Welcome to Point Lookout Surf Life Saving Club
The members of Point Lookout Surf Life Saving Club Inc. acknowledge the Quandamooka First Nations People, Nunnkul (Noonuccal, Nunukal), Ngugi (Nughi) and Gorenpul tribes as the Traditional Custodians of the lands and seas where we patrol. We acknowledge and pay respect to all Elders past, present and emerging, for they hold the memories, traditions and hopes of their people.
Point Lookout Surf Life Saving Club (PLSLC) has a rich and rewarding history beginning with ten foundation members in 1947.
Located on Main Beach, North Stradbroke Island, Point Lookout is the only Queensland Surf Club to patrol two beaches and one of the few remaining Clubs to offer weekend accommodation to members in a traditional bunkroom.
Point Lookout Surf Club is built on strong family foundations where each member can find something to interest them regardless of age or ability.
The patrolling season runs from the first weekend in the September school holidays through to the long weekend in May.
The Club offers a strong Junior Activities (Nippers) program where members are taught valuable skills from surf awareness to vital lifesaving and resuscitation skills.
New Members Are Always Welcome
If you and/or your family are interested in becoming a member, read more about the activities you can get involved in and our memberships.
Our Sign-On Day for existing and new members is held in late August, however enquiries are always welcome and new members can join at any time during the season.
We are a family orientated Club, supported by our own fundraising and sponsorship.
Point Lookout Surf Life Saving Club Inc. is a non-profit organisation,
and we rely heavily on fundraising, government
assistance and donations from the public and corporate
sector to ensure that we continue to maintain and improve
our Life Saving Services.
As we are one of the only Surf Lifesaving
Clubs in Australia patrolling three beaches at Straddie,
we require extensive gear and equipment to provide a
high quality service to the bathing public. Last season we saw a massive increase on bather numbers and performed a total of 20 Rescues , 11855 Preventative Actions and 1025 First Aid Cases between Main and Cylinder Beaches.
We do not rely on the income provided by Bistros and Poker
Machines (neither of these are at our club), therefore fundraising
activities such as raffles, collection days etc are
needed to raise much needed funds. The funds enable us
to continue providing members with the most up to date
training and rescue equipment, as well as cover the ongoing
costs associated with the maintenance of our Clubhouse
Monies raised are used to pay for the purchase and maintenance
of rescue gear and club facilities. Members only pay
for their membership and meal costs on the weekend.
Can you make a tax free donation to support our services?