The priority of Seaford Life Saving Club is to provide a 'between the flags' lifesaving service to the public using the Seaford beach.
Seaford Life Saving Club will be patrolling the Seaford Pier area of the beach every Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday over the 2016/2017 Patrol season (Saturday 12th November 2016 until Sunday 17th April 2017)
Most of Australia's population lives close to the coastline and the beach has long occupied a special place in the Australian identity.
Every day thousands of people flock to Australia’s coastline to swim, surf, unwind and have fun. But the ocean is a powerful natural force and beach conditions can change dramatically.
Every year, almost 100 people drown at our beaches. The truth is that even though our surf lifesavers and lifeguards are trained professionals and are constantly vigilant in protecting the safety of beachgoers, swimming outside the red and yellow flags makes their job tougher.
Simply put: "if we can’t see you, we can’t save you"
Be safe and always swim between the red and yellow flags.
By keeping safe is being an Australian for life !
Saturday: 12 noon until 5:00pm
Sundays and Public Holidays: 12 noon until 5:00pm
Please remember to Play it Safe by the Water - Always swim between the red and yellow flags - if we can’t see you, we can’t save you !
If the red and yellow flags are on the beach, we are patrolling the beach