Today, Surf Life Saving Tasmania has over 2300 members providing lifesaving services for the community.

Surf Life Saving Tasmania comprises a State Centre, Surf Life Saving Clubs, Marine Rescue Units and services located around the coastline and over 2300 members who are all committed to saving lives and positively impacting on their local communities.

Services that Surf Life Saving Tasmania provide include:

  • 15 Surf Life Saving Clubs providing volunteer patrol services on weekends during DEC-MAR
  • The weekday patrolling services at Clifton  and Sandy Bay Beach during the summer school holiday period
  • The Beach to Bush program that provides surf awareness and education opportunities to every Grade 1 and 2 student in Tasmania
  • Surf awareness and education programs for primary and secondary schools
  • CoastSafe Services, providing internationally recognised coastal risk management
  • Rescue Water Craft (jet-skis) for surf rescue operations in the south east
  • 3 Volunteer Off-shore rescue units
  • Community training in surf awareness, first aid and CPR
  • Joint initiatives with Marine and Safety Tasmania promoting safer boating and PWC use
  • Working with Tasmanian Government to provide safer access for people with disabilities and mobility issues

Surf Life Saving is a unique and essential proactive service. To become involved please contact us by emailing or call (03) 6216 7800.