Kingston Beach Surf Life Saving Club provides not only valued water safety services to a number of organisations but also provides event management and risk analysis for specific events held within the region including:

  • Community Beach Education Programs;

    • Migrant education programs through the Water Safety Council,

  • Primary and High School beach events and carnivals;

  • BUPA KIDFIT Triathlon;

  • Summer Survival and Winter Challenge Multisport events;

  • High School Surf League;

  • A Day at the Beach- Australia Day event

  • Active after School Programs;

  • Community ‘Come and Try’ ocean swims; and

  • Competitive ocean swims:

    • Australia Day ocean swim;

    • Beach to Beach (Blackmans Bay to Kingston Beach) ocean swim.

KBSLSC is extremely proud of its community achievements.

We firmly believe that our community engagement will become stronger with fit-for purpose facilities and will showcase our skills, abilities and professionalism to all that come in contact with KBSLSC.

In regard KBSLSC activities, the following statistics for the season just completed are provided, demonstrating the importance and value the Club has within the community:

  • In season 2017-18, KBSLSC performed just over 2200 hours of  patrols;

  • In season 2017-18, KBSLSC had nine patrol teams rostered on for the patrol season

  • In season 2017-18 while on patrol,  KBSLSC performed 5 rescues, managed 21 first aid incidents, monitored close to 25, 000 beach goers and performed 350 preventative actions and;

  • KBSLSC provided water safety on Australia Day 2018 from 7am – 7pm and it is estimated that during this 12 hour time frame, there were 8,000 to 10,000 people on the beach.