South Australian Surf Lifesavers have experienced a dramatic spike in calls for assistance to drifting inflatable pool toys in the ocean this summer. On average, SA Surf Lifesavers have performed a rescue per week in relation to large inflatable pool toys this season.Read More
Surf Life Saving SA congratulates Janet Duhne OAM on receiving the Order Of Australia Medal and John Baker and Shane Daw on receiving the Emergency Services Medal in the 2017 Australia Day Honours.Read More
Surf Life Saving SA is seeking flexible and reliable individuals to join theSurfcom Emergency Operations Group — a critical component of the Support Operations Group that facilitates and coordinates a number of functions on behalf of SLSSA frontline members and services.
Involvement in the SurfCom Emergency Operations Group is open to suitably qualified members of all capabilities 15 years and over.
Based out of the Emergency Operations Centre at Surf Central, SurfCom presents an exciting, challenging and rewarding lifesaving pathway for those wanting to be part of Support Operations.
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Glenelg Surf Life Saving Club’s Anjie Collins made history at the weekend when she became South Australia’s first female boat sweep to compete at a carnival in the surf. “It was an awesome weekend, it was definitely the most fun that I have ever had in the boat” said Ms Collins.Read More
Surf Life Saving SA congratulates the members of the South Australian Surf Boat State Team on their selection and wishes them all well when they compete at the Interstate Surf Boat Championships on 17 February at Shell Harbour in NSW.Read More
The State and Representative Team Management Group (Bly Bayliss, Stephen Perry, Craig Nicholson and Penny McKenzie) along with support coaches and management (Andrew Chandler, Richie Cunningham – Development Team Coach, Murray Drummond, Anjie Collins and Claire Drummond) wish to announce and congratulate the following athletes who have been selected in the 2016/17 SLSSA State Team and 2016/17 Development Team.
We wish them well as they head to Queensland to compete in the Interstate Championships (State Team) and the Southern States Challenge (Development Team) in January. Good luck to them and the coaches.Read More
Channel 7 Brighton Jetty Classic Swim
Online Registration is Open - Sunday 5th February 2017 (forecast 27C, mostly sunny)
1500, 400 and 100 metre distances / Street Festivals and Stalls / Food / Bands, Music, Entertainment.Read More
Surf Life Saving SA CEO Clare Harris has been selected among the first female members of the Equal Opportunity Commission’s Chiefs for Gender Equity.
“I am delighted with the invitation to join the Chiefs for Gender Equity. I am passionate about equal opportunities for both genders in business and I am very optimistic that the political will and the current community investment in this issue is ready to make some significant and positive changes to the status of women professionally in South Australia” said Ms Harris.Read More
Surf Life Saving SA President John Baker was appointed Deputy National President on the weekend at the Surf Life Saving Australia National Board Meeting. His appointment is the first time a South Australian has ever held the office making him the highest ranking National Surf Life Saving officer ever to come from South Australia.
Mr Baker is looking forward to making a significant impact on the future of Surf Life Saving in Australia and continuing the current trajectory of growth, innovation and modernisation for the organisation. He said “it’s an exciting time and I’m looking forward to continuing to support the President Graham Ford and the ambitions of our membership”.