fit for purpose and must be rebuilt to meet the needs of contemporary surf lifesaving and the community including:

  • Balance of female to male facilities
  • Compliance for family change rooms and accessible amenities
  • Fit for purpose lifeguard and lifesaving facilities including adequate storage and training space

The promenade and facility block next to the Club is also to be upgraded.

Waverley Council is working with Bronte Surf Lifesaving Club (SLSC) to deliver a modern and sustainable new surf club and community facilities.

There are over 1,900 Bronte SLSC members, who, alongside Waverley Lifeguards and employees, use the Club as a hub for rescues, training, storing equipment and first aid.

The building is no longer fit for purpose and must be rebuilt to meet the needs of contemporary surf lifesaving and the community including:

  • Balance of female to male facilities
  • Compliance for family change rooms and accessible amenities
  • Fit for purpose lifeguard and lifesaving facilities including adequate storage and training space

The promenade and facility block next to the Club is also to be upgraded.