Surf Life Saving SA 2020 Sports Awards

Semaphore was well represented at this year’s Surf Life Saving SA 2020 Sports Awards.

Congratulations to Tyler Richards (winner U14 Male Senior Carnival Medal); Luc Lindsay (runner-up U14 Male Senior Carnival Medal); Teagan Richards (winner U17 Female Senior Carnival Medal); and Sean McKenzie (7th Masters Male Summer State Championships Medal).

View the Surf Life Saving SA 2020 Sports Awards online.

Bar opening hours

Enjoy a winter’s afternoon at the Semaphore SLSC this Saturday and Sunday from 4 – 8pm.

The kitchen is closed at the moment due to renovations. Further updates will be provided as this progresses.

Cook up a storm

We have passed the shortest day of the year and summer isn’t too far away, but there is still time to those perfect snacks to take to the beach.

Nut-free apricot delight bliss balls

1 tablespoon white chia seeds
1 cup soft juicy apricots
1 cup traditional rolled oats
2 tablespoons honey
1 1/4 cups desiccated coconut

Combine chia seeds and 1/4 cup water in a small bowl. Stand for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally, or until mixture has thickened.

Place chia mixture, apricots, oats, honey and 1 cup coconut in a food processor. Process until well combined and mixture forms a thick paste-like consistency.


Don’t forget to send copies of your favourite healthy recipes to

We’re back!

Don’t forget the bar is open this Saturday and Sunday between 4 and 8 pm.

The kitchen is closed at the moment for renovations. Further updates will be provided as this progresses.

Thanks for your patience and support through recent changes.

Keep safe and up-to-date

Restrictions are starting to ease and changes are being announced regularly. Keep up-to-date by visiting our local council, State and government websites:

Port Adelaide Enfield Council

South Australian Government COVID-19 information page

Australian Government COVID-19 updates

Australian Government Department of Health

Bar opening hours

The bar is open this weekend on Saturday and Sunday from 4 – 8pm.

The bistro will remain closed for the near future as the club has commenced kitchen renovations. Further updates will be provided as this progresses.

Thanks again for your support of the club and the changes required to comply with current restrictions.

Welcome back!

The club opened its doors again last weekend for the first time in a while. It was great to see the Semaphore community coming together and enjoying the club.

The bar is open this weekend on Saturday and Sunday from 4 – 8pm.

Thanks to everyone for supporting the changes.

Nipper of the year

Congratulations to Surf Life Saving SA Club Nipper of the Year award winners for Semaphore – Jackson and Erin.

The Nipper of the Year Award is presented to an outstanding Nipper member (U13), as nominated by their club in recognition of their achievement in all areas of Surf Life Saving, including actively participating in the Surf Life Saving community and for being excellent role models.

The club opening again on the weekend meant the awards could be presented in front of a small gathering of U13’s.

The club will look to present the junior 2019/20 club awards once changes in restrictions allow larger gatherings.

Footy tipping is back!

Don’t forget to get your footy tips in – Round 2 kicks off tomorrow night.

If you would like to be a part of this year’s Premier Tipping Contest all you have to do is the following:

1. Go to
2. Sign up
3. Go to COMPS & Join “Semaphore SLSC” using the Comp Code: TSZKA7D4.

The cost is $50 pp (payable to Andrew Spencer).

Prize $$ for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd and 6th last (Prize $$ will be dependent on number of people in the Comp). The coveted “Top Tipster Trophy” is also up for grabs.

You can put your Tips on from anywhere that has the Internet at Anytime!

A weekly Leaders Sheet will be posted in the Club on Thursdays.

Remember Round 2 kicks off Thursday 11th June.

Good Luck.

Back in the water

It is great to see seniors training again!

Board training has once again kicked off on a Wednesday night.

There are a few changes that everyone needs to abide by to make sure seniors are training safely, including breaking into smaller groups, keeping 1.5m apart and making sure there is no sharing of drink bottles or craft. People are also asked to put their name down ahead of time to assist with planning groups.

Don’t forget your high vis, wetsuit and head torch.

If you would like more information about seniors training please contact Craig Andrews (0419 238 164).