Surf Life Saving Australia would like to congratulate the following people who were awarded Honours awards for 'Significant Service to Surf Lifesaving' at this years Australia Day Awards.
In installment four of Being A Lifesaver we speak to Bridget Riggs from Darwin SLSC in the Northern Territory. This is her story.
New South Wales has regained Australian Surf Lifesaving supremacy in dramatic circumstances at the annual Interstate Championships at Sydney’s Newport Beach this afternoon.
In yet another traditional arm wrestle with arch-rival Queensland, the title was only decided in the final event of the carnival. Throughout the day, both states had held the lead several times in an epic points duel.
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Rock and pop will meet surf and sand when Newport Beach hosts a revamped Interstate Surf Life Saving Championships this Friday.
Greg Allum is a life member of Wanda and a member of Cronulla. He has won Australian medals for both clubs as well as contributing heavily to the sports growth over the years. Greg is a true Aussie legend!
For our third installment of the 'Being A Lifesaver' campaign we sport to Allan Davis from Crowdy Head SLSC in NSW. This is his story.
Don McManus is a legend of The Aussies. He has has been competing in the annual event since 1961 and has the haul of medals to show for it! The Bilgolah SLSC member will be back again this year for the 100th anniversary of The Aussies, barking orders to his crew as one of Australia's most distinguished surfboat sweeps.
In the second instalment of our “Being A Lifesaver” series where we feature some of the faces of the new Be A Life Saver fundraising awareness campaign, we speak to Secret Harbour SLSC member Carolyn Wilson.