Covid-19 Return to Surf Sports Plan

SLSNSW has created an agile Return to Sports Plan to address the fluid requirements of each restriction level as they are adopted and announced by the NSW Government.

The intent of this plan is to provide clear and concise actions and guidelines to branches, clubs and members for the current phase legislated by the NSW Government as we navigate our return to training and competition post the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown. This will also include Junior Activity Programs as it becomes relevant.

To download the SLSNSW Return to Sport Plan Click Here

This plan is to be used in conjunction with any SLSSNB developed guidelines. Please refer to the following SLSSNB guidelines previously released relating to surf sports training

Sport Australia and the Australian Institute of Sport have also developed a Return to Sport toolkit, which includes a suite of resources to help sporting organisations get ready to recommence training, competitions and programs in a safe, responsible and low risk manner. Please note that this toolkit is not currently endorsed by the NSW Government or the NSW Office of Sport, but its release has been acknowledged as providing general guidance for a return to sport and a useful ‘planning base’.

To access the Sport Australia Return to Sport toolkit Click Here

Circular 202003-05 COVID-19 Club Usage-Facility Management – NEW 15/5/20

Circular 202005-01 – SLSSNB COVID-19 Impact on Surf Sports Training – NEW 15/5/20

SLSNSW Covid-19 Updates

Memo: Covid-19 Resources for NFP Organisations

Memo: Covid-19 ResMemo – NSW COVID financial measures for Clubs

Memo – Annual General Meeting Advice for Club Management Teams

Memo – Australian Govt Volunteer Grants 2019-20 

Community Grants for 2020/21

What you can and can’t do under the rules
Find out how public health orders affect where you can go and what is open, closed or restricted.

What you can and can’t do under the rules

Find out how public health orders affect where you can go and what is open, closed or restricted.

How to protect yourself and others

Wash your hands regularly and keep your distance from others but stay connected.

Cancel your travel plans and stay at home this Easter
You must stay home this Easter. This will help stop the spread of COVID-19. Find out more about social distancing.

Keep your distance
If you have to leave home for essential reasons like visiting the doctor or grocery shopping, stay at least 1.5 metres away from others.

Look after yourself and others
Wash your hands regularly and keep in touch with family and friends by phone, social media or video calls where possible.

Family and domestic violence support
Find out what to do if it’s not safe for you to stay at home. You can call our Domestic Violence Line anytime on 1800 65 64 63.

Pease note TIPS Members are available ONLY for Critical Incident support, please contact the 24/7 Rescue Coordinator on 0417 692 993 if you require their support.

If you are feeling anxious, need support or need to chat someone please contact one of the following or go to their websites which contain a lot of helpful information on dealing with the virus outbreak.

LIFELINE  – 13 11 14
Click here for more info

BEYOND BLUE – 1300 22 4636
Click here for more info

All memos and circulars are located at the bottom of this page

SLSNSW Briefing 1 – COVID19
Novel Coronavirus Pandemic – Advice to Clubs & Branches
Circular 202003-03 – SLSSNB Powercraft Training & Assessment
Circular 202003-02 – SLSSNB Assessment Cancellations
Circular 202003-02- SLSSNB Surf Boats Branch Championships Cancellation

2020 Junior Lifesaver of the Year program
2020 Youth Opportunity Makers Workshop
2020 SLSNSW State Club Conference
2020 SLSNSW Awards of Excellence
2020 Sharkskin NSW IRB Series

2020 NSW Pool Rescue Championships
2020 NSW Board Riding Championships
SLSA Memo_Japanese Exchange Program 2020

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