Welcome to the Best Club on the Sunshine Coast
Need a pick up from home or accommodation house? The Courtesy Bus runs on Monday to Saturday from 5pm, and Sunday from 12 noon. Please phone the club on 5448 8605 for a pick up.
The club is open at 10am daily with visitors most welcome. Lunch and Dinner is served daily from 12 noon to 2pm and 6pm to 8pm.
The Belt & Reel Bistro caters for the family, with an excellent menu for kids and teenagers. We have the Beach Shack Kids Rooms which has the latest PlayStations and a Plasma TV ensuring the kids are never bored at Marcoola Surf Club.
Reservations are not required, but if you have a big party please phone the club on 5448 8605 and we will reserve a table. So you don´t miss out.
The Belt & Reel Bistro does cater for birthday parties and small functions. Please phone David on 5448 8605 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Sunday from 2.30pm - 5.30pm, following on from the 2pm raffles | NO cover charge | Bar Specials | Courtesy Bus
Belt and Reel Bistro and Bar
We offer a large range of Australian and imported wine, beer and spirits along with soft drinks and juices at Club prices. Members enjoy additional discounts.
The bar is open every day from 10am.
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On a sunny Sunday morning in 1969, Marcoola Beach Surf Life Saving Club was formed outside the Marcoola Beach kiosk. Interestingly, the Nipper Club was in operation before the seniors began their first patrol.
In its first season, the Club had only twenty-two members, but that year they placed third in the march past competition at Branch Titles and won 11 pennants across three surf sports carnivals.
This team were known as the Marcoola Dolphins, and because of this, the Club’s emblem has since been a dolphin.
In 1979, Marcoola formed the first Nipperette Club (females) on the Sunshine Coast. This was before women were officially allowed to join the movement. Branch officials were not impressed, and the Club was severely reprimanded.
Just one year later, in 1980, females were permitted to become full members of the Surf Life Saving movement and join their male counterparts in patrolling the beach.
The first clubhouse at Marcoola was completed in 1970, and it was a simple one- story fibro structure. The population of both the Marcoola community and the membership of the Club grew rapidly and a larger facility was soon needed,
o the old clubhouse was demolished and a new two-storey building was completed in 1984. A number of extensions have since been added.
In 2019, Marcoola SLSC will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a number of special events throughout the year. From its humble beginnings to the iconic club it has become today,
it’s been a wonderful journey and we invite members, past and new, and the community to join the festivities.