Surf Life Saving is an activity that has a wide range of participants from different backgrounds and ages who are all actively involved across difference levels. Youth are a significant and important cross section of Surf Life Saving as they represent not only the future of the movement but also a large make-up of the active patrolling membership.
Surf Life Saving Illawarra acknowledges the importance of youth and engagement of them to drive key programs and changes throughout Surf Life Saving. Surf Life Saving Illawarra aims to actively engage our youth members through development programs, decision making processes, focus groups and committees.
As Surf Life Saving Illawarra continues to drive change through out youth engagement strategy there will be updated information posted on this website for members to review, participate and comment on.
Appeal Week 2017
Every weekend on patrol, our volunteer Surf Life Savers save lives. Can you spot a rip or perform CPR? Would you sacrifice your summer weekends to make sure that others are safe?
Beach goers like you, have relied on Surf Life Savers to watch over you at the beach since 1907. But we can’t do it without you. We rely on your donations to continue saving lives.
Appeal Week is here again for another year, from 4 November to 11 November, with all 17 surf clubs participating, from Helensburgh Stanwell Park to Windang.
All money raised by surf clubs goes directly to the surf club.