Club Membership is open for application from any person (over 6 years old), that is able to assist the Club in its goals, which are primarily patrolling our designated beach (Bulcock Beach, Caloundra), and educating members and the public in water safety and life saving techniques. The Club is not affiliated with Surf Life Saving Australia (SLSA), and is independent of SLSA, being affiliated with The Royal Life Saving Society Queensland Inc. Whilst our operations, training and manuals are very similar (in many cases almost identical), the Club operates under The ‘Royal Life Saving’ umbrella and qualification framework.
The Club is relatively small in size having approximately 40 senior members, 40 junior members, and 40 social members (which varies from season to season), however we are well equiped and friendly. The core of Club membership is either young members (6 to 16 years), or members aged over 30 years. Members of Surf Life Saving Clubs may join (and do not normally need to obtain permission from their Surf Club), and in most cases the Club will recognise SLSA qualifications.
The Club is vary active in pool life saving competitions, in particular members compete at the Royal Life Saving State and National Championships, also members of the Club compete at the World Life Saving Championships conducted by ILS, and have won medals at most events over the last 15 years.
If you are interested in joining, or would like more information about the Club, please contact the Club Club Captain (refer to Contact Us page).