17 April 2019
Don’t miss out on Tauranga’s premier corporate fundraising event for all the family and make sure you have a stake in the race this year.
With cash prizes to be won as well as the pride of your business at stake, this is the one charity event you to feather your nest with!
THERE ARE MANY GREAT PRIZES TO BE WON IN THE GENERAL DUCK RACE
First prize in the General Duck race - $1000
Second prize in the General Duck race - $500
Third prize in the General Duck race - $250
Plenty of spot prizes
No ducks are harmed in the process of raising funds for our vital Surf Life Saving Clubs who work tirelessly to keep all of us safe in the water in our beautiful seaside region.
Here's how you can be part of the spectacle!
Join the Corporate Duck Race - get the whole office behind this event by buying a larger duck for $200 + GST. Brand your duck, get a selfie with it for company social media posts and then get it back to the Strand before the race. Due to some questionable underwater action last year, we will have 2 winner for 2019, one for the ‘clean’ duck athlete (unassisted) and one for the duck who wins with a little powered help (assisted!). Put your teams’ ingenuity to the test!
Join the General Duck Race - "adopt" a duck for only $5. Adopt one for the whole family or one each and see which duck crosses the line first, Family pride will be on the line!
Join the Schools Duck Race - each school in Tauranga and the Western Bay will be offered a free duck for the Schools Duck Race.
Book Now to order your Duck!
EMAIL SARAH@SURSUMNZ.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION
VISIT WWW.EVENTSPRONTO.CO.NZ/DUCK19 TO SECURE YOUR DUCK NOW.Read Article »
08 April 2019
Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service is currently recruiting a number of roles, click through to read more.Read Article »
07 January 2019
With just two months’ worth of surf lifesaving training under his belt, Tauranga 13-year-old Ian Pugh relied mostly on instinct when he rescued a man from a rip last Friday.
15 December 2018
A teenaged rampage lit up surf lifesaving’s Dexion Mount Monster endurance race in Mount Maunganui today, with Declan Dempster and Ella Kingi becoming the youngest winners in the event’s sixth edition.Read Article »
05 November 2018
The Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service celebrated a very special milestone over the weekend, 50 years after the start of nippers at the club.Read Article »
05 November 2018
As the Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service's Nippers prepares to celebrate their 50th anniversary next month, local school ACG Tauranga in Pyes Pa is delighted to announce it will continue as primary sponsor of the Nippers programme for a second year.Read Article »
23 October 2018
The Tauranga Energy Consumers Trust has just announced an $800,000 contribution to both the Mount Maunganui and Papamoa surf clubs for their respective rebuild projects, just as the new patrol season starts.Read Article »
18 October 2018
With the completion of the 11-month build still on the horizon, plus a last-minute delay in opening the basement, the club’s voluntary patrols will operate out of containers and portacoms for the first few weeks of the season.Read Article »
02 October 2018
Mt Maunganui became the first club in NZ to launch the programme for young members in 1968.Read Article »
25 September 2018
Join us for a blind wine tasting event, raising funds for the Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service rebuild.Read Article »
25 September 2018
As it builds for the future the Mount Manganui Lifeguard Service (MMLS) is also embracing the future as it looks to a new donation pay system to help cover the costs of the rebuild.Read Article »
07 August 2018
It’s a moment seared forever into the mind of Megan Davis - her father Alan, breathless and exhausted, telling her to let go because he couldn’t keep afloat any longer.Read Article »
28 June 2018
A new patron has been announced for the Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service to help spearhead efforts to complete its new headquarters and embark on a new era.Read Article »
21 June 2018
The new state of the art Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service building reached a major milestone today with 46 truckloads (275 cubic metres) of concrete poured establishing the foundations which will hold the clubs new multi-purpose facility.Read Article »
25 May 2018
The Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service has a specialist fundraiser on board to help raise the $900,000 needed to complete their club rebuild.Read Article »
24 May 2018
Bones found yesterday at the Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service’s construction site proved to be a false alarm - but also a timely reminder of the area’s cultural heritage.
02 May 2018
A digger is just about to move in as the Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service building project enters its next phase.Read Article »
29 March 2018
Our club coach John 'Spindles' Bryant has continued his remarkable run of national championship success.Read Article »
05 February 2018
Big swells and busy beaches kept the Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service on their toes over the weekend, with five rescues and a number of responses.Read Article »
21 December 2017
The Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service's jet ski continues to prove its worth, as club coach John Bryant has discovered.Read Article »
16 December 2017
Hamish Miller scored a popular home-beach win in the 2017 Mount Monster, while Rachel Clarke took home the women's title.Read Article »
13 December 2017
Another record field is lining up for the fifth-annual Dexion Mount Monster this weekend, with intriguing elements set to make the race a cracker.Read Article »
05 December 2017
Surf lifesaving’s Mount Monster will open a new dimension next week, with the Mini Monster set to showcase the best junior talent around.Read Article »
12 October 2017
The next generation of Mount Maunganui lifeguards have been given a significant boost, with local school ACG Tauranga becoming the primary sponsor of the MMLS’s Nippers programme for the 2017/2018 season.Read Article »
05 March 2017
Mount Maunganui’s next generation of surf lifesavers have won the Oceans 17 New Zealand under-14 championships today.Read Article »
17 December 2016
Top Kiwi ironwoman Danielle McKenzie has won her second Mount Monster women's title, while Australian Luke Cuff captured the men's race in a dramatic sprint finish.
15 December 2016
The Aussie contingent in this weekend’s New Zealand’s biggest surf lifesaving race - the Mount Monster - will have some handy local knowledge to draw on.Read Article »
09 December 2016
New Zealand’s biggest surf lifesaving race has taken another giant leap forward, with next week’s fourth Mount Monster endurance event boasting a record field with a distinct international flavour.Read Article »
09 November 2016
The Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service has broken through the $1 million mark in fundraising for a new world-class, multi-use base.Read Article »
25 October 2016
The 2016-17 surf lifesaving season got off to a brillantly sunny start at Labour Weekend.Read Article »
06 September 2016
Mount Maunganui's champion surf lifesavers have created more history, taking their club to the national pool rescue title in Auckland over the weekend.Read Article »
06 June 2016
Mount Maunganui Lifegurd Service stalwart Kent Jarman has become a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the Queen's Birthday Honours.Read Article »