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, water safety services, surf sports and a great facility on beautiful Mullaloo beach.
To be an integral and valued organisation in the local community as the premier surf life saving club.
Providing activities and services for a safer, sustainable community.
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.
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.
The club has two paid employees: office administrators – Guy Edwards (Monday – Tuesday) and Julie Rapley (Wednesday – Friday). Volunteers fulfil all other duties of running the club.
The Club’s governance documents such as Constitution, By-laws, policies, guidelines, the Board Charter can be accessed via your Members Area.