North Shore Underwater Club
Sydney, Northern beaches, New South Wales.
About the club – The North Shore Sea Hawks are all about learning more about spearfishing as well as having fun. We have training dives, competitions, weekends away and many other activities. We meet on the fourth Tuesday of every month at the Harbord Diggers Club. As well as being a good time there is a lot to learn with monthly training sessions and seminars for the juniors, intermediate divers and divers who are new to the sport, these seminars cover all different aspects of spearfishing.
Sans Souci Dolphins
South Sydney, New South Wales, 2015
About the club – The Sans Souci dolphins club was established over 50 years ago, with a current membership of over 60 divers, making them one of the biggest spearfishing clubs in NSW. The club has a balance of competition and social events throughout the year such as social dives, group dining at restaurants, presentations by Australian spearfishing champion Ian Puckeridge, Paul Rosi, Alex Lewis and Simon Trippe of the Australian spearfishing academy. At the Eden 3 way state titles, the club booked three houses where 30 members stayed and competed.
The san souci dolphins are continuing to grow, why not come and join us, we have a BBQ at every meeting as well as information nights. We meet every third Tuesday of every month around 7.30pm, South Sydney Amateur fishing Association, corner of Macquarie and Hastings Ave., Chifley.
Revesby Workers' Spearfishing Club
The Revesby Workers Spearfishing Club (RWSC) has its origins steeped in Spearfishing history commencing in 1972 with many members becoming legends of an exciting and challenging sport. RWSC is renowned as being a social group of divers funded and supported by the Revesby Workers Club. Our members live from the Sydney basin through to Narooma on the far south coast giving us a broad geographical experience base and network of up to date resources.
RWSC is the club for you if you demand:
- Safety focus
- Junior development
- Friendly/Helpful people
- Experienced members
- Training hands on
We compete each month in the Taylor Shield across all regions south of Sydney and enjoy a relaxed competitive environment focusing on the development of divers rather than win at all costs. We also enjoy a club sponsored barbeque and drink after each dive.
Join us to “experience the difference”
Contact RWSC for more information or click here
Troy 0438 501 812
Gary 0418 411 665
Port Hacking Penguins
Established in 1959, the Port Hacking Penguins were the first spearfishing club formed in NSW and are the premier club in the Sutherland Shire, having won many titles over the years, including the Alliman Shield.
The Penguins cater for all levels of spearfishing from junior and beginners to the more experienced, through to master. Bonded by a love of the ocean and the diversity it offers, we have a very experienced member base keen to share our collective knowledge and experience with all members.
The Penguins hold many social events throughout the year while also being involved in formal spearfishing competitions on a regular basis.
Our club meetings are held the third Tuesday of every month at the Gymea Tradies Club, 57 Manchester Road, Gymea, NSW.
Feel free to make contact with the club through any of the following channels :
Club president Gary Baxter (mobile phone number 0404 874 364)
Club treasurer Glenn Sewell (mobile phone number: 0429 575 536)
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