Lifeblood of our club
Building a safer future for our beaches
Mooloolaba Surf Life Saving Club has over 500 active patrol members who volunteer their time each year.
From September to May each year our volunteers perform over 14,000 patrol hours between them on Mooloolaba Beach, as well as supporting surrounding clubs.
Combining the community service our members offer on patrol with the Council Lifeguard service, the beach is patrolled 7 days a week every day of the year.
Training is a vital part of the operation of the Lifesaving Club with all patrol members trained by our Volunteer Training Officers in lifesaving skills. These skills are updated each year to ensure a high standard is maintained. We also host a number of development camps for youth to ensure they are given the confidence and leadership skills required to lead a successful career in Surf lifesaving.
Our training, education and development efforts don’t finish at the club. We reach out into the community and offer surf safety and awareness talks to school groups and people visiting from interstate and overseas.
New Members welcome
The Mooloolaba Surf Life Saving Club, welcomes new members as we continue to build for the future.
Mooloolaba Surf Life Saving Club offers various activities for members from Nippers to Masters. Surf Sports offers the members a chance to test their skills both on the water and on the beach with ski and board paddling, swimming, beach sprints and flags, surf boats and also lifesaving skills tested at local, state and national carnivals each season.
For more information on The Mooloolaba Surf Life Saving Club and how you can get involved visit www.mooloolabaslsc.com.au or phone 07 5452 3712.