Surf Life Saving


Developing & Saving Lives


Dicky Beach Surf Life Saving Club (formerly known as North Caloundra SLSC) was established in 1950.

The rigid rules concerning public bathing (men and women bathing together) were relaxed around the turn of the century (1900). Surfing quickly became popular and drownings began to occur. Prior to, and immediately after World War II, Dicky Beach was only patrolled during the Christmas/New Year and Easter holidays by patrolling members from Metropolitan Caloundra SLSC at Kings Beach. In the early 1950’s, as the area around Moffat Beach and Dicky Beach became closely settled, the need for regular weekend patrols became obvious. 


Dicky Beach Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) is a non-profit community service organisation, situated on Queensland’s beautiful Sunshine Coast. The Club provides an essential emergency rescue service to beach-goers, creating a safe environment both on and around Dicky Beach. Throughout its history, the club has proudly held intact its vision of “Zero Preventable Deaths” within our patrol environs. In addition to emergency rescue and medical services, our volunteer members provide the following community services:

– Preventative programs to ensure beach visitors avoid danger (surveillance, safe swimming area, shark alarm, identification of rips, stinger sweep, and first aid);
– Surf safety information through community education programs;
– Youth development programs; and
– Healthy lifestyle programs.

Steeped in the rich tradition of the Australian Surf Life Saving movement the Dicky Beach Surf Life Saving Club has seen many young men and women pass through the ranks and go on to become world class champions and active, committed and generous members of our community. Interested in learning more? Click below.

Total Number of Patrolling Hours By Dicky Beach Volunteers Last Season

Congratulations to all Dicky Beach boat crews who rowed on the weekend. With notable congratulations to both the Tooshies and Flashbacks winning …

Congratulations to all Dicky Beach competitors who competed at Maroochydore on the weekend. An excellent display of teamwork, whilst achieving some great …

Congratulations to all Dicky Beach competitors who competed at Oceans 38 on the weekend, achieving some amazing results; especially in the teams …

On behalf of Dicky Beach Surf Lifesaving Club, we wish to congratulate Alan Seeney, on recently being appointed a Life Member of …


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