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2 January 2014


Nippers set to pack Cosy Corner


Torquay’s Cosy Corner will be host to over 1500 competitors and their families for Life Saving Victoria’s biggest junior Nipper carnival of the year tomorrow, Friday 3 January, 2014.

Starting at 9am, teams and individuals with battle in the surf and sand in countless events including beach flags, sprints, foam board relay, aqua cameron and the iconic ironman and woman.

LSV Aquatic Sport Junior Coordinator, Luke Gavin encourages everyone to show their support and attend the Cosy Corner Carnival 9am – 4pm, Friday 3 January.

“It is a great opportunity to head down to the beach with friends and family for an action-packed day out,” he said.

“Nippers is an excellent way for children to make friends, be active, enjoy the beach and develop lifesaving skills in a safe and welcoming environment.”

The celebrated Cosy Corner Carnival has been running for over 20 years and continues to attract a growing crowd every year.

“In Victoria we have almost 10,000 Nippers aged between six and 13 years, who hit our beaches as part of the Junior Development Program each summer,” said Mr Gavin.


Media opportunity – Cosy Corner Carnival:

WHAT: Cosy Corner Carnival – LSV’s biggest junior nipper carnival
WHEN: 9:00am, Friday 3 January 2014

WHERE: Torquay front beach, The Esplanade, Torquay
WHO: Over 1500 future lifesavers and their families

Event program:

Venue map:

Visit administration tent: LSV Admin is generally based under a blue 3x3m pop up tent in a central location – see venue map above.


Sign in: We ask all media to sign in and receive a wristband. Please present Working with Children Check or provide name and organisation details. Once wristband is obtained, you are free to take pictures and footage as required. If interviews are required, please see LSV staff to organise. Stay as long as you like (no sign out necessary)