Our Life Members are recognised for their contributions to the success of our club since first starting in 1919.
If you wish to learn more about them please click on their name.
Anne as been a member of South West Rocks Surf Life Saving Club since 1993.
Mick joined South West Rocks SLSC in 1967 and went on to gain his Qualifying Certificate and Bronze Medallion.
Rod’s distinguished career in Surf Life Saving began when he joined Cape Hawke SLSC in 1979.
Colin patrolled from 1952, gaining his Bronze Medallion in 1957.
Pamela Ball was the Treasurer of the Junior Activities Committee from 1976 – 1987.
Greg ‘Whale’ Coleman was a late starter to surf club life, joining the South West Rocks club at 27 yrs old.
Anthony (Tony) Hayes ‘Haysie’, first joined the SWRSLSC in 1968.
Bruce gained his Bronze Medallion in 1964, which was the start of a life long involvement in the SWRSLSC.
‘Yakka’ as he was fondly known gained his Bronze Medallion in 1951 and was a Club President.
Garry was a member of the SWRSLSC for over 50 years and gained his Bronze Medallion on the 29th November 1953.
‘Coogan’ joined the club in the mid 1940’s, gained his Bronze Medallion in 1946 and was a Club Captain.
W. Tom Saul (or old Tom as he was known) was a keen and active member.
Reg Saunders devoted most of his life to Surf Life Saving, being an active member.
Frank N. Range was a foundation member of the South West Rocks Surf Life Saving Club.
Reverend W Harris-Walker was the first club president of South West Rocks Surf Life Saving Club.
C.A. Saunders was the inaugural secretary and treasurer, taking on these important roles at the young age of sixteen.