Whopping $10 Million Surfing Club in Making Finally Announces Positive Update for 2024

Published 12/09/2023, 6:15 AM EST

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Picture this- waves crashing, surfers riding, and the West Beach Surf Life Saving Club gearing up for a facelift that’s making waves of its own. How did it sound? Amazing? It’s time the settlement along Adelaide’s sparkling coastline entered a new era.

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The West Beach Surf Life Saving Club’s highly anticipated transformative $8-10 million redevelopment is nearing completion. The transformation is expected to be fully operational by February 2024. The West Beach Surf Club will be strutting its stuff in a fresh, modern getup. A new look and new vibes await surfing enthusiasts’ visit. 

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According to the Glam Adelaide News, the place is supported by federal, state, & local governments. Along with Surf Life Saving SA, the project envisions the facility. It includes a new function room, panoramic balcony, and ground-level bar and kitchen facilities, with below-deck boat & equipment storage. With this, additional amenities encompass expanded storage spaces, change rooms, a gym, and a cafe.

The impetus for this ambitious endeavor was the original building’s resilience against years of storms, necessitating a modern and resilient upgrade. While compliant in the 1960s, the outdated structure required alignment with contemporary standards, prompting the initiation of the project.

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The man behind the building committee, John, provides valuable insights into the initiative’s evolution. He expressed gratitude for the partnership with Partek & collaborative efforts between the local government and the council. Despite substantial funding, additional financial backing is sought to reach the project’s zenith. John emphasizes plans for an upcoming fundraising drive in the new year, inviting businesses, community groups, and motivated individuals to contribute to the club’s future.

Revealing community pride 

Reflecting on the transformative journey, John shares that the construction spanned 12-14 months, while the project’s inception dates back nearly three years. Highlighting collaboration with entities like Henley Beach Life Saving, facilitating beach access and inflatable boat storage, he emphasizes the communal effort fueling this significant initiative.

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“It’s a good example of multiple parties contributing to something significant in the community,” – John asserts. Furthermore, he adds in the confirmation of its making, “It will become more serious in the new year, involving businesses, community groups, and individuals who feel motivated to support the club.”

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In summary, the West Beach Surf Life Saving Club’s redevelopment emerges as a beacon of progress, blending modern functionality with community spirit, set to make waves along Adelaide’s shores. Are you excited for the new look? Share your excitement with us in comments below.

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Harshita Chawla

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