Memberships

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 Become a member of surf club

Across Australia, more than 110,000 people are members of Surf Life Saving Clubs – with 12,000 of them here in WA. If you live in or near Denmark, we encourage you to become a member of our wonderful club.

All ages and abilities are welcome.

Choose from a range of membership categories depending on how you want to get involved. Find more info on each category down the page.

2021-2022 season fees

  • Woodside Nipper 5yo-13yo..$80
  • Cadet 13yo-15yo………………$80
  • Active Youth 15yo-18yo…….$125
  • Active Senior 18+……………..$125
  • Award Member 18+…………..$125
  • Associate Member……………..$125
  • Probationary ……………………$125
  • Social Member…………………..$65
  • Nipper Parent…………………….$65
  • Family Cap* …………………….$250

At least one parent of a Nipper or Cadet member must be a financial member.

*The Family Cap is the maximum amount that any family is required to pay. Each family member must register in one of the member categories.

Kidsport funding is available for Concession Card Holders.

A full list of Denmark membership categories and fees can be found in our table of member categories and fees DSLSC Memberhip 2021-22. Unsure of which membership type best suits you? Contact our club administrator for more information.

    Club fees, which we have deliberately kept low, are required to keep our Club functioning and to cover such things as insurance, administration, equipment purchase and maintenance, running costs, building maintenance, Association Registration and Affiliation.

    In return for the low fees we do ask our members to assist in some fundraising during the season and the expectation is for every family to do at least one shift in the kiosk over summer. This is not onerous and should only be a few hours of your time, so please lend a hand to help spread the load. The Government does not directly inject funds into Surf Lifesaving Clubs and as a result fees and fundraising are required to meet all our ongoing costs.

    The Annual General Meeting is at the end of June and the season is usually from October/November through to March/April. Signing up for the new season is therefore usually from September onwards when any changes to fees and membership details have been finalised.

    Social notes

    Social events are organised throughout the season and promoted in our newsletters and with flyers and notes around the club. These events are open to every-one including members, parents of Juniors and anyone interested in our activities. Keep your eyes and ears open for these events because we would love to see you there.

    Can I bring friends to the club?

    Family and friends are welcome to come down to the Club for social functions. However, only current financial members of the Club are allowed to use club equipment and the club facilities such as the showers, change rooms and ‘board’ room.

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