What is a surf club?

What is surf lifesaving?

As the state’s peak water safety and rescue organisation, our mission is simple and hasn’t changed in over 100 years; saving lives, creating great Australians and building better communities.

Is Surf Life Saving government?

Surf Life Saving is a unique not-for-profit community cause that exists through community donations, fundraising, corporate sponsorship and government grants. Since Surf Life Saving was established in 1907, over 660,000 people have been rescued by our surf lifesavers.

Are surf clubs not for profit?

At the “grass roots” level, the organisation has approximately 280 surf clubs around the country. SLSA and all state, regional, and club entities are not for profit organisations and most, if not all entities, are registered with the ATO as ITECs and DGRs for the purposes of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.

Why do Australian lifeguards wear those hats?

The caps, which are secured to the head by straps tied under the chin have been used on Australian beaches as a way of identifying life savers since the 1930s. They became part of the national uniform in the eighties.

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