Surf Sports

Surf Sports is the area of Surf Life Saving that provides members an opportunity to practice and refine lifesaving skills in a competitive environment. Members may compete in a range of disciplines at a range of levels from local to state and national competitions. Competition can range from events that focus on endurance and athletic skill such as board or ski paddling to events that focus on honour and tradition such as March Past or Rescue and Resuscitation (R&R). Some events such as IRB Racing and Patrol Competition are designed to allow members to refine skills and test knowledge they would use in a rescue or patrol situation.

All members in the Nippers program who are eligible to compete may participate in the junior carnivals at a range of levels. Members from the U14 to Masters age groups are eligible if they hold their minimum qualification (SRC or Bronze Medallion) and have completed their patrol hour requirements.

For more information about junior carnivals and competition events, junior training and coaching see our Nippers information.

See below for general information about each aspect of Surf Sports.



There are a number of opportunities for members of all ages to train and refine their surf skills for competition and fitness. These include Sunday morning social swims, board and ski training for competitors.

Regular training updates are posted on our Bundaberg Surf Lifesaving Club MEMBERS Facebook page

​​For Juniors (U9-U14) training times, click here.

Competition Images

Bundaberg SLSC has a number of accredited photographers that attend club carnivals. Their images are then free to access for parents and club members. Download them here: