We’re down on patrolling members and need your help to ensure we can continue to keep the community safe at our beach
We have supported the community since 1950.
Thinking about supporting us?
Patrolling the beach requires volunteers. Increasing visitation at our beach means our members are under growing pressure to keep the beach safe.
Want to know what it means to join a Surf Club?
Our lifesavers designate a flagged area for swimmers, provide supervision and educate the public on how to stay safe. Our biggest role is prevention but when required we perform rescues using a variety of equipment and power craft.
Not confident in the surf? We provide all the training you need and can develop a training plan to help you reach your goals. A patrol is a multidisciplinary team so while you are building your confidence level in the water, we can utilise you in other roles such as CPR and First Aid or administrative positions.
Being a member of a Surf Club is about more than just patrolling a beach. Members at FM make friends for life, learn leadership and communication skills and can obtain a range of nationally-recognised qualifications.
Members have the opportunity to gain experience in leadership, administration, education, digital media, lifesaving, and junior activities. It is a great way to develop skills and build your CV!
You also get access to our well-equipped gym, use of our surf boards when ever you like, and access to shower and change room facilities.
If you’re joining with family or friends all you need to do is let us know and we will make sure you are placed on the same patrol team.
For those not looking to join, you can support us with a donation.