Toowoon Bay Surf Life Saving Club is a member of Surf Life Saving Central Coast which includes fourteen other clubs on the NSW Central Coast spanning a coastline distance of 40kms.
Toowoon Bay Surf Life Saving Club was formed in 1954 by a dedicated group of volunteers wishing to ensure the local community and the many visitors to the area, experience a safe surf environment. In 1998 the club revised its constitution to ensure relevance and recognition that times had changed. Amid this change, the club maintained the strong belief in surf safety and education and training for all.
All aspects of surf life saving are enjoyed at Toowoon Bay including beach events, paddling boards and skis, rowing surf boats and swimming. All activites, some being competitive, are conducted in an environment of fun and family enjoyment.
This is in keeping with our motto : JOIN THE FUN!
The FIRST Toowoon Bay SLSC Beach Patrol, Sunday 3rd October, 1954.
The Club President was Bob Roberts. The Club Captain was Gordon Hilton.
Photo : Left to Right
Back Row : D. Newling, Max Haslett, B. Byrnes, W. Lees, W. Johnson, M. Shean, K. Jones, J. Ringo
Middle Row : D. Tidy, G. Freeman, M. Bailey, T. Roberts
Front Row : J Starkey, Jeff Rolls, Keith Salmon, Digger Hilton, Gordon Hilton