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North Haven’s first volunteer Surf Life Saving club emerged in 1967 on Semaphore and Taperoo’s local beaches. North Haven Surf Life Saving Club creates a safe environment on and off our beaches, through patrols, training programs and education. Becoming a Patrolling Member of the North Haven Surf Life Saving Club offers huge benefits, including: Meeting local, like-minded people Full access to the gym and club facilities Exclusive invitations to our many and varied Club Social activities Entry into the weekly Members Draw Dinner and drink specials Training in Public Safety, First Aid and Aquatic Rescue techniques Opportunity to train in various water-craft The knowledge that you are making your local beach safe for your community. North Haven beach is the product of a major redevelopment of the northern part of the Adelaide coast. In the 1980’s North Haven Marina development excavated a large marina behind the beach, with two breakwaters to protect the entrance. The North Haven Beach which is 1.2 km long beach is wedged between the two breakwaters and has been slowly building seaward. The beach faces southwest, and is composed of fine sand, which together with the low waves, usually less than 0.5 m, produced a wide, flat firm beach, and wide shallow bar attached to the beach.