Broulee Surf Club Seek Caterer As Club Undergoes Major Upgrade
The Broulee Surfers Surf Life Saving Club is undergoing a major upgrade, thanks to funding from the NSW and Federal Governments.
Funding that was announced in 2018 and 2019 is enabling the club house to expand with a larger function room, third storey patrol observation tower, a new first aid room, and disabled, female and male change rooms and showers. Construction is set to get underway very soon on the upgrade, with the club currently closed to the public.
Club secretary Andrew Edmunds said the redevelopment was an exciting time for the club.
“We are looking forward to the project being completed in early 2021,” he said.
“For the first time in our 40 year history we will have dedicated separate change facilities for disabled, male and female members,” he said.
“We will have a larger first aid room to treat patients and increased visibility of the beach will assist us in keeping the public safe.”
Mr Edmunds said the club house became a place of refuge during the New Years Eve Bushfires, and thanks to the upgrades would have improved facilities for the community to benefit from.
As part of the redevelopment, the club will also be providing space in the club for a café/kiosk operator.
“We’ve had some great people in the past run a kiosk for the enjoyment of our members and the public alike, and we’re looking forward to our new facility opening soon.”
“We will be offering a long term sub-lease of up to 10 years – which is a pretty exciting business opportunity.
“We hope that the successful operator would also be able to provide services to private and club functions such as presentations, weddings, training days and so on.”
The tender for the café/kiosk and functions opens Monday 16 November, with information packs available for download at www.brouleesurfersslsc.org.au