The Port Sorell Surf Life Saving Club is one of 15 Surf Life Saving clubs in Tasmania that provide volunteer educational and emergency rescue services to the community.
We are a volunteer community service that relies solely on community donations, fundraising and corporate sponsorship to achieve our objective of providing safe beaches throughout the year.
We have a strong focus on educating children about surf awareness, developing their fitness and water skills, and fostering them to eventually become our next generation of Surf Lifesavers.
We welcome you and hope that you’ll find our club a great place to enjoy with your family and friends.
Our volunteer patrols do not operate between April and November, but our Emergency Response Team continues to be available to respond to requests for assistance 24hrs a day, 365 days a year.
If you need help in the surf, or on our waterways, call Triple Zero and ask for Police. Tasmania Police will activate our volunteer Surf Life Saving Emergency Response Team as required.
Tasmanian Public Health directives required that any person entering our facilities or taking part in activities with the club must provide their information for contact tracing using the free Check in TAS app.
There are QR codes at each entrance for this purpose.
If anyone does not have or cannot use a smartphone or the Check in TAS app, they may be checked in by another person in their group, or by one of our volunteers. If no suitable device is available, your details may be recorded with pen and paper.
The Public Health direction requires that we refuse entry to a person who does not provide the required information.
Port Sorell Surf Life Saving Club will come alive on Friday 19th November from 7 pm when local artist Gina Timms will host one of Australia’s most exciting new artists,