Long Reef Surf Life Saving Club

Long Reef Surf Lifesaving Club (SLSC) was founded in 1950 and is located at Long Reef Beach on Sydney's Northern Beaches. It is the northern half of the 1.8km stretch of beach that runs from the base of Long Reef headland to Dee Why headland. The beach faces South East and has great waves for surfing and swimming, making it a very popular beach. It is ideal for surf club activities as the beach is partly protected by an offshore reef (Long Reef).

They recently competed in the George Bass Surf Boat Marathon – 190 km from Bateman’s Bay to Eden and they came in an impressive second place!

Wilderness Wear is proud to sponsor the club’s surf boat team with clothing including Compression Merino 200 thermals – helping to regulate both warm and cold temperatures out on the water (year-round) and aiding circulation particularly useful for endurance events.

Visit the Long Reef Surf Lifesaving Club website and read all about their success.