Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club

CSLSC is a voluntary club that operates along the Cottesloe main beach in front of the Indiana Tea House and was founded in 1909. The volunteer surf life savers take pride in patrolling one of Perth's most iconic beaches. 

The Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club is a vital coastal organization located in Cottesloe, Western Australia, dedicated to ensuring the safety of beachgoers and promoting a strong sense of community. Comprising passionate and skilled volunteers, the club plays a crucial role in safeguarding the local community and visitors by providing essential surf lifesaving services.

Members of the Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club undergo rigorous training in water rescue techniques, first aid, and beach safety. The club's dedicated team patrols the beaches, offering a watchful eye and immediate assistance to swimmers and beach users. Beyond its primary focus on water safety, the club fosters a sense of community by organizing social events, educational programs, and competitions that promote physical fitness and a strong connection among its members.

To be an active lifesaving member of the club, you need to pay an annual membership fee, complete and sign the membership form available from their website, complete an annual proficiency test/pool proficiency and do minimum patrol requirements.

For more information go to or contact the office on 9383 4400.