The Club has identified the need to prepare for growth and has planned for a new facility. The existing building is old and has passed its practical lifespan with functional limitations that restrict the club’s operations.
From March 1 to 4, hundreds of Junior Surf members from 46 clubs throughout the country flocked to Orewa Beach to take part in this year's Under 14 New Zealand Surf Life Saving Championships also known as, Oceans.
Top honours for orewa
Orewa Surf Life Saving Club take top honours at the SLSNR Awards of Excellence 2017.
Named best patrolled beach, competition club of the year & Northern Region club of the Year.
Photos by Carmen Bird Photography
mark (doc) johnston HONOuRED
At the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Volunteer Awards, Julia Parfitt recognised & thanked volunteers for their contributions to our community.
Our 'Doc' was one of the deserving volunteers recognised, 12 June '18.
5th at nationals
The team delivered a very respectable 5th place performance overall in much colder South Island conditions then they are typically used to be competing and training in.
Junior Surf B and C group members, attended the NZ Junior Surf Champs. Four long hot days led to some very pleasing results for the athletes, bringing the club in to finish 12th overall.
2nd in Northern Region Rookie Challenge
Under the careful tuition of Mark 'Doc' Johnston Orewa's Rookie team brought home silver medals from the Northern Region Rookie Challenge competition held 26 March 2017.
Orewa Surf Lifesaving Club Uniform available to purchase from club.
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