Get involved with Surf Life Saving

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Becoming a volunteer surf lifesaver is a rewarding experience

If you're driven by helping people, want to get involved in volunteering and the beach is your second home - then consider becoming a volunteer surf lifesaver.

You could save a life

Remember going to the beach when you were little? The towering red and yellow flags your parents told you to make sure you stayed between, and surf lifesavers in their uniforms not too far away, watching over the beach and making sure everyone was safe in the water. You probably wondered what it takes to become a surf lifesaver and how they got to that position. By training to become a volunteer surf lifesaver, you could be the next person to pull someone out of the water and experience the rewarding feeling of having saved a life in danger.

If you would like to learn more, contact your Surf Life Saving Club of choice.

Join Nippers

Nippers is an education program designed for children to gain new skills and confidence at the beach, make new friends and have fun. Best of all, the skills that they learn stay with them for a lifetime and could even save a life.

Nippers is suitable for ages 5 to 13, and runs from October to March - usually on a Sunday morning (check with your local club for details).

Learn First Aid

Surf Life Saving has been saving lives for over 100 years. You know that you can count on the red and yellow to look out for you at the beach.

But, did you know that you could learn lifesaving skills from the experts with our range of First Aid Courses?

Join a club

A great way to get involved with Surf Life Saving and your local community is to join a club. Our clubs love welcoming new members and there’s always plenty to do, from helping out with a weekend BBQ to learning how to save a life. To find out more and get in touch with your local club, search for them through the directory.

Guardians of the Surf

Your monthly donation will help train new surf lifesavers, improve the skills of our current volunteers and help us replace equipment that is constantly exposed to the harsh Australian conditions.

Become a Guardian of the Surf