Welcome to Port Campbell Surf Life Saving Club!
Members of the P.C.S.L.S.C. patrol the beach at Port Campbell on every Saturday, Sunday and public holiday from mid November until Easter Monday. Every year, some 1400 hours of volunteer time are required from members to provide these patrols. members, leaders and trainers also give more than 1300 hours of their time in either gaining higher qualifications or training other members for these achievements.
The role of the P.C.S.L.S.C. is not limited to “normal” life saving patrol activities (as required by the Surf Life Saving Association). The club also provides a coastal rescue service along 60 kilometres of the Shipwreck coast which faces the Southern Ocean. In the past it has responded to call-outs from East of Johanna to Childers Cove, West of Port Campbell. Port Campbell is the only place a rescue craft can be launched between Apollo Bay and Warrnambool. This service is operationally ready every day of the year-the volunteer members make themselves available for call out 365 days of the year.