Support our club


Terrigal Surf Life Saving Club provides a team of dedicated volunteer lifesavers for the Central Coast’s highest profile beach. Our volunteers complete approximately 10 000 hours of patrol each season, every weekend and public holiday from the start of the September school holidays to the end of the April school holidays.

Our volunteer lifesavers have conducted over 1400 rescues and preventative actions (moving people from danger) over the past season as well as completed over 400 first aid actions.

As Terrigal Surf Life Saving club is a not for profit organisation, we need community support to maintain our essential lifesaving services. Your support helps us buy and maintain rescue equipment and train our members in vital lifesaving skills.

In return, you or your organisation is aligned with an iconic Australian brand and our core values of volunteering and community service.
To discuss a potential sponsorship of our club (we have many opportunities available) please email or call the office on 4385 6933.


Donate to Terrigal Surf Life Saving Club

Terrigal Surf Life Saving Club relies on the generosity of individuals and businesses to fund our essential services. With the ever-increasing costs of rescue equipment and training, plus the growing number of beach visitors annually, our resources are being stretched to the limit. We need your help to continue to provide this essential service.

Right now our surf lifesavers need your help. We need your support so we can provide essential rescue and patrol services in the future. Please give as much as you can and support the life of the beach. Examples of how your money can assist are below:

$25 - Refill oxygen cylinders - vital for resuscitation treatment

$60 - Buys an emergency pack - an essential piece of patrol first aid equipment

$100 - Purchase a rescue tube - an effective deep water floatation device

$300 - Provides basic training for a new lifesaver
$400 - Provides a stretcher - essential for spinal injury cases and moving patients unable to walk

$1150 - Purchase a rescue board - a fast and reliable way to reach endangered swimmers and return them to shore