Forrest Beach NBB Carnival

15th & 16th of October –

Branch Carnival Forrest Beach –

All welcome to Nominate & Attend

New Years Message from President of Surf Life Saving Queensland

Fellow Lifesavers,

 My warmest congratulations on a very successful peak beach patrol period so far. Volunteers and ALS Lifeguards have once again performed magnificently to protect our bathing public during the December-January holiday period.

 In 2012-13 and 2013-14 we had an amazing nil beach drowning record; with over half the period gone, we have to report one Fraser Island death (probably due to a medical complication) with some very close calls:

 On 2 January two of our roving ALS Lifeguards performed life-saving CPR at Double Island Point;

 On 6 January a Burleigh Heads-Mowbray Park member working as a Lifeguard on the Gold Coast performed a rescue and resuscitation of a Chinese student, again saving his life;

 Earlier in the period, Sunshine Coast lifesavers responded swiftly to an emergency beacon at Alexandra Bay, Noosa National Park, and saved an Irish tourist from certain drowning; he was in a critical condition for a while but recovered in medical care.

 We have had many other near-misses, shark sightings, difficult surf conditions, but always our Volunteer Lifesavers and ALS Lifeguards perform admirably for the public good.

 Well done to everyone, and all the best for the completion of yet another successful holiday season.


Ralph Devlin QC

President, SLSQ



Cruisin’ the Coast Fun Run – Sarina Beach

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We’d love to see you there

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Riding the Wave of Success -2018

Huge congratulations to the Club’s members. The North Barrier Branch recently held it’s Annual Presentation Night at Forrest Beach – Ingham. The Club should be so proud of it’s achievements taking out the prestigious awards of Patrolling Club of the Year, Youth Development Club of the Year, Patrol Inspection Competition and Overall Club of the Year.

Individual awards were gained by Macey Ronald – U15 to U18 Life Saver of the Year, Dave Young as both Trainer and Assessor of the Year and Trent Vernon for Rookie Coach of the Year. Congratulations your efforts are greatly appreciated. Great effort by all the Clubs members and committee to take out these fantastic awards.Dave Ronald, Macey Ronald, Dvae Young, Trent Vernon Dave Young Macey Ronald Trent Vernon, Dave Young, Dave Ronald, Macey Ronald Trnt Vernon

Season Start – Not Far Away

 Patrol and Nippers Season’s will be soon upon us. There will be a Come N Try event in conjunction with the Sarina Beach Coconut Festival on the 09th of September followed by another Sign on Day & Come n Try on the 23rd of September.
The Patrol Flags will go up on the 22nd of September and your professional volunteers will be at the Beach every Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday, plus public holidays until the 06th May 2019.
We’re looking forward to seeing as many as possible come down and sign up kids or families in  the club and enjoy all that Sarina Beach has to offer.
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Thank You!!!

A massive thanks to everyone that has put their hands up to take on the club’s crucial committee roles. Big jobs filled by very capable people. Neil John – President, Secretary Pam and Jeanne, Treasurer Claudia, Club Captain Dave Ronald, Junior Activities Trent, Dave Young as Chief Training Officer. Other Roles include Macey Ronald as Youth Club Captain, Julie Higgins as First Aid & Marine Stinger Officer. We are lucky to have you all on board.

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2018 Youth Leadership Camp

The Airlie Beach/Hamilton Island Youth Development & Leadership Camp for 2018 was another great success! Jam packed with fun activities and team bonding! The ocean rafting was a crowd favourite! Thank you to all our youth members for their outstanding contribution this season! And a big thank you to the leaders Kent, Lesley, Kim, Daneal & Macey for chaperoning

This years youth member that supplied the most volunteer patrol hours was JACK SWINDELLS. Great job Jack congratulations, at the time of judging Jack had put in 147 hours.IMG_3444  IMG_3443

Our youth patrol members now account for about two thirds of the clubs patrol members and contribute approximately 2000 volunteer hours patrolling at Sarina Beach. They are well trained and committed to the safety of the public visiting Sarina Beach. Without the fantastic effort of these terrific kids the club would struggle to supply compliant patrols week in week out. As a club we couldn’t be prouder to have the all as our members.