• Artists impression of the new club

  • Artists impression of the new club

  • Artists impression of the new club

  • Artists impression of the new club

We’re building a fit-for-purpose facility on the existing site of Mona Vale SLSC. Set over two levels, the spacious and environmentally friendly clubhouse will have 1690m2 of space. A new cafe, restaurant, nippers’ facilities, storage for the local board riders club, function space, a first aid room, family change facilities, and improved accessibility have been integrated into the design of this building.

The building will also address existing safety issues and reduce long-term maintenance costs by implementing environmentally sustainable initiatives including solar panels and using recycled rainwater.

The project will meet the future needs of the club which provide a valuable service to the community and significantly benefit our professional and volunteer lifeguards.


This $10 million project is made possible from funding from the State Government, Council, Mona Vale Surf Life Saving Club.

Want more information?

Contact the Project Manager: Nathan Innes, Major Building Projects on 1300 434 434


  • Friday 28 May 2021 - Officials and the surf club celebrated construction commencing by casting the hands of one of the oldest members and a nipper in plaster. The first soil was also turned. The project is expected to be completed in 12 months time, weather permitting. 
  • Monday 14 February 2022 - Works are in the final stages with the building now very close to being water tight and internal works are in progress. External works are still ongoing and the area around the club is taking shape with new paths, landscaped gardens, concrete and sandstone seating and café pergola. The project is expected to be completed in May 2022.
  • Saturday 4 June 2022 - Mona Vale Surf Life Saving Club officially opened.