At Warriewood SLSC we stand for surf and beach safety, community and a healthy, active lifestyle. We are a bunch of likeminded people who love Warriewood beach. We make this part of our lives because it feels good to contribute to the community by providing life saving services and a broad range of club activities for young and old.

We are passionate about our local people and environment and through leadership of healthy and sustainable living which culminates connectedness, fitness and fun, natural environment, and helping others.


We are a non for profit sporting organisation affiliated with SLSSNB, SLSNSW, SLSA and with a lifesaving services agreement with Northern Beached Council.

The club is governed through its Executive, Management and Junior committees and meet all its obligations under the NSW and Federal legislation as well as its commitment to its affiliation with Surf Life Saving Australia.


Warriewood SLSC was established in 1951 by 12 local guys including Jock MacKay. Jock has been a pivotal part of the club and remains involved to this day.

We have a proud history of lifesaving performing many rescues in our immediate coast line with its unique natural features that include the Warriewood blow hole, Turimetta and Mona Vale headlands and surrounding rock ledges.

Focussed on being fit and capable to meet our lifesaving commitment, our active members participate in the range of surf sports events, Warriewood being the first club on the Northern Beaches to hold a Master Carnival.