In Australia today, there are over 160,000 members of Surf Life Saving Clubs. Over 30,000 of these people actively patrol our beaches, giving up their free time to make sure our beaches are safe. Cape Paterson Surf Life Saving Club has a great family atmosphere, whether you want to help patrol the beach, compete in surf events, have fun in the sun, keep fit, or just come down and make heaps of friends and enjoy the social activities. For those who wish to join CPSLSC as a Social Member, therefore securing the chance to attend all social activities at the club, please join as an Associate Member, as per the list below.
Online Membership Management The quickest and easiest way to renew an existing or create your new membership is using "LifeSaving Online". Through here you can update your details, renew your membership, pay your fees or join as a new member. If you have not used "LifeSaving Online" before or, like most of us, have forgotten since you did it 12 months ago, please see helpful how-to documents.
Remember to pay Please make sure you complete the membership process by paying the fees at the end. If membership is not paid for, it will no longer be valid. We appreciate that Covid has presented many of us with challenges, and the cost of living continues to rise. This year's fees reflect our understanding of this, and are as follows:
Active Membership under 18 - $33.00
Active Membership 18+ Student - $33.00
Active Membership 18+ - $43.00
Associate Member (also Social Member) - $25
First Nipper (includes 1 parent Associate) - $53.00
All subsequent Nippers - $33.00
Nipper Family Membership packages
2 adults + 1 Nipper/Student/U18 - $73.00
2 adults + 2 Nippers/Student/U18 - $108.00
2 adults + 3 Nippers/Student/U18 - $133.00
How-to Documents Below is a number of guides to help you through the joining / renewal process.
Compliance Note: Cape Paterson Surf Life Saving Club partner with Life Saving Victoria (LSV), which is a registered training organisation (RTO 21799) regulated by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), to deliver vocational education and training services. We are recognised as a provider of quality-assured and nationally accredited qualifications. As such our courses have pre-requisites and standards that must be met including minimum training times. Pages on this website will display club-specific information as well as state and nationally regulated information. To differentiate what is club specific, look out for a [Club Specific] marker or a disclaimer describing the process as Cape Paterson-Specific