Point Lookout Surf Club is situated on a rocky headland on the north eastern tip of North Stradbroke Island. Members travel to the island by water taxi or vehicle ferry and then by road to the Clubhouse.
At Coochiemudlo we offer a program for both boys and girls from 5-13 years. Our nippers program is held every Sunday starting in September for approximately 3 hours on Main Beach, Coochiemudlo.
The Southport Surf Life Saving Club was established in 1924. Southport was one of the first Clubs in Queensland to establish a Junior Activities section and there are currently over 250 Nippers who participate in regular training sessions and competition each Sunday throughout summer. Our senior Club holds the proud record of “no lives lost between the flags” while on patrol.
Surfers Paradise SLSC
Surfers Paradise Surf Life Saving Club is without doubt one of the busiest beaches in Australia, completing double the annually recorded rescues of neighbouring Clubs. These results are testament to the phenomenal work carried our by our Volunteer Surf Life Savers and their invaluable contribution to our local community.
BMD Northcliffe SLSC
BMD Northcliffe Surf Life Saving Club was established in 1947 as a volunteer lifesaving club patrolling the beach just south of Surfers paradise on the Gold Coast. Over the years, BMD Northcliffe has developed into one of Australia’s premier Surf Life Saving Clubs, being undefeated at the Australian Surf Life Saving Club Championship point score since 2004.
The first clubhouse was built in the 1937/38 season. It must have been an impressive sight in those days, a two-storey structure in the midst of sand dunes. While the view of the ocean hasn’t changed, the current clubhouse is a far cry from the 1930’s when that dedicated group of young men from Brisbane chose Broadbeach as the one spot on the Gold Coast to patrol.
Kurrawa Surf Life Saving Club was formed in September 1958 and has a rich and rewarding history in both lifesaving and surf sports. Kurrawa is located in the heart of Broadbeach, Queensland and sees over 5,000 frequent Kurrawa Beach on a daily basis.
Mermaid Beach AEME SLSC
The Mermaid Beach AEME Surf Life Saving Club is located on Queensland’s Gold Coast, and forms part of the South Coast Branch of Surf Life Saving Queensland. This club is a unique organisation as it embodies two of Australia’s most instantly recognisable “icons”, the Digger and the Surf Life Saver. The reference to AEME in the club name acknowledges those responsible for its beginning, the soldiers of the Watercraft Workshops, Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Bulimba Brisbane.
Nobbys Beach SLSC
Nobbys Beach Surf Life Saving Club officially came into being in 1954. In the beginning, they were soldiers-in-training, stationed above one of the Gold Coast’s most popular family strips in a camp known as Brigadier MacArthur Onslow’s School of Bastardry. It was during the latter years of World War II and the training army officers established beach patrols to protect the tourists who had started flocking to Nobby Beach. When the war ended, so did the patrols and it would be almost another decade before they officially started again.
The Miami Beach Surf Life Saving Club was founded in 1947 by five men from Southport and Brisbane.
North Burleigh SLSC
North Burleigh is a friendly family oriented Club with established programs in all aspects of Surf Sports such as Board, Ski, Swim, Beach, IRB, and Nippers. The Club sees development of these areas as providing a pathway to further growth in the future of Surf Life Saving and development and is continually enhancing its performance in these areas.
Burleigh Heads Mowbray Park SLSC
Burleigh Heads Mowbray Park Surf Life Saving Club was formally founded in 1923. Since then we have developed and grown as an integral Surf Life Saving Club on the Gold Coast, which now has in excess of 1200 members.