Patrol Season runs from September through to April


North Cronulla Surf Life Saving Club has a very proud tradition of providing patrols and beach management duties at North Cronulla Beach for over 95 years. The first patrol duty was on 19th December 1925 and in our first year of Patrol, 24 rescues were recorded at North Cronulla Beach.

Today our Club Members volunteer their time to perform over 12,000 hours of Patrol duties during last season, performed over 60 rescues, recorded over 2000 preventative actions and hundreds of first aid cases and caring for lost children. 

Lifesaving is our core duty or responsibility and it is with great pride and satisfaction that our members rejoin the Club each season to preform their volunteer Patrol duties, gain extra and new SLSA awards, become a proud member of Team North Cronulla and look after the surfing public and North Cronulla Beach.

Patrols have now finished for the season and we are very proud to announce "No lives lost" at North Cronulla beach during the past season. Congratulations to all our members who performed their volunteer patrol duties throughout the season.