Become a Lifesaver

Become a Lifesaver


surf-life-saving-aus Becoming a surf lifesaver is satisfying, fun and rewarding. You can lead a fit and healthy lifestyle, become trained in aquatic safety skills, make great friends, compete in surf carnivals and events, and give something back to the community.Who knows… you may actually help save someone’s life one day.Surf Lifesaving offers plenty of opportunities to gain skills and qualifications in lifesaving and associated activities. Some of the many areas you can obtain qualifications in are:

  • Surf Rescue Certificate (if under 15)
  • Bronze Medallion
  • Resuscitation
  • First Aid
  • IRB Operations
  • Defibrillation
  • Emergency Care
  • Radio Operations

……..and many more, from cadets, basic operations through to advanced levels, and you can even become an instructor.

Join today and start on the road to gaining valuable skills and to begin making your contribution to making the beach safer.

About Patrols

Narrabeen Beach SLSC provides voluntary patrols of the beach each weekend & public holiday from the last weekend in September to the last weekend in April. The patrol hours are from 9am to 4pm throughout October & April, & from 9am to 5pm at all other times.

Our patrolling members gave up 4,708 hours of their time on the beach and performed 7 rescues, 171 first aid treatments, and 646 preventative actions, with 18 beach closed days  in the 2016/17 season.Rob on patrol

At Narrabeen Beach, on average, each volunteer patrols approximately half a day every three weeks. The club regularly runs bronze & other training courses & anybody interested in becoming a Narrabeen Beach lifesaver should contact us at or 0408 319 638


Patrol requirements

As part of a patrol team you have a basic obligation to attend your rostered patrols. If you are unable to do so you should always arrange for a substitute to attend in your place. Preferably, someone with the same qualifications as yourself. Always let your patrol captain know about any substitutions.