Lifesaving – Our Beach

Mul­laloo Surf Life Sav­ing Club pro­vides a water safety and res­cue ready ser­vice to the pub­lic.  This com­mu­nity ser­vice has been under­taken for over 50 years and pri­mar­ily involves vol­un­teer life­savers patrolling our beach. Our role is to pre­vent peo­ple from get­ting into dan­ger­ous sit­u­a­tions and res­cue peo­ple in dan­ger of drown­ing.

The pri­mary area of patrol is within 400 metres of the Mul­laloo Surf Life Sav­ing Club rooms.

For cur­rent infor­ma­tion and con­di­tions of our beach visit: 

Patrol Season

Mul­laloo beach is patrolled every week­end and pub­lic hol­i­day com­menc­ing Octo­ber through to April. Mem­bers can view Patrol Info to find their ros­ters for the sea­son.

Mullaloo… but where are you? A Guide to our Emergency Markers

Mullaloo Signs LocationsIf you or a mem­ber of the pub­lic require Emer­gency Ser­vices at Mul­laloo Beach, adjoin­ing parks or carparks, can you accu­rately deter­mine “Where you are”? Com­monly, the Emer­gency Ser­vice will require a street inter­sec­tion to deter­mine your clos­est loca­tion. This proved dif­fi­cult from a beach or car park loca­tion, par­tic­u­larly for those who are not famil­iar with the area. To assist with this, the City of Joon­dalup have in place beach sig­nage at the club and north to the north­ern end of Mul­laloo Beach.

The Emer­gency Loca­tor is on the top R.H.S of the new signs and are num­bered sequen­tially start­ing at ML01 at the Surf Club and Car Park up to ML11 at the North Point. These signs are located com­monly at the entrance to the beach paths to inform beach patrons. A map of the indi­vid­ual loca­tions is below (click map to enlarge).

Please spread the word to mem­bers, fam­ily and friends about these impor­tant loca­tors. You never know when you may need them!

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emergency locator sign