Our Club


Mul­laloo Surf Life Sav­ing Club, estab­lished in 1961, is a ded­i­cated vol­un­teer organ­i­sa­tion pro­vid­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties for life… we offer our com­mu­nity many ser­vices includ­ing surf res­cue, surf sports and a great facil­ity on beau­ti­ful Mul­laloo beach. We wel­come new mem­bers and vis­i­tors to share our pas­sion for serv­ing our com­mu­nity.

Our Spirit

One Club

Our Vision

To be an inte­gral and val­ued organ­i­sa­tion in the local com­mu­nity as the pre­mier surf life sav­ing club.

Our Mission

Pro­vid­ing activ­i­ties and ser­vices for a safer, sus­tain­able com­mu­nity.

Value Statements

  • Fam­ily – Embrace fam­ily val­ues and pro­mote inclu­sion
  • Safety – Pro­mote safety as a part of core activ­i­ties
  • Respect – Respect and value all indi­vid­u­als and the club com­mu­nity
  • Integrity – Con­duct of self and club affairs, accord­ing to the high­est stan­dards of ethics and behav­iour
  • Unity – To oper­ate as a team includ­ing effec­tive com­mu­ni­ca­tion with, and involve­ment of, all of our stake­hold­ers
  • Excel­lence – Strive for excel­lence in every­thing we do.

The Board

As the Club is a not-for profit, the Board is made up of vol­un­teers and has a man­age­ment struc­ture that encour­ages max­i­mum mem­ber par­tic­i­pa­tion in deci­sion mak­ing.

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The club has two paid employ­ees: office man­ager – Karen Oliver and office assis­tant – Jenny Ducasse. All other duties of run­ning the club are ful­filled by vol­un­teers. Cur­rent ver­sions of our con­sti­tu­tion and by-laws can be viewed at our Doc­u­ments page.