Thursday, 21 January 2021

Works have begun this week to transform Queenscliff Surf Life Saving Club into a more functional and welcoming space for its members and the wider community.

The Club, in partnership with Council, have been working for many years to get the balance right and make sure the club is both functional and viable for years to come.  

The $1 million renovations include:

  • A new public hall and balcony to take in the stunning ocean views
  • A new accessible toilet
  • A new lift and lift lobby to improve accessibility access
  • Relocated club facilities
  • Re-tiling, new stair balustrades, landings and corridors to improve compliance with building codes and accessibility requirements
  • Additional stairs to allow separation between club member areas and public areas
  • General painting.

The works are expected to be completed in May. Public amenities at the south end of the building will not be affected by the construction and access along public paths will be maintained.

This project is being undertaken as part of Council's Surf Life Saving Club Minor Works Program. Queenscliff Surf Life Saving Club secured grants totalling $400,000, Council secured a grant for $150,000 from the NSW Government's Crown Reserves Improvement Fund and the remaining $500,000 will come from Council reserves.

To find out more about this projects and track its progress, visit our website for the latest information. 

Proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Northern Beaches Council.

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