create a members area account

The members area is your one-stop shop for member information. Creating an account is quick and easy. Once you’re logged in you will be able to access your Patrol roster/hours, Renew your membership, View & update your personal information, View your awards & assessments and gain access to Surf Lifesavings eLearning.

For new members you can even join our club through the members area
Below you will find instructions on creating your Members Area account. Alternatively you can check out the entire ‘Members Area User Guide’ by clicking here:
Browse “SLSA Members Area” or follow the link to:

You will see the option to create an Account highlighted in yellow
Enter the compulsory details: First name, Surname, Date of Birth, Gender
Select Identity Confirmation Method, either email or mobile number, to which a unique code/or link will be sent. The email or mobile you use

Create Username & Password
You should click “Check” to make sure the Username has not already been taken.
Your password cannot contain your first name, surname or username. It must be 6-12 characters in length, and must contain at least one letter and at least one number. It cannot contain any of the following symbols: – ‘ , + ? # “ * \ & $%

Activating your Members Area Account
To ensure privacy and security, all accounts must be activated before they can be accessed. You will receive a confirmation code/ link by either email or SMS depending on the choice you made earlier.

Email Activation – you will receive an email with a link to activate your account. To activate either click the link or copy & paste the link into your web browser

Mobile Activation – the next screen displayed will ask you to enter your username and password exactly as you chose it earlier, followed by the confirmation code you receive by SMS.

If you do not receive an SMS or Email, please click the “Resend Your Confirmation Code” option on the Members Area home page.

Renew prior to November each season.

Renew your Membership online here

Need help?

For further assistance members should refer to the ‘Members Area User Guide’ . If you continue to have difficulty contact