SURF LIFE SAVING QUEENSLAND (SLSQ) IS THE STATE’S PEAK AQUATIC RESCUE AUTHORITY AND IS ONE OF THE LARGEST VOLUNTEER-BASED COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANISATIONS IN AUSTRALIA.
From humble beginnings when the first recorded rescue on a Queensland beach was made in 1909, SLSQ is now an efficient and vibrant organisation servicing 30,500 members.
It was formally established in 1930 and is the governing body for surf lifesaving in Queensland, comprising 58 affiliated surf life saving clubs in six regional branches. The organisation also includes supporters’ clubs and a range of programs that involve more than 462,000 participants.
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