We love Collaroy!

The board recognise:

  • Importance of directors and staff collaborating to take a hands-on role at community events

  • A strong link between healthy, outdoor activity and good civic behaviour in young people

  • Importance of establishing a recognised and branded partnership between community events and the club

  • Capitalising on the club’s unique location

  • Taking an entrepreneurial approach to community events.


Thus, The Beach Club has developed and supported many significant community events using the beach as a backdrop; e.g. Collaroy Sub Branch Anzac Day Dusk Service, Family Christmas Carols and the Annual Charity Golf Day supporting Bear Cottage.


In addition, the club supports many other organisations over and above ClubGRANTS contributions; Heart Kids Research, Sydney Children's Hospital Christmas Party, Clubs in the Community Fundraiser and Charity Bowls Day, Warringah Disability Service (disabled surfers), Collaroy Plateau Public School, Cromer Senior Campus, Northern Beaches Interchange (disability support), Queensland Flood Appeal, Mona Vale Hospital, Club Friday (disability service) and Responsible Service of Alcohol training for schools.

Fundamental Objective

To plan for the future viability of the club whilst being mindful of the uniqueness of the club and its membership. A community partnership should:

  • Raise the profile, standing and reputation of the club within the community;

  • Engage young people, teach the importance of team work and encourage positive behaviours;

  • Be inclusive of minority groups that contribute to Collaroy’s community, culture, education, health and sporting involvement as well as events of significance;

  • Encourage excellence, innovation and inclusiveness in community participation;

  • Provide opportunities for the board, staff and club members to volunteer and/or collaborate; or

  • Allow additional revenues to be raised to support the funded organisation. 

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2022 Donations  and Support

The Beach Club supported the event helping to raise $23k which will go towards assisting in the provision of more opportunities for the intellectually disabled people in the community

We have also shown support through donation to the Can Too Foundation and Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School

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Bush Fire Appeal

The Beach Clubs Sub Clubs (Snooker, Golf & Fishing Clubs) along with the Collaroy Surf Club donated all the money raised from raffles during January.  Along with donations from our members they have raised $3738.​

The Beach Club has matched this figure & therefore has donated $7476. to the Bush Fire Appeal.

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Anzac Day Dusk Service

Every year on Anzac Day, The Beach Club manages one of the only Dusk Services in NSW. The April 25 service is a moving commemoration befitting the importance of the day and involves many representatives from the community. The club supplies food and beverage for those who participate in the formal march as well as dignitaries, police and cadet unit representatives.


A representative from the local cadet unit gives a speech to the assembled parade and spectators. This is followed by the laying of the wreath at sea by the Collaroy SLSC Boat with oars raised. The club’s directors and managers provide assistance for veterans onto and off the beach.


Gotcha 4 Life

Gotcha4Life is Australia’s mental fitness charity, working to end suicide by delivering programs that create meaningful mateship, build emotional muscle, and strengthen social connection in local communities.


Gotcha4Life was established as a not-for-profit foundation by media personality Gus Worland in 2017.


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Long Reef Cricket Club

Long Reef Cricket Club participates in the Manly Warringah Cricket Competition in the Northern Beaches. The Club has been established since 1991 and currently has 5 teams.

Still got Ashes fever? Looking at throwing on the whites this summer?

Why not enjoy a game of competitive cricket followed by a relaxing debrief at the Beach Club Collaroy!

After nearly 30 years, Long Reef Cricket Club welcomes players of all abilities to join our growing club. Proudly sponsored by the Beach Club Collaroy.


2017/18 saw Long Reef Cricket Club go back to back with First Grade premierships, runner up in Second grade and a Fifth grade premiership along with back to back T20 competition wins. Our club was also heavily involved with both the Martin and Telegraph Shield representative teams.

When you join Long Reef Cricket Club, the enjoyment doesn't end when you step off the oval. A full mid-season social calendar coupled with post and preseason trips will keep you entertained.


Pre-season training takes place on Sundays at 10am at Lake Park, Narrabeen and continues every Sunday until the season commences in mid-September.

Whether you're a tearaway quick, a stoic opener, a dashing stroke player, creative spinner or even a professional fielder - we have the team for you! We're looking to field teams in all grades of the MWCA competition this season, so feel free to get in touch via longreefcc@gmail.com




Collaroy SLSC

Collaroy Surf Life Saving Club is one of the largest clubs on the Northern Beaches, with over 600 members, and one of the largest in New South Wales. It boasts numerous Australian, NSW and branch Champions in its membership.


The Beach Club Collaroy is a Platinum sponsor of this iconic surf club. We work closely with the surf club putting on many community events in the park and on the beach.



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Sargood Foundation

Sargood is a world class residential and holistic educational centre for people living with a spinal cord injury. Sargood is comprised of 17 fully equipped apartments, where families can also stay to share the learnings of adjusting to home and community life following spinal cord injury.


It will equip people with the skills and confidence needed for new challenges. Helping people live independently, get a job, managing relationships and taking part in the community.



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SLS Northern Beaches Branch

The Branch consists of the 21 Surf Clubs on Sydney's Northern Beaches, from Manly's North Head to Barrenjoey Head on Palm Beach. SLS vision is to provide a valued Surf Life Saving service to the community of Sydney Northern Beaches.



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Young Guns Surf Boat Racing

Held in January, The Beach Club Collaroy is a major sponsor for the world's premiere Surf Boat Racing event for under 19's & under 23's. Young Guns attracts thousands of young, active people to Collaroy Beach. 



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Pittwater Pinks Dragon Boat Racing

Pittwater Pinks Dragon Boat team is based in Bayview and is an amazing group of 31 paddlers, all breast cancer survivors. They enjoy participating in the Dragons Abreast Festival, Dragon Boats NSW regatta series and have a lot of fun travelling to country NSW, interstate and international events.



Beacon Hill Football Club

The soccer or football division of the BHYC has grown substantially in the past few years with membership in 2015 of 1200 players. 36 junior teams, 28 youth teams and 25 senior teams. Included in these numbers are 21 womens teams. Beacon Hill soccer has always strived to be competitive and to adhere to the principles of fair play and FUN!


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Collaroy Cromer Strikers

Collaroy Cromer Strikers Football Club (CC Strikers) is one of the largest football clubs in the Manly Warringah Football Association (MWFA) district.  The Club is committed to promote and develop football (soccer) for all its members (from Under 6's up through sub-junior and junior ranks, into senior ladies and men's competition and through to over 35s divisions).  Players in the Club range from ages six to 60!



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Lions Club of Manly Inc

Helping your community locally and globally, supporting medical research, youth, people with a disability, disaster relief, fundraising for worthwhile causes.

Lions Clubs are part of community life, in the cities and in the country.  Clubs are easily identified by their distinctive Logo, the trademark of our International Association, and the 'We Serve'; motto. ​


Lions Australia is part of an international association, filled with people who are joined by the common desire to make their communities better, by using their creativity, enthusiasm and energy.