DYRSL Ladies Golf Club was formed as an alternative to the more serious ladies golf clubs on the Northern Beaches.
We play nine holes of friendly competition at the Long Reef course on Monday afternoons. Golf balls are awarded for weekly winners and trophies are awarded at the end of the year. The members enjoy regular social activities together as well as occasional golfing getaways. Our monthly meetings are held at Dee Why RSL.
Contact Jill Chambers 0400 347 841
The DYRSL Men’s Golf Club tees off every Sunday morning at first light all year round. We cater for all standards of golf and our handicaps are calculated by the rules set out by the Australian PGA.
We currently have around 24 to 40 members teeing off every week with handicaps ranging from 0 to 36. Members of DYRSL of all golfing abilities and ages are welcome to join us at our home course of Long Reef, as well as our annual weekend away.
We are grateful to receive a discount rate from DYRSL who kindly subsidise our fees. We encourage members to support DYRSL whenever possible, as the more we support the club the more they are able to support us.
Contact Chris Malicki 0402 434 136
The Dee Why RSL Swimming Club was established in 1947. Our swimming season runs from on the first weekend in October until Easter, and we swim every Sunday morning – rain, hail or shine.
If you’re looking to get fit, why not join us for a swim at the Dee Why rockpool. Registration is at 9.30am with swimming from at 10.00am. There are 50 and 30-metre races and a style race which is handicapped, so it doesn’t matter whether you’re fast or slow.
It’s good fun for all ages and all levels of swimming. We hold a monthly barbeque monthly, and there are visits to other clubs for interclub competition and social interaction. We also host an annual swimming carnival – Black Swan – where other clubs come to us. It’s always a great day and a wonderful opportunity to meet people. Come and join us! Cost: $10.00 joining fee, $2.00 weekly swim fee.
Contact Sam Pedrick 0400 578 367
For 50 years the Ice Picks have gathered at Dee Why rockpool to compete and socialise during the coldest months of the year. The season kicks off the first weekend after Easter and runs until September. New members are most welcome from 9.30am on Sunday mornings.
For more information visit the website.
The DYRSL Day Club for Seniors meets every Monday, 10.00am to 2.00pm at DYRSL (except for Christmas and New Year weeks and public holidays).
Our club is here for interested people who, due to age or frailty, have difficulty getting out into the community. Activities include games, entertainment and gentle exercises. Morning tea and lunch are provided at a small cost. Restricted transport is available.
Contact Jo Kemmler 02 8021 3511
We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.
Meetings are held on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Monday night of each month from 7.00pm. The joining fee is $84 for six months.
The DYRSL Touch Football Club competes in the Manly Warringah Touch Association touch football competitions held at Nolan’s Reserve at North Manly. We field one team in each of the Monday night men’s competitions, mixed competition and the Sunday open competition.
There are two competition seasons running each year with the winter competition played between March and August and the summer competition played between September and February. All adult players are required to be a member of DYRSL and fees are subject to the team entry fee and number of players. We hold end-of-season functions at DYRSL at the end of the summer and winter competitions.
Contact Robert Costello 02 9977 1981
The DYRSL Camera Club provides a positive environment for members of all skill levels to share their interest in photography and develop skills through presentations, lectures, workshops, competitions and social activities.
We meet every second Wednesday, alternating venues between DYRSL (Level 1 Function Room) and Nelson Heather Centre, Warriewood, from 7.30pm to 9.30pm, with a break for tea or coffee and a bit of socialising.
For information and venue schedule visit the website
or contact the secretary on 0467 412 123.