Surf Life Saving Queensland
Surf Life Saving Queensland which was formally established in 1930, has developed into a ground-breaking and highly innovative organisation who pride themselves on keeping beachgoers safe on Queensland beaches. SLSQ has 57 established surf lifesaving clubs with members patrolling 8,000 kilometres of the Queensland coastline from Port Douglas to Rainbow Bay. More than 34,000 Queenslanders are volunteers of a surf lifesaving club. The organisation encompasses several diverse arms including lifesaving services, community education, membership services, surf sports, fundraising and commercial training, all contributing to our vision of zero preventable deaths in Queensland public waters.