Swim Brothers Become Surf Lifesavers

A ground-breaking, culturally sensitive lifesaver training program culminated at Wanda Surf Life Saving Club on Sunday morning, 31 July, with a group of Muslim men completing training for their Bronze Medallions and becoming fully fledged volunteer lifesavers.

Lifesaving Reimagined at State Conference

More than 300 representatives from the state’s 129 surf clubs and 11 branches have re-defined what Surf Life Saving looks like in the future, how it can evolve to meet the needs of members and the community as the largest volunteer emergency service in NSW. 

Pool Champs Unveils New and Established Stars

The state’s swimming future is in safe hands after nearly 250 surf club associated athletes demonstrated their technical skills in the pool at the 2022 Surf Life Saving NSW Pool Rescue Championships at the Peninsula Leisure Centre in Woy Woy.

Hazardous Surf For Northern NSW

With hazardous weather conditions forecast to impact parts of northern NSW over the coming days, Surf Life Saving NSW is urging the public to exercise caution when visiting the coastline. ​

Festival Goers Urged to Observe Beach Safety

A perfect storm is brewing on the Far North Coast of NSW with music fans and holidaymakers set to descend on Byron Bay for Splendour in the Grass just as hazardous surf conditions are expected to hit the region. Surf Life Saving NSW has a simple message; swim between the red and yellow flags at a patrolled location.