Volunteer Surf Lifesavers

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Volunteer Surf Lifesavers 

Volunteer surf lifesavers can be seen wearing red and yellow uniforms and assist council lifeguards with beaches patrol on weekends and public holidays during peak school holidays and summer season. The surf lifesavers are all members of Surf Life Saving Australia and belong to one of the Bate Bay Surf Lifesaving Clubs - Cronulla, North Cronulla, Elouera or Wanda.

Cronulla's beaches are proudly supported by these Surf Lifesaving Clubs that run a range of community based activities including nippers, surf patrols, sporting events, training and accreditation activities.

For information on club programs, function hire and memberships, contact the local surf lifesaving clubs.

Cronulla
9523 5300
North Cronulla
9523 5846
Elouera
9523 7295
Wanda
9523 4343

Surf Patrol Information - visit Beachsafe 

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