In the spirit of commemoration on the 103nd anniversary of ANZAC Day, the ANZAC Eve Youth Vigil was conducted (for its 19th consecutive year) at the South Australian National War Memorial, North Terrace, Adelaide on Tuesday 24th April 2018. 21 youth volunteers aged between 13-18 years represented Surf Life Saving SA at the Vigil (pictured).Read More
Students from Suneden Special School hit the water with the help from Seacliff Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) during the months of March and April 2018. Some of the students had never been to the beach before or experienced swimming in the sea. Volunteers from Seacliff SLSC gave up their time on Tuesday mornings to enable the sessions to take place. The 8-week program allowed the students to enjoy the beach and learn new water safety skills.Read More
The Lifesaving World Championships relies heavily on a dedicated team of volunteers who work behind the scenes to ensure the event is a success.
We have opportunities across a range of areas, including water cover and first aid, operations, guest services and administration.
You don’t have to be an active member of a surf lifesaving club – you just have to be eager, reliable and willing to put your hand up.
Volunteers are provided with a uniform, meals during shift, an accreditation pass to access transport and social programs and of course memories that will last a lifetime!
We need volunteers across a range of areas:
· Water Cover and First Aid (click here for more info)
· Beach venue operations (click here to express interest)
· Administration, Accreditation, Hospitality, General Operations (click here for more information)
Please contact the LWC team for more information—firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 08 8354 6900Read More
50 years on from the Battle of Coral many Vietnam Veterans gather. The aim to commemorate 50 years on since Australia’s ‘mini Tet Offensive’ of Vietnam War will highlight the role of the Battle and the bravery of Australian troops in the Vietnam War. In this battle Australia’s grit, enterprising nature, determination and resilience were on show. It was a tough battle illustrating Australia’s efforts, against the odds, to protect each other and ‘hold the line’.
It is fitting a local hero is celebrated in this year at the Australian War Memorials Last Post Ceremony, May 25. Just like the Battle of Coral our hero is not known to many. His quiet unassuming role is atypical of those our hero who served and those our hero served with. Some 49 years on the since his passing on those ‘bloody battlefields of Vietnam’. Private Alexander Remeljej (Rem, to his mates) and Glenelg Surf Life Saving Club Member will finally be reunited with some of his 5 RAR and Glenelg Surf Life Saving Club Members (GSLSC) after being killed in Vietnam in 1969.Read More
On behalf of the SLSSA Lifesaving Department, I would sincerely like to thank all of our lifesavers, lifeguards, members of our EOG team (Emergency Operations Group) and all of the club members that assisted in patrol duties over the season. This season has been one of our safest on the beaches for a number of years and in no small part is that due to the efforts of the volunteers that don the uniform week in, week out. THANK YOU!Read More
The Wiltja Surf Life Saving Program is an SLSSA funded program delivered through Henley SLSC. It is designed to promote engagement with the Aboriginal community and has been running since 2008.
This season the number of boys and girls completing their award has doubled to 10 boys and 5 girls.Read More
Nominations are Now open for the 2018 Life Life Saving SA Awards of Excellence
The purpose of the awards is to recoginise and reward members who have made an outstanding contribution to the delivery and development of Surf Life Saving activities.
Applications close on the Monday 29th May 2018.
Nominations for Life Memberships, Hall of Fame and Meritorious awards must be submitted no later than Friday 25th May 2018.
Almost 3000 Surf Sports athletes will test their mettle at State Championship events over the next month in South Australia. The State Championship events offer 537 individual events catering for participants aged 7 to 87 representin 20 Surf Life Saving Clubs from across the State.Read More
Local Supply are stoked to announce that they are now the official on patrol sunglasses for Surf Life Saving. Designed for lifesavers, the sunnies feature the iconic red and yellow SLSA club cap on the outside arms and 100% UV protective polarized lenses that come as standard.Read More