Repost from Parks Victoria
In recent plover news, we have our first two fledglings of the season – one at Fowlers and one at Alison Ave West Rye (photos of the latter attached). Additionally, the two chicks have hatched at Heyfield East. We can confirm three nest failures, and both chicks have hatched and failed ...
With the new clubhouse now open Dwight Harrison and I have volunteered to run the JR Wright swim for this season.
As a reminder this Active members-only event started in the 1963-1964 season and was won that year by D. Wells. The trophy was donated by club member John Wright the father of two excellent surf swimmers ...
Our newly appointed Sustainability Officer, Alex Madden, has been hard at work developing initiatives to ensure the club becomes more sustainable and environmentally conscious. As you will be able to see when you get your morning coffee at the club there are PSLSC branded keep cups for sale - this is an effort to reduce ...
Who can stay overnight at the Club?
Any active member 18 years of age or over can stay overnight. The member must be booked in for every night they plan to stay via the online booking system.
How much does it cost to stay overnight at the Club?
$5 per night. This is to contribute to building ...
The first of the regular carnivals for the season was a double header at Ocean Grove on Dec 7/8. Portsea had 12 juniors competing on the Saturday and another 12 youth/seniors on the Sunday.
First up on Saturday was the juniors. Conditions were challenging – just how many of our Portsea juniors like it. Some fields ...
Time to get excited – we are into December and will shortly commence the 2019/2020 Portsea Nippers Program. Just a few matters to consider in advance of the start of the program:
Registrations into the program closed in early November 2019. We have over 520 participants enrolled at present ...
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The long wait is finally over with this weekend seeing the official opening of The Club. I admit that it’s not the most creative name, but hey, it ...
Portsea arrived at Mornington last Sunday with a team of fifteen hardened competitors. Every bit of toughness would be needed for the conditions – cold, windy, bay chop, rain and even a burst of hail for the IRB crews out to sea. Our hard fought races paid dividends with our best club result in living memory –third ...
Just as registrations for the Pier to Perignon opened, our website went down due to an unexpected increase in traffic from previous years.
There was about 15 minutes of downtime, and understand this would have been a frustrating time for those trying to register.
We are looking at a number of options that will ...