Torquay Surf Lifesaving Club is at the forefront of lifesaving service. Torquay beach is one of the busiest beaches in Victoria.

In 2013/2014, almost 200 members patrolled our beach from the last weekend of November until the Easter period. Below are some figures from our volunteer patrols.

- Our patrollers volunteered 4,067 hours

- Perform 10 rescues

- Supervised over 180,000 beach goers during volunteer patrol times

- Completed 73 first aid cases

Torquay Surf Lifesaving Club is recognised nationally as a premier competition club with many gold medals and many finalists at the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships over the past 50 years. Torquay can also proudly boast of many Olympians for both aquatic and non aquatic events.

In season 2013/2014, a staggering 20 athletes made an Australian Surf Life Saving Championship final at the 2014 Championships including 10 masters and 10 open competitors.

Club Office Hours -

Wednesday 9am - 12 noon

Sunday - From 9am

(Hours subject to change)

Latest News

Congratulations to Patrol Captain 'Melissa Russell' who yesterday at 6.30pm performed the rescue of two swimmers caught in a rip 40 metres east of the clubhouse.

Mel had been walking along...

What's On

The Club would like to invite all patrolling members, families and friends to the seasons opening night patrol bash featuring local band Bangstrum Lads.

The bar will be open from six,...

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