Category Archives: PESLSC

The Bar

Come and take in the views of picturesque Horseshoe Bay from “The Bar”. Grab a snack from the bar or you are most welcome to visit Clubbies Kiosk downstairs and bring your food upstairs to enjoy with a drink from our bar.

Opening Times:

Thursday                             4pm – 7pm

Friday                                   4pm – 7pm

Saturday                              3pm – 7pm

Sunday                                3pm – 7pm

The finishing time may be extended on various occasions, depending on the volunteer crew working, the weather and the number of members and/or public patrons.

There may also be extra opening days, for example, on a public holiday. Please check the club facebook page or watch out for the ‘Open’ sign on the club balcony.

There is no Bistro/Restaurant at the club for meals. The  Bar has some Bar Snacks available (packet chips, toasted sandwiches, cheese platter, small pizzas soon). Please inquire at the Bar.

The Clubbies Kiosk has take-away food available, which can be brought up to the balcony and bar.

Please ensure that all visitors use QR code or sign in at the bar and follow current COVID regulations regarding masks and be patient with our wonderful volunteer members who serve you at “The Bar”.

Community Supporter membership is available for a fee of $50. Forms available at the bar and staff will assist to complete the form. Benefits include a Members Discount on drinks and invitation to Members Special events through the year.

 

Safety around Walking Path

The most serious safety issue for rocky shore explorers is the threat to life caused by the “freak wave”. It usually surges across the rocky shore, ambushing the unwary. 

An unsuspecting person can easily be washed off a rock into deep water. You can easily drown, or be swept against barnacle-encrusted rocks.

Warning:

• No matter how safe a rocky shore may seem, never walk on wet rocks or near the edge

• Always keep a lookout for infrequent large waves.

• If you get swept in swim away from the rocks, never try and get out.

• Never go in the water to try and help, call 000 and reassure and reaffirm to the victim, stay calm and swim out to sea.

 

 

Club Contact Directory

Below is a guide of who to contact as your first port of call regarding any issues you may find or have at the Port Elliot Surf Life Saving Club.

Membership

Membership information can be found on our website (by clicking here).

Alternatively contact secretary@portelliotslsc.com.au or registrar@portelliotslsc.com.au for assistance.

If you are having trouble with logging into your member’s portal account, try the forgot password or username links first.

If you no longer have access to the e-mail address you created the account with, then you will need to contact for assistance with the addresses above.

Working with Children Checks

Instructions to apply for a Working with Children Check can be found on our website (by clicking here).

Alternatively contact wwcc@portelliotslsc.com.au for assistance.

Patrol Gear Faults

Report to your Patrol Captain or App user on patrol and put the comments in the section of the electronic patrol log. Alternatively email lifesaving@portelliotslsc.com.au.

Patrol Operations Apps issues when on patrol contact Surfcom on 13SURF.

Members Representative

The Member’s Representative is a member of Club Council and can take any member’s issues to Club Council meetings held on the second Friday of every month. E-mail membersrep@portelliotslsc.com.au to get in touch.

Nippers

Contact nippers@portelliotslsc.com.au for assistance.

Junior Carnivals

Contact juniors@portelliotslsc.com.au for assistance.

Surf Sports

Contact surfsports@portelliotslsc.com.au for assistance.

Online Training

For help with the online training through your members portal contact chiefinstructor@portelliotslsc.com.au.

Functions

Contact bookings@portelliotslsc.com.au for any enquiries

Bar

For any enquiries contact bar@portelliotslsc.com.au For opening hours visit Clubhouse Facilities.

Building Faults

If you have an issue with the building that you think requires attention:

Alternatively e-mail building@portelliotslsc.com.au.

IT Issues

Contact it@portelliotslsc.com.au for assistance.

This includes the Club’s internal IT systems, WiFi, Network, computers AV gear.

It does not include SLSA/SA Apps, for this you need to contact Surf Life Saving SA direct 8354 6900 (or Surfcom while on patrol, 13SURF).

Finance & online payments

Payments can be made online through our website.

Contact treasurer@portelliotslsc.com.au for assistance.

Key information

Information about applying for a key and eligibility can be found on our website.

To apply for a key e-mail keys@portelliotslsc.com.au.

If you lose your fob contact Ben 0448 492 767 or email keys@portelliotslsc.com.au ASAP so we can deactivate. (It can always be reactivated again if you find it)

For confidential or personal issues contact the President or Club Captain.

If you are not sure who to contact e-mail info@portelliotslsc.com.au and it will find a way to who it’s supposed to get to.

Our Clubrooms are now Officially open

We are entering new era with our new Club Rooms ready for Life Saving Patrols. After more than a decade in the making, the biggest Surf Life Saving Club re-development in the state is complete. Boasting a new patrol and first aid area, training and change rooms, as well as a jet-ski storage area, the complete rebuild provides volunteer patrolling members state-of-the-art facilities that will sustain vital lifesaving services well into the future. Fundraising efforts by the club, as well as significant contributions from The State Government, Surf Life Saving SA and the Alexandrina Council supported the project. The Clubrooms will be opened in stages, with priority being given to getting lifesaving operations up and running, and having members familiarising themselves with the building and its technologies. Our upstairs Bar is now open and we can’t wait to welcome South Australians to have a drink and enjoy magnificent views of Horseshoe Bay.

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Support Our Sponsors

For everything you have done for us in the past, everything you still do and continue to do, the members of Port Elliot Surf Life Saving Club just want you to know how thankful we are, and we look forward to a prosperous future together.

 500 Club Members

Marcella Banks.             Elizabeth Keam            Chris and Leah Tapscott

200 Club Members

Bartel and Hall

Peter Cummings

Steward Cummings

Rodney and Janet Ellis

Flying Fish Cafe

Peter Francis and Lindsey Cowper

Claudia and Adrian Goldsmith

Indulgent Meats

Kennedy/North Family

Luxton Family

Robert Mooney

Port Elliot Local Post Office

Port Elliot Pharmacy

Port Elliot Physio

Lindsay Richards

The Bargain Barn

Thunderbird Port Elliot

Victor Medical Center