Surf Life Saving Australia announced their first ever Women's Mentoring Program with only 20 Mentors and 20 Mentees selected. Jenni Darwin you are truly amazing. To be selected as mentor for this initiative which was designed to strengthen leadership skills, and develop the next generation of female leaders is outstanding recognition for everything you [...]
We are so honoured and privileged to be awarded; 2020 NSW Club of the Year Kai Darwin Youth Lifesaver of the Year Patrol 5 NSW Patrol of the Year. Umina SLSC was built on a foundation that's predicated on supporting and developing each and everyone of our members. We are for our community. We [...]
Umina SLSC take out seven Awards of Excellence The best and brightest among the Coast’s dedicated surf lifesaving movement were honoured over the long weekend when Surf Life Saving Central Coast (SLSCC) held their 2019-20 Awards of Excellence. The annual awards are a celebration of the region’s volunteer lifesavers and those that support them [...]
The state’s best Pool Rescue athletes have returned to Australia with a trove of 39 medals after cleaning up at the New Zealand National Championships on the weekend. The team, which was selected based on their excellent results at the NSW and Australian Pool Rescue Championships, traveled across the ditch to put their skills [...]
The Super Surf Teams comprise of four male and four female athletes, with teams based on geographic locations either by State or local regions. Bailey Johns from Umina SLSC will be representing Hunter Central Coast region.
Kai joined Umina SLSC as a 5-year old nipper and has been passionately involved in the organisation ever since. Holding positions on the Management team, facilitating youth camps; participating in the leadership program, supporting club and community education including Surf Safety in primary schools, Kai is a role model for both club youth and [...]