Christies Beach SLC
The Christies Beach Surf Lifesaving Club is a community service based institution manned by volunteers who freely give up their time to keep the beaches safe with regular patrols during summer.
Areas of Operation
The Christies Beach Surf Lifesaving Club patrols the beach between Witton Bluff in the south and the O’Sullivan Beach boat ramp in the North – around three and half kilometres of coastline.
The base patrol is situated either slightly to the south or north of the Christies Beach boat ramp. From this location roving patrols to the south beach and to O’Sullivan Beach are co-ordinated.With the use of I.R.B’s and foot patrols, our members are able to provide a comprehensive surveillance of the area.
The use of two way radios enables the I.R.B and roving patrols to be in contact with the base patrol and for all members to have contact with Surf Command at all times.
Beach patrols operate throughout the summer months from November to March between the hours of 1.00pmand 5.00pmon Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.Surveillance patrols will operate during other times when there are members available to staff them and when the need arises such as midweek, on extremely hot days, over Christmas and during the school holidays.
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