Wednesday Club Run
Starts 6:30pm from Gunnamatta Bay Clubrooms (left hand side of the Pavillion)
This is a great opportunity to catch up with other club members for a run and a chat.
The group is lead by the Run Captain and is around Cronulla beaches, reserves and the bay. Course varies each week and has varying distances up to 8km.
‘A’ pack runs with the Run Captain and the ‘B’ pack (mid pace and Junior Pack) runs a slightly shorter distance, again with a pack leader.
Bring some money and stay for a drink and a chat afterwards.
Weekend Bunch Ride
Sunday, 6am from Sutherland bike track
The weekend bunch ride caters for Intermediate through to Advanced riders. The group travels as one through the built up area along the Princes Highway to Waterfall. After Waterfall, the group splits into two packs depending on skill level and numbers.
Remember lights, spares and nutrition and brush up on the CTC bike pack rules.
Request more information from our Bike Captain below or check the Facebook Members page for ride confirmation each week.
Beginners Bike Skills
Saturday, 8am from Kurnell Post Office
This fortnightly session is about gaining confidence and skills.
It is designed for those new to the Club or for those building up to riding in a pack. We also cover bike handling skills.
Wear your cycling gear, helmet and bring a drink bottle. Bring some spare change for a coffee afterwards.
Request more information from our Bike Captain below or check the Facebook Members page.Request Info
Monday afternoons (4:30pm) October to March
Over Summer, Junior sessions are held for ages 5 years+. Junior training sessions include a Monday afternoon bike skills at 4.30pm – 5.45pm at the Sutherland bike track.
At times this is a brick session, with running and biking, so bring along appropriate shoes and a helmet and drink.Request Info
Weekly Social Ocean Swim
Friday evening ocean swims (October – March) – Meet at the steps at South Cronulla by 6pm.
Although we will always endeavour to have a paddle-boarder with us, members should recognise
(a) their ability to swim these distances unaided and without safety personnel and
(b) the conditions on a given day,
Please wear a bright swim cap for safety.
We require that all swimmers sign our safety waiver every Friday. If you are able to be the paddler to accompany our swimmers or for any questions, speak to Adam Hummerston.
Depending on numbers we split into groups with the main swim (A) out and around Shark Island, a (B) swim goes out to the yellow buoys (1.2km) and (C) swim to the Surf Club buoy (400m).
These are wetsuit (and/or fins) optional swims.Request Info