St George Sea Dragons

Safe Sustainable Selective Seafood

Welcome to the home of the St George Dragons

Welcome to the home of the St George Spearfishing and Freediving Club, a communication point for all activities conducted by the club. You will find information on future comps, results from previous comps, members contacts, dates for social dives & much more.

For more information regarding our club or activities please contact us via our contact us page.







Alliman Shield Champions

Congratulations 

St George Spearfishing Club - Winners of the Alliman Shield

2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011

Photos of 2010 winners at presentation march 2011

About Us

The St George Spearfishing and Freediving Club started back in 1956 and was one of the first spearfishing clubs in Australia. We always welcome new members and meet at


  from 7:30pm on the 3rd Monday of every month.

Sutherland District Trade Union Club
57 Manchester Road
GYMEA NSW 2227

Ph: 02 9540 1933
Fx: 02 9526 2420


 

Next Club meetings 2012 are on .. 

 Aug 20th, Sept 17th, Oct 15th, Nov 19th (AGM), Dec 17th (Xmas Party)


AT Gymea Tradies 7.30 pm
(some members have drinks/dinner earlier in the bistro from 6pm- all welcome the kids club is open for members for $3)



Topics vary from Spearfishing the FAD's to how to hunt different species or locations but most of all, it's a great way to meet new spearo's, learn where the latest hot spot is and who know's maybe even get a boat ride with another keen spearo!

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Disclaimer

Spearfishing and freediving are inherently risky activities. In addition to the risk of death or injury posed by Shallow Water Blackout, currents, shark attacks, drowning, entanglement and boating accidents, it heavily taxes your cardio-vascular, respiratory and muscular systems.

To spearfish and freedive safely you should always obtain proper technical and physical training before attempting it.

This site was last updated : feb 2011

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