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.
25 Nov 2014
Victoria's most determined and powerful lifesaving athletes came head to head at the Victorian Endurance Championships at Half Moon Bay Surf Life Saving Club on Saturday 22 November.Read more
25 Nov 2014
The red and yellow flags will be raised at 56 patrolled beaches across Victoria, as coastal lifesaving patrols return to the beach this Saturday 29 November for the 2014/15 summer season.Read more
21 Nov 2014
The Surf Coast Shire Council is calling for community members interested in the future of surf lifesaving to have their say on the future use, development and investment in lifesaving along the coast.Read more
18 Nov 2014
Life Saving Victoria's Annual Report 2013/2014 is now available.Read more
14 Nov 2014
Victorian Lifesavers Naantali Marshall, Kira Kinsey and Emma Armstrong have placed 3rd, 5th and 7th respectively, out of lifesaving's most elite competitors from across the country in the Coolangatta Gold 2014, held on the Gold Coast, 1 - 2 November.Read more
07 Oct 2014
Join us for Surf Life Saving's largest annual event, the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships or better known as The Aussies, returning to the Gold Coast in 2015 to celebrate 100 years.Read more