What is Surf Life Saving?

Surf Life Saving has been part of Australia since 1907.

An official surf life saver is a volunteer that has been trained and then continues to volunteer by taking part in beach patrols. Patrols can include aquatic rescues, first aid, emergency care and providing surf safety information to the public.

Being a volunteer surf life saver is both fun and rewarding. You can learn new skills, meet new people and contribute to your community.

How do I become a Surf Life Saver at the NSLSC?

All volunteer surf life savers must be members of the Normanville Surf Life Saving Club.

All life savers must have received their Bronze Medallion qualification and then each year, must be tested on proficiency.

For more information on becoming a Surf Lifesaver at the Normanville Surf Life Saving Club, please contact the Club Captain – Meg Baxter.

Beach Patrols

Beach Patrols commence on Saturday 7 November 2020 and conclude Monday 5 April 2021.

Patrol Hours are 1pm to 5pm on Sat, Sun & Public holidays
(1pm to 6pm in January).

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Our Programs

We have a range of activities for our members. From Nippers to Bronze Medallion training and weekly club swims.

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Beach Safety

Find out how to get updates directly to your phone through the BeachSafe app.
Get Beach & Sun Safety Tips.

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Bronze Medallion

All life savers must have received their Bronze Medallion qualification and then each year, must be tested on proficiency. We offer Bronze Medallion training each summer.

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Proficiency Testing

All life savers must have received their Bronze Medallion qualification and then each year, must be tested on proficiency.

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Emergency

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CALL: 137 873