Surf Life Saving Far North Coast
We need a team of skilled and supportive members to not only patrol the Far North coast beaches, but to fill a number of other important roles.
You could be a coach, official, athlete, fundraiser, supervisor for our junior activities program, committee member, radio operator, trainer and assessor, or rescue boat driver. We even have roles for people who love to cook up a BBQ!
The list doesn’t stop there. Did we mention you can also join as long as you are five years of age?
You don’t even have to be a super fit swimmer! Nor do you have to get your toes wet if you don’t want to. As long as you have a positive attitude, you’ve got what it takes.
Become part of an Australian icon, and become a lifesaver! No matter if you are young or simply young at heart. There’s a role for everyone on and off the beach. You can make a difference in the safety of our beaches, and your community.
All sorts of people are surf lifesavers. They come from all walks of life, in all shapes and sizes. Surf lifesaving is built on volunteers who love the beach and their community, are looking for fun, fitness, and want new skills and challenges.
The Far North Coast Branch
The Far North Coast Branch combines ten surf lifesaving clubs and one Jet Rescue Boat Service from Yamba to the south and Fingal Heads to the north on the NSW / Queensland border, to find out more about your local surf life-saving club, just click on a location below: