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Be a lifesaver

Surf lifesavers undertake a number of roles including aquatic rescues, providing first aid and emergency care and providing surf safety information to the public. The Surf Rescue Certificate is a stepping stone to the full Bronze Medallion that is generally the minimum standard required for full patrolling duties. The Surf Rescue Certificate was originally intended for young people aged between 13 and 15 years, however, anyone over the age of 13 can qualify at this level. The Surf Rescue Certificate is the minimum standard required for water safety at Nippers and similar events.


Claudia Ferguson

Club Captain

This energetic human has a wealth of SLS experience and is our go-to leader in the lifesaving space.


Main Beach is patrolled by both Narooma SLSC volunteers and Eurobodalla Shire Council's paid lifeguards.


Our volunteer lifesavers patrol from November through to April on weekends and public holidays.

November to December 10am - 2pm

December to January 9am - 5pm

February to April 10am - 2pm

Council Lifeguards patrol weekdays through the Christmas School holidays, December to January from 9am to 5pm.

SLSNSW currently provide two separate UAV programs to our beach – a UAV Surveillance program funded by the NSW Government and a Membership UAV Program delivered by our volunteer surf club members.

Would you like to be involved? Contact Claudia to find out how you can be actively involved with our lifesaving team.

Rips are one of the greatest and most common hazards on Australian beaches. Knowing what a rip is, how to spot one and how to avoid one is key to staying safe at the beach.

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