PWC Clubhouse Update – 17/03/2022

Dear DUC and DSBC Members

The clubhouse will be open on Monday 21st March for the Human Rights Day public holiday. There will be live music on all three days of the long weekend.

The clubhouse opening hours are attached for your convenience and the club hours on Sunday 20th and Monday 21st will be according to the Sunday and Public holiday hours.

With School Holidays happening soon, there is a Kids Holiday Beach Camp planned for the 28th and 29th March. Please see end of email for details.

World Water Day – March 22nd

To raise awareness of the issues of water pollution and scarcity of fresh water supplies, the club is hosting some water related events in the coming week.

What’s Happening at the Club:

Saturday 19th March

  • Beach Clean Up 7am
  • 3pm to 7pm Saturday Sunset Session – Live Music with DJ Sbi
  • 4.30 pm to 6pm Happy Hour: 30% off members drink prices excluding soft drinks.

Sunday 20th March

  • 1pm to 5pm Sunday Party Vibes with live music by The Situation

Monday 21st March

  • 1pm to 5pm Human Rights Day celebration and awareness with Igal

This week’s menu specials Wed 16th March – Sun 20th

Wednesday 16th March

Burger Drink Special – Bacon / Cheese and Crispy Onion Ring Burger With a 440ml can of Priestly R 75

Thursday 17th March Club Night

Pork Belly Roast and vegetables R 95
Roast Chicken and vegetables R 75

Friday 18th March – Family Friday

Eisbein with vegetables R 98
Roast Beef and vegetables R 98
Pie Chips, coleslaw and Gravy!! Friday Only
Served with a Lemon Flying Fish Beer R 70

Sunday 20th March

Pork Belly Roast and vegetables
R 95
Crumbed Chicken with creamy lemon sauce and vegetables R 75


If you are wondering what to do with your kids in the school holidays, there will be a Kids Beach camp on 28 and 29 March. The camp will be run from Point Watersports Sports Club from 08h30 to 16h00 each day. The camp is targeted for children between 7 – 12 years old, and the cost of each camp is R700.00 per person.

This is an all-day program and therefore really value for money when you consider the other holiday programs out there. Supervision, activities, meals, and juice are included.

We will be adhering to COVID-19 regulations:

  • All children must arrive with a mask.
  • Temperatures will be taken on arrival.
  • The groups under each supervisor will be smaller.
  • Most of the activities are outdoors. Whilst indoors, social distancing and mask wearing will be compulsory.
  • Please do not send your children to the Kids Beach Club, if you feel the precautions are not adequate or the child/children are not well.

Activities are weather dependant and could be subject to change. The proposed programme is as follows:

28 & 29 March



Orientation & paperwork

08h30 – 09h00

Scavenger hunt

09h00 – 10h00

Beach Volleyball & Body Boarding

10h00 – 12h00


12h00 – 13h00

Walk along pathway to uShaka

13h00 – 13h30

Wet and Wild

13h30 – 16h00



Walk along pathway to uShaka

08h30 – 09h00

Snorkelling in the aquarium

09h00 – 10h30


10h30 – 12h00


12h00 – 13h00

Body Boarding

13h00 – 16h00

Beach Games

We will be limiting the number of children participating in the Beach Club, so please confirm asap if you want your child/children to participate. Only full payment confirms the booking. When booking please advise the name, surname, and age of the child.
For more information or to make a booking, please contact Beryl Evans, the program co-ordinator on or 082 5747871

We look forward to seeing you at the club

The PWC Team

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