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 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.

View our Dates & Events on the calendar page.

World Champions!

Congratulations to our Female boat crew, Victoria, Luca, Kate & Jazz and sweep Rob Flood, on the big win at World Titles. Winning GOLD in both the U19 and U23 Surf Boat events.👏🏆🥇

Australian & Interstate IRB Championships

The Australian and Interstate IRB Championships for 2019 will be held at Kingscliff Beach, NSW from 11-14 July. Good luck to our Dicky Beach crews!
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