Welcome to

Cape Hawke Surf LifeSaving Club

Functions

Our Club Function Centre is located right on One Mile Beach in Forster. Hire it for your wedding, conference, meeting, training seminar, group function or other special event.

Join Us

Become a member today to learn more about surf lifesaving. It’s a great way to stay fit and active, make friendships, learn about teamwork and compete in surf sports. And you never know – what you learn could save a life.  

About The Club

Our club is dedicated to allowing swimmers, surfers and beach goers to use One Mile Beach safely. In addition to this, we also provide a number of social opportunities for members as well as advanced sport and safety training.

Cape Hawke Surf Lifesaving Club
Palmgrove Pl, Forster NSW 2428
(02) 6555 5822
info@capehawkeslsc.org.au

Our Sponsors

Cape Hawke Surf Lifesaving Club was founded in 1978 to provide voluntary beach patrols at the southern end of One Mile Beach in Forster. The first clubhouse was built in 1982 and underwent major renovations in 2014. Today, the club provides voluntary beach patrols from the beginning of the September school holidays to the end of the Easter school holidays. Read more club history

One Mile Beach in numbers

Beach attendance 19/20 patrol season

Preventative actions in 19/20 patrol season

Rescues in 19/20 patrol season

Active patrol members in 19/20 season

Accumulated patrol hours in 19/20 season

Patrol members with 100% patrol attendance in 19/20 season

Announcement regarding patrols and COVID-19

Surf Lifesaving NSW has announced today that all patrols by volunteer surf lifesavers on NSW beaches are cancelled for the remainder of the 2019/20 season. This unprecedented decision has been made to protect the safety and welfare of volunteer surf lifesavers from...
One Mile Beach

About our beach

One Mile Beach is the home of the Cape Hawke Surf Lifesaving Club. With a golf course, parking and picnic areas and beautiful surroundings, it’s a popular spot with locals and visitors alike. The beach truly became popular in the 1970s, leading to the founding of the surf club in 1978. Today, the beach is often used for swimming and surfing. However, we advise everyone who heads into the waves to be careful. There are prominent, persistent rips as well as side currents. If you’re planning to swim, stay in the south between the flags or close to the shore. See more at beachsafe.org.au