Stockton SLSC is situated at the southern end of the Stockton Bight, which stretches from the northern side of the Hunter River at Newcastle to Birubi Point, a distance of 23 miles. The Surf Club provides lifesaving services over the summer months, with members patrolling the beach on weekends and public holidays from September-April each year. The Club has a range of programs for everyone, including Nippers Program, a Youth Development Program, Surf Sports and provides a range of education and training.
Stockton Surf life Saving Club is the second oldest surf life saving club in the Hunter Branch, forming five days after Newcastle SLSC on 15 January 1908. However life saving activities were in full swing in Stockton in the early 1860's. The "Stockton Rocket Brigade" were a group of men devoted to the rescue of seafarers who became shipwrecked trying to enter Newcastle Harbour. Historical records show that the men who crewed the Rocket Brigade rescue boats were the same men that later formed the Stockton SLSC.
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