Help provide life saving skills to surfers by donating today
Surfers Rescue 24/7 is now accepting donations to help us keep running this life saving program.
Every dollar helps in us putting on these courses to help train surfers to perform board rescues and CPR to swimmers in trouble in the ocean.
Surfers Rescue 24/7 – Phillip Island – February 15th @ 4pm – BOOK
Surfers Rescue 24/7 – Phillip Island – February 16th @ 4pm – BOOK
Surfers Rescue 24/7 – Torquay – February 26th @ 9am – BOOK
Want to book in a private group session or school group? Get in contact with us here to find out more
Can’t make a session in person?
Due to the current climate in Victoria regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve made the SURFERS RESCUE 24/7 PROGRAM AVAILABLE ONLINE! With the aim of providing a similiar education and training experinece to our physical courses and activations, you can now conduct this FREE Board Rescue and CPR Course from wherever you like via your desktop/laptop, tablet or phone. And as a special offer, everyone who completes the online course will go into the draw to win a signed Rip Curl Pro Rash Vest. For more information and to enrol in the course, visit Surfers Rescue 24/7 Online Course.
Surfers are in the water dawn until dusk, 365 days a year and are often first to respond and assist in emergencies. With select Victorian beaches only patrolled seasonally, surfers and recreational water users can be utilised to assist outside the flagged beaches. Our beaches are one of our biggest assets and we all need to do what we can to make them safe. We’re encouraging surfers and recreational water users of all skill levels to go to the “Events” page on www.surfingvic.com and register for a course. Additonally, if you’re involved in a rescue go to Surfers Rescue 24/7 Rescue Log and tell us the details, and you’ll have the opportunity to go into the draw to win some great prizes.
Surfing Victoria and our partners, including the Victorian Government, have identified board rescue techniques that may prove to be crucial in emergency situations. This course is FREE and tailored to surfers and recreational water users who could use their surfboard or boards as a rescue tool.