The Seaspray Surf Life Saving Club was formed at a public meeting on April 2nd- 1955- originally the club was located in a small shed on the foreshore of Seaspray.

The 1960-61 season was a very memorable one- with the first clubhouse erected. Through the 1970`s the original clubhouse was demolished and the club officially opened a new clubhouse- which still stands today.

During the eighties the club experienced improved equipment and facilities with a 4-wheel drive and bar.

The nineties saw the bronze camp and nipper programs introduce many young people into the club. Many state medals have been won in ski- boat- swim and in the nipper competitions. This combined with local support and continued new membership have seen the club grow from strength to strength.

Today the club patrols every weekend and public holiday from the last week in November through until Easter Monday in April. These are voluntary patrols that ensure the safety of the bathing public of Seaspray.

Professional lifeguards are employed to safeguard the Seaspray beach during the weekdays of the January school holiday period.

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