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The new GPSLSC clubhouse open for business Friday the 27th April

It has finally happened!!!!

The Certificate of Occupancy has been issued and Liquor Licencing have sent our certificate to commence trading from the new clubhouse.

This means next Friday the 27th April the new GPSLSC clubhouse will be open for business.

This is very exciting not only for the club but for our entire community. A brand new, state of the art building and kitchen.

After nearly 12 months of hard work we have something we can all be proud of.

Get on down to the Surfy this Friday and join in with what we hope will be one of the biggest nights Nhulunbuy will have seen in a long time.

Live broadcast by Gove FM, music, good food, cold drinks and a secure place for the kids to run.

A time to celebrate.

See you all there!!!!!

Gove Peninsula Surf Club win NT Club of the Year

Tonight SLSNT Awards Night is underway.

Your Gove Peninsula Surf Club won NT Club of the Year.

While this may not be horrendously exciting as there are only three clubs in the NT, it does mean we get a crack at the National Life Saving Club of the Year in October this year.

Now that is exciting. I think we have a pretty good chance.

-Small club in a small town in the NT.
-Badly affected by fire that destroyed all our equipment.
-Cyclone damage to rock wall and fence.
-Curtailment of plant and associated loss of people and members from town.
-Over $1 Million dollars spent in 2017/18
– A club that has continued to thrive despite adversity.

I think we have a great story to tell on a national level.

Thanks to Michael Stimpson, Mikey Rogers and Jezza Kee for making the pilgrimage to Darwin to receive this award on behalf of the club.

Nhulunbuy should be very proud. Bring on the national award in October 2018!!!!!!!!

Surf Club Update

For those who have been down to the club recently will have seen how close we are to completion. We are currently waiting on a few bits and pieces to arrive from Darwin to finish it off completely. Hopefully they will be on this week’s barge.

The inside is all but finished, most of the external flashing complete, plumbing fit off all but done. Electrician will have a day or two’s work and that will be finished.

Things are looking good and if all our ducks line up it should all be done this week.

Our state of the art security system is being installed that will monitor inside and outside the building 24 hrs a day. Modern day technology is impressive.

A month or so back you may have seen the club advertising for a couple to provide onsite security and to be our bar hosts.

We are fortunate enough to have secured a couple from Queensland who will live onsite and have committed to 12 months and potentially longer. They both have a lifesaving background and it will be great to have their help and provide that extra onsite security.

At this stage we are well on track for our big opening night on the 16th March. We will certainly let you know closer to the time.

You have got no idea how excited we are!!!!!!!!!

We would like to thank all our members and guests for your patience during the building and renovating phase. It has been challenging but I believe we have continued to offer a good level of service.

Never before has our club seen so much activity in such a short time frame. New clubhouse, renovated toilets, new first aid room, renovated observation tower and new outside kitchen.

All we have to do now is get all of the fencing replaced with black aluminum pool fencing. All the materials have arrived and installation will commence as soon as the clubhouse is finished.

It would be great if that was also done by the opening night. Fingers crossed.

The total make-over will be complete.

Our AGM is on Sunday 11th March at 1000 and everyone is welcome. It would be awesome to see new faces being a part of this iconic club. As well as committee positions there is also the opportunity for other volunteering roles within the club.

Let us know if you are interested in helping out.

 

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