Dicky Beach SLSC
Dicky Beach SLSC beams even brighter
The shipwreck on the shore of Dicky Beach is a constant reminder of the power of the ocean. No one knows this more than the surf life savers of Dicky Beach SLSC who commit their time and energy to ensuring the beach is a safe place for all.
Dicky Beach SLSC overlooks Dicky and Moffat beaches, just north of Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast. The club members have seen the surf club transform from the two storey fibro structure built in 1950 to the impressive building it is today.
The Dicky Beach SLSC already had a bold colour scheme. Club members decided to modernise the look through the paint supplied in the Dulux Surf Club Project. The royal blue colour used on the majority of the building is Dulux Mamala Bay. The new red section that protrudes from the edge of the building provides a great contrast to the blue in Dulux Red Stop. Dulux Smooth Beech provides balance to the colour scheme and allows the bold colours to accentuate the architectural features of the club.
Published on July 9, 2012.