Life Saving Victoria (est. 2002) is an initiative of the Royal Life Saving Society Australia Victoria Branch (est. 1904) and Surf Life Saving Victoria (est. 1947). It has the mission to prevent aquatic related death and injury in all Victorian communities and the vision that all Victorians will learn water safety, swimming and resuscitation, and be provided with safe beaches, water environments and aquatic venues.
Life Saving Victoria will achieve this by working with its members, communities, educational institutions, governments, and other organisations in the provision of best practice education, surveillance and rescue, training, and risk management services.
Life Saving Victoria is forging new lifesaving and water safety initiatives while respecting the proud traditions and programs of the Royal Life Saving and Surf Life Saving National organisations.
16 Apr 2014
Life Saving Victoria is urging people to be vigilant about water safety this Easter long weekend, with 34 reported drowning deaths up until April 2014, an increase of four compared to the same time last year.Read more
10 Apr 2014
Due to increased demand for training updates LSV has scheduled three additional courses over the Easter holiday period, including the Pool Lifeguard Update and Senior First Aid Update.Read more
08 Apr 2014
Lifesaving sport has wrapped up for the summer season with the conclusion of the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships which were held at Scarborough beach in Perth, WA, 31 March - 6 April.Read more
02 Apr 2014
Make a donation to support your local Life Saving Club!Read more
01 Apr 2014
Glen Eira Sports and Aquatic Centre (GESAC), has been awarded 'LSV Professional Pool Lifeguard Challenge' champions in an energetic challenge of lifeguarding skills at Oakleigh Recreation Centre, Friday 28 March.Read more
28 Mar 2014
Two new pilot water safety and lifesaving skills programs commencing on 22 April at YMCA Ascot Vale Leisure Centre and on 23 April at Watermarc in Greensborough are seeking senior community members, male and female, aged 60+, to participate.Read more