Below are a range of images that show what we do as lifesavers and club members, whether it be a patrol, competition or event!
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IRB's are designed to pick up swimmers from a long distance
Since then, it has provided the club with a better training space and has a multi-purpose use for both the general public and lifesaving duties
The patrol shelter increases response times whether it be a first aid, lost child or rescue operation
The Rescue Board is used to rescue swimmers in danger or in risk; and bring them back to safety. These are primarily used in shorter distances
The Patrol Shelter houses many of our resources that lifesavers rely on during patrols. It includes tubes, flippers, rescue boards and sometimes first aid response kits
The ATV is primarily used for towing our beach resources such as the shelter and IRB
This new facility gives St Kilda LSC the opportunity to support multi-agency operations as well as public functions. Our active club members can also enjoy using the gym equipment and gear throughout the year
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