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Pukehina Surf Lifesaving Club patrols the busy Pukehina Beach, a popular beach that attracts swimmers, surfers and fishermen from throughout the local Bay of Plenty area, and visitors to the area.

The club patrols the beach on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays from December to February.

We are a rescue-focused club, with 60 lifeguards and approx 30 trainees.

 

Patrol Hours

12 weekends from November 8 - February 2410am - 4.30pm
October 21 to December 210am - 2pm Sundays Only

Pukehina SR Junior Surf

We have a large junior surf club of 4-13 year olds who meet at the beach each Sunday at 10.15am until mid-day in the summer season. Plus we have an active group of 14+ year olds who patrol the beach and assist with the juniors during the summer.

Pukehina Junior Surf runs from October 21 - February 24

 
 

Swim Training

We offer swim training twice a week at the local Pongakawa School and board training at the beach twice a week during the summer season.

Training Opportunities

We have many opportunities to train, which are open to members who want to get fit. Come to as many sessions as you like.

 
 

Parents

– we welcome – challenge – you to get involved while the kids are training. And ask about our CP 42 Challenge.


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Volunteers

Pukehina Surf Rescue is always interested in hearing from people wanting to volunteer. We welcome all enquiries

PLEASE CONTACT US ON 07 5333 934 OR EMAIL US

Our Volunteer Patrol Hours 2018/2019 summer season was 2782 hours a rise of 42% on the previous season.

 

Whats on


Awards 2018


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Bay of Plenty Patrol Captain of the Year
Jason Rive

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Bay of Plenty Instructor of the Year
Laura-Lee Boxer Paki

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Bay of Plenty Examiner of the Year
Boyd Harris

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Bay of Plenty Volunteer of the Year
Delwyn Buckton

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Regional Servie Award for her long input in the club
Kerry Braugh

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Rescue of the Year, while off duty in March, came across a motor accident and provided critical first aid care until ambulances arrived
Andy McDowell
Kirwin Te Hiini

Pukehina Surf Rescue Would Like To Thank Their Major Sponsors