As the patrolling season ends, our lifesaving statistics showcase the incredible work our volunteers do.
With over 22,000 preventative actions, lifesavers across the coast can be proud of their work keeping the community safe. 559 rescues were recorded on our beaches, with over 800 first aid’s administered.

“With almost one million visitors to Central Coast beaches, these figures are a testiment to everyone involved in their clubs.” said Jon Harkness, CEO SLSCC.

RWC operators were still on call providing emergency response. Picture:Peter Clark

Our Duty Officers have been rostered throughout April responding to incidents and our RWC operators have been on call, reverting to winter call out systems now that the season has officially ended.

“Congratulations to all our members for the fantastic work they do in keeping our beaches safe.” said SLSCC President Stuart Harvey. “A special recognition goes out to our Duty Officers who have remained on the rosters, providing essential services to incidents throughout the last month.”

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