The WRSLSC wishes to acknowledge the deep loss to the Wye-Sep communities over the last couple of weeks. We have witnessed incredible bravery and dedication as the community has joined together to respond with great skill and compassion.
The Surf Club has been a hub of activity over this time and has been able to provide a base for much of the emergency response.
We are aware that people are processing the loss in different ways, and know how important it is to continue to show our support and respect, especially towards those who have lost so much.
As people re-enter Wye & Sep we look forward to seeing our wonderful community strengthened.
We will be holding a trivia night in the clubhouse on Saturday 12 March (Labour Day long weekend). Also, there will be a big family event on Easter Sunday from 4.30pm - further details to come.
The Wye River Surf Life Saving Club (WRSLSC) was founded by an enthusiastic group of campers and surfers on 1 January 1958. Thus began a long and proud history of lifesaving at Wye River. Having grown from a small handful of men with a passion for the beach and the town, centred around a basic weatherboard shed the club now has over 400 members and an iconic building snuggled in the dunes.
WRSLSC prides itself on its egalitarian and inclusive culture and also its collaboration with and outreach to the local community and its important partnership with Colac College. The Club has been an important training ground for future leaders in the community and has alumni scattered far and wide. It is a core part of the emergency service infrastructure in Wye River and is always keen to accept new members.
Please click on the Get Involved tab above for renewal information and instructions.
Please click on the Lifesaving tab above to access the patrol lists and roster.
For a copy of the nomination form and information on the application required please click on the Gallery & History tab above.