The Airlie Beach Lifeguard Club

The Airlie Beach Lifeguard Club along with Royal Life Saving Society QLD and Queensland Fire and Emergency Services, has provided the capabilities to resume our youth program in the School Holidays in which generated much interest from the community to continuing to grow the program and starting regular Beach Patrols.

Our Junior Lifeguard School Holiday Program

Junior Lifeguard Program Dates 2024: January – April – September – December

*All dates subject to Whitsunday Council Approval* Enrolments for Future Programs TBC.

Program dates: TBC.

The program is aimed at kids aged 6 to 18.

Program Pricing & Membership

Annual Membership $100

Program Pricing is per person attending the program.

MembersNon-Members
Per Day$33 per child$55 per child
2 Full Days$60 per child$90 per child
3 Full Days$77 per child$99 per child

Enroll now through our online enrolment form! Limited Numbers available!

Beach Patrol and Volunteering

Beach Patrol Dates –

Beach patrol will be commencing in the near future of local beaches in the Whitsundays council region. Beach patrol is a significant aspect of the club along with Volunteers and parent helpers. Without volunteers, community programs and initiatives will cease. Beach Patrol activities will include, setting up and closing beach patrol services and providing first aid and lifeguard services to the community of Airlie Beach.

Volunteering is at the heart of Airlie Beach Lifeguard Club as the club relies on the local community to grow. To establish the club, we require volunteers to help grow the club to its full potential. Volunteering looks different for each individual, even if it volunteering to help set up in the morning. Volunteering to help to supervise and organize the junior lifeguard program or volunteering a few hours a day or week. Volunteers are able to obtain their First Aid and Bronze Medallion qualification through active volunteering at low costs.

Airlie Beach Club History

2022

Airlie Beach Lifeguard Club along with Royal Life Saving Society, Queensland Fire and Emergency Services resume our youth program in the January School Holidays in which generated much interest from the community to continuing to grow the program and starting regular Beach Patrols.

2021

Royal Life Saving Society along with Queensland Fire and Emergency Services conducted a youth program in the June/ July Holidays in which generated much interest from the community which led to the establishment of Airlie Beach Lifeguard Club.

2018

The club ceased operations due to the key personnel moving out of the Whitsunday region and limited volunteers.

2013

A lifesaving club was established in Airlie Beach which conducted a junior lifeguard program along with volunteer Beach Patrol at Boat Haven Beach. At the club peak, the club had a large youth program.

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