The City of Bunbury Surf Live Saving Club was founded in 1915 and was the second club founded in Western Australia (Cottesloe SLSC was first in 1909).
Since those early days members have volunteered countless hours of Surf Patrol duty to keep Bunbury’s beaches safe for swimmers and surfers.
Members have performed numerous rescues and attended to thousands of major and minor first aid incidents.
The City of Bunbury SLSC is one of 311 Surf Life Saving Clubs in Australia with a total membership of over 165,820 members.
We are affiliated with Surf Life Saving Western Australia (SLSWA).
The City of Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club will be a progressive family club with strong links to the community.
The City of Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club is dedicated to providing best practice in Surf Life Saving
services in a positive family oriented and safe environment for our members and the community.
To consistently align ourselves with our vision and mission, develop and implement operational best
practice in order to grow our club into the community and the community into our club.
Some of our core and most important objectives are
To study and practice the methods of surf life saving as specified by Surf Life Saving Australia Ltd. (SLSA)
To minimise injury and the loss of life from drowning and render all possible aid to those in distress by providing lifesaving services in accordance with surf life saving rules, policies and procedures.
To promote and conduct member and public education in water safety, lifesaving, first aid and resuscitation.
To organise and conduct competition to improve the efficiency and lifesaving skills of members.
To co-operate with the local government authority, and relevant state and federal authorities, in taking such measures as are considered necessary by the club to ensure the safety of users on the beach.