Life Saving Information
Surf lifesavers are Australians for life. A surf lifesaver is a trained volunteer that patrols our beaches on the weekends. They undertake a number of roles including aquatic rescues, providing first aid and emergency care and providing surf safety information to the public.
Becoming a surf lifesaver is satisfying, fun and rewarding. You can lead a fit and healthy lifestyle, become trained in aquatic safety skills, make new mates, compete in surf sports, and give something back to your local community. You may also help save someone’s life one day.
Further information on patrols can be found by clicking onto the Patrol Tab. Members who are not allocated to a patrol should contact the PATROL OFFICER via the office firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com who will then allocate you to a patrol group. To be eligible for patrols, you must complete one of the awards below:
- SURF RESCUE CERTIFICATES
- BRONZE MEDALLION
- FIRST AID
If you would like to do any of these courses please go to our Education page for more information.
Beach Committee Contacts
Lifesaving Director - Garry Bunford
Lifesaving Officer - Shelley Gardiner
IRB Officer - Evan Bunford
Education - Paul Berry
First Aid - Stephen Thomas
Gear and Equipment - Craig Gamble
Patrol Roster - Leif Hinrichsen