2016 & 2018 Australian Club Of The Year
After a successful 50th reunion celebration, presented by Wayne “Rabbit” Bartholomew, the club was further recognised on the national stage with the prestigious honour of being named Boardriders club of the year for 2016 and also getting the award again in 2018.
Without the support of the community and past and future sponsors this simply wouldn’t be possible and as you’ll see by our following list of achievements, we plan on continuing to position ourselves as one of the Coffs Coast most revered sporting clubs.
The Australian boardriders club whose outstanding performances in the water has been matched by contributions of all kinds to the benefit of its wider local community.
1st Place – 2019 VISSLA & SISSTREVOLUTION WOMENS KIRRA TEAMS CHALLENGE
1st Place – 2019 STRADDIE ASSAULT TEAMS CHALLENGE
1st Place – 2019 STRADDIE ASSAULT CLUB SPIRIT AWARD
2nd Place – 2019 NUDIE AUSTRALIAN BOARDRIDERS BATTLE NORTHERN NSW Page
Finalist – 2019 NUDIE AUSTRALIAN BOARDRIDERS BATTLE
20TH BARNEY MILLER CLASSIC 2019
1ST OPEN WOMENS 1ST U18 BOYS 1ST U14 GIRLS
1ST O50 MENS 1ST U12 BOYS1ST 1ST U10 BOYS
7th place – 2019 Nudie Australian National Boardriders Battle Final 2019
Qualified for 2020 Nudie Australian Boardriders Battle Final – Newcastle Feb 2020
Winner – Club of the Year against all Sports Clubs on the North Coast Page
CHBC Participation & Promotion of Community Events
Applied and received The Local Sports Defibrillator Grant Program which allocates $4 million over 4 years to assist sporting clubs across NSW in the purchase and maintenance of Automated External Defibrillators (AED’s). The Royal Lifesaving Association was then contracted by our club to implement a CPR seminar for our club members. The funding paid for half the cost and CHBC funded the balance. The AED is now stored within our trailer and is on location at each club competition and event.
Judging Course held by certified Pete Lancaster for all club members in 2019
Naru Indigenous Memorial event: Supported the Indigenous surfing event – the Naru Surf Gathering in memory of the former indigenous Australian Surfing Team Captain – Eric Mercy. Bringing awareness to mental health and suicide prevention
Catering support for Australian Boardriders Battle North Coast Region
Support for the FIGHT FOR THE BIGHT campaign
Hosted Mick Fanning and the Rip Curl Day. Mick came to CHBC end of year presentation to award all winners
Catering and support for the Woolworths Surfer Grom Comp – CHBC achieved 3 finalists
Catering and support for the Ocean and Earth NSW Regional Titles
Supported the Hurley Surf afternoon and pizza with Kai Lenny from Hawaii.
Assisted Coffs Harbour City Council with a review of improving beach safety and lifeguard service.
Assisted Surfing NSW in a case study into running a Australian Boardriders Club and our successes.
Proudly initiated the world first competitive intellectual and disabled division for our monthly club competitions (Division B)
$2000 funding for 4 junior club members to participate in the Aussie Titles 2019.
Club outsourced and financed for private performance coaching from Martin Dunn and Western Australian State Surf Coach Jarrod Davies for our junior athletes leading into the Australian Titles.
4 x CHBC junior surfers selected and financed for private Hurley High Performance Camp in 2019
Donated many surfboards to ABCARE (Aboriginal Guardian Organisation). ABCARE care for Guardians of the State to promote surfing as a healthy lifestyle for children living without their biological parents due to violence, drug and alcohol abuse.
Sponsorship Management hitting new heights: $38.5k per year cash / $20.5k per year product to assist us with all our achievements in the year.
Raised over $17000 from annual CHBC Golf Fundraising Day (including auction) to assist CHBC for all financial support given throughout the year
The club raised over $2000 to support local surfboard shaper Richie West’s family with his passing and long battle with cancer.
Coffs Harbour City Council Marketing department has reported figures on the Billabong Oz Grom Cup to the Coffs Harbour Boardriders Club:
4950 visitor room nights
Economic Benefit over 5 year period $3 316 500.00 **2018 statistics
CHBC Goals Achieved
Successful Junior Development program weekly coaching by Lee Winkler and Pete Lancaster
4 junior members participated in the National Aussie Titles in WA
Full ownership of freehold property used as clubhouse/storage facility/junior training and performance centre
Established and developed clubhouse training facility with an onsite Personal Trainer – available to all club members.
Billabong OZ Grom Cup – April 2019
The Billabong OZ Grom Cup presented by Flight Centre – This event was formulated, instigated & implemented by Coffs Harbour Boardriders Club. It is continued to development as a prestigious Junior event. 9 divisions and attracts over 240 National and International surfers. Billabong have adopted the event into their 4 event National Billabong Bloodlines Series along with Taj’s Small Fries, Occy’s Grom Comp and Parko’s Grom Stomp. The event is supported and advertised across major media TV/Radio stations nationally
**Note Coffs Harbour City Council statistics under heading “Community Financial Support”