Terrigal Surf Life Saving Club is charged with the responsibility of providing a safe surfing environment on one of the most popular beaches on the Central Coast of NSW used by an estimated 70,000 guests each week.
The Club was established in 1925 by a small dedicated group under the leadership of the late Alistar Macarthur-Onslow. The Central Coast was one of the first regions to embrace the surf lifesaving movement and Terrigal was one of the first clubs on the Central Coast.
The Club first came into the news in 1938 when it’s boat crew was awarded the Royal Humane Society Certificate of Merit when attempting to rescue two people swept off the rocks into treacherous seas near the Skillion.
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