Dicky Beach Surf Life Saving Club
Established in 1950, 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.
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Important Dates For 2019/20
FINAL SKILLS MAINTENANCE DAY – SUNDAY 8TH DECEMBER 2019
SRC/Bronze Course – Feb/March 2020 – date to be advised
JAC General Meeting – Sunday 1st December 2019 at 11am – JAC General Meeting Agenda 1st Dec 2019
The Administration Office will be closed from 12pm Tuesday 24th December and reopening at 10am on Monday 6th January
General Meeting – 2nd February 10am
Save the Date – AGM and Annual Dinner – 13th June 2020