Surf Life Saving is proud to be a volunteer organisation that has experienced steady growth in volunteer numbers. Our clubs and our members are the heart and soul of our organisation. The volunteers, who constantly give up their time both on and off the beach, are integral to our continued success. They come from all walks of life and they are involved with surf lifesaving for many different reasons. They may enjoy being a part of their local community, contributing to make their communities safer, acquiring new skills, staying fit and active, volunteering as a family or simply because it’s fun.
The Sunshine Coast Branch of Surf Lifesaving Queensland is the largest branch in Queensland and was established in 1930, consisting of 14 Surf Life Saving Clubs:
Surf Life Saving Qld Sunshine Coast Branch is administered from its headquarters building located at Mooloolaba Boat Harbour, Parkyn Parade (next to the Volunteer Coast Guard). The Sunshine Coast Wave Runner service 14 and 15 and Sunshine Coast Surfcom facility operates from the Branch headquarters.
The Branch Headquarters building is a central location for all clubs, its members and the community to attend meetings and training courses.