Open Your World

If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed or are just looking for some fun activities for kids, then head to the South Australian Government’s new wellbeing website – Open Your World.

The website focuses on mental, physical, social and community wellbeing and includes activities for kids as well as online resources for learning and skill development, ranging from language classes to cooking classes.

Find out more at

Cook up a storm

Why not spend a bit of time while in isolation perfecting your favourite carnival recipes?

This week’s special – Berry Protein Bombs


  • 50g berry flavoured plant based protein powder (normal protein powder works too)
  • 1 teaspoon acai powder
  • 90g nut or seed butter
  • 40ml maple syrup
  • 1 tablespoon raw honey or rice malt syrup
  • 55g ground almonds
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 3 medjool dates (pitted)
  • 150g dried mixed berries


  • Place all ingredients except for the dried berries in food processor or blender and blend until combined.
  • Throw in chopped dried berries and mix.
  • Roll a tablespoon of mixture into a ball.
  • Put in air tight container and keep in fridge or freezer.

If you have suggestions of your favourite things to eat on the beach please send them through to:

Keeping active

The Open Your World website has some great ideas for exercising from home. Why not try some of the Stay Active Videos for children and young people to get ready for next season.

A reminder to check your contact details are up to date

Don’t miss important messages and e-mails about patrols, members draws and club information. Please take a minute to check that your contacts details (mobile and e-mail) are up-to-date. This is particularly important for those new to seniors who may have originally listed their parents details and would now like to receive notifications directly.

Please go to:

Login and select Memberships> Update Personal Details

Thank you

Jet ski for Semaphore

A new addition to our Rescue Ready Facility with SLSSA now using this location as part of their Emergency Operation Group (EOG). This will also allow a closer partnership with Police Water Operations who are located down by the Semaphore jetty.

Thanks to Neil Bisset for making this happen, it allows us to increase our rescue capability and gives our members more skills to add to their repertoire.

Semaphore SLSC stay at home TikTok challenge!

Pass the time and get your creative skills on.

We would love to see your best TikTok in Semaphore colours. Please e-mail to and we will select some for upcoming newsletters.

Here is one from last season to start us off. Don’t forget social distancing 🙂

Planning a function once restrictions are lifted?

The health and safety of our patrons, members and the broader community is our highest priority and so we are shut for the moment, but we will be here for your next function as soon as it is safe to do so.

If you would like to spend some spare time while in isolation planning an upcoming wedding, party or corporate event, please visit our functions page on our website

Anzac Day

Anzac Day is one of our nation’s most significant days as we honour veterans who fought to keep us safe.

While we cannot celebrate as usual this year we would like to take a moment today to thank and remember all veterans and their families, many of whom were and continue to be members of our surf life saving community.

Lest we forget.

SLSSA board elections postponed

To maintain continuity in the current uncertain times and with the support of Club Presidents, SLSSA has postponed its Board elections until its November AGM. They were to be held in May.

Any member interested in nominating for a Board Directors role this year does not need to nominate now, further information will be sent closer to the November AGM to seek nominees. Thank you.

Community spirit

Thanks to the Semaphore SLSC for showing true community spirit by dropping off some care packs to some of our senior club members.

Stay safe and look out for each other.