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At Frankston we strive to provide an enjoyable and safe environment for our members and the public, with a focus on family participation in beach recreation, aquatic sport, lifesaving education and community service.
Frankston Life Saving Club has been providing patrol and rescue services along Frankston's beaches since 1923.
Through our affiliation with Life Saving Victoria - the peak water safety organisation in Victoria - and being part of Victoria's Emergency services, we are one of 58 volunteer lifesaving clubs across the state with one common goal ... To keep the beach going public safe.
We are a totally non-smoking venue
Community Service and Aquatic Sport.
Patrolling Volunteer Lifesavers
Beach or Water Sport Competition
Resuscitation and First Aid classes
Summer fun getting fit with friends
Paddle on surf craft, boards, skis
Drive or crew a Rescue Boat
Row with our Surfboat Teams
Operate radio communications
Participate in Nippers (6 -13 yo)
Senior, Junior, Family memberships
PO Box 1041, Frankston, Vic. 3199.
Location: Frankston Foreshore. At the end of Wells Street, near the intersection with Nepean Highway. (McDonald's is on the corner).
We are located on the eastern shore of Port Phillip Bay, 500m north of Frankston pier, about a 45 minute drive 50km south east of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.