Surf Life Saving Club
Broulee Surfers SLSC is home to a dedicated community of members united by a passion and respect for the ocean, who patrol the beach from September through to April.
Established in 1979 by Broulee Boardriders the club provides something for everyone. Our members patrol one of the Far South Coast’s wonderful beaches, undertake a range of training programs, earn their Bronze Medallion, build knowledge and skills in first aid, learn skills as Nippers, gain surf skills and fitness, take part in competitions and take part in many social activities.
The diversity of our members is our strength with our Lifesavers, Nippers, Associate Members and wider community working together to protect our beaches and provide an essential service to thousand of beach visitors.
Broulee Surfers SLSC is committed to the local community and our family friendly environment provides activities and opportunities for people of all ages.
Whether you love to catch a wave, want to learn some new skills, patrol the beach, compete or just enjoy the beach and being part of a community, there is a place for you at Broulee Surfers Surf Life Saving Club!
Requal info – Patrolling members
The dry land components of requal have commenced and will continue during patrols.
Water sections of the requal will be completed on Sunday 17 November at 8.30am.
A follow up smaller session will be held on Sunday 1 December at 8.30am. Any questions please email Wendy at [email protected]
Come and join other swimmers at 9.00am every Sunday – a little training now will make the Run-Swim-Run a whole lot easier.
The Rubber Duckie turns 50
– Surf Life Saving NSW
Surf Lifesavers celebrated a milestone anniversary of the Inflatable Rescue Boat (IRB) on 2 November 2019, 50 years to the day that the first prototype was trialled at Avalon Beach in Sydney in front of a sceptical crowd of onlookers.
Since it first took to the water in 1969, the Aussie innovation, coined the “rubber duck”, has been responsible for saving around 200,000 lives and is in service in at least 50 countries as a surf rescue craft.
Make a Donation
Last year, over 25,000 people visited our beach during patrol hours, our 175 volunteer lifesavers performed 187 preventative actions, 18 rescues, provided treatment for 30 first aid and 12 marine stings. In addition to our beach patrols we responded to several emergency calls and provided water safety for 413 Bay to Breakers Ocean swim competitors.
Your support ensures that our volunteers are always prepared to save lives and keep the beach safe.
Broulee Surfers Surf Life Saving Club is a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits commission.
Broulee Surfers is lucky enough to have some very generous sponsors from the local community. The following companies directly support Broulee Surfers to provide ongoing lifesaving services. Without the support of these sponsors, the club would not be able to provide the high quality services that we currently do.
For information on how to become a valued sponsor, please contact Wendy Law – Club Secretary