Patrolling the beach to provide a safe swimming environment for the public. Also we train people in a variety of qualifications such as C P R, bronze, medallion
* Life Saving Club
* The Life Saving season is from November to Easter|* Beach Patrols weekends and public holidays|* Senior competition, Junior (under 14) competition and training every Sunday 1am|* Teaching of life saving skills from five years up|* Life saving skills taught most of the year, to club members only |* All active members over 13 years are required to undertake beach patrols during the summer|* Registration times and commencement of season available on www.morningtonlsc.com
* Clubhouse is located at Mount Martha, North of Mount Martha Yacht Club.|* Meetings held at the clubhouse|* Nippers Program where the children participate in various activities ranging from water safety and survival, to board paddling, beach relays, swimming, beach flags and resuscitation|* The club is affiliated with Life Saving Victoria
The Portsea Surf Life Saving Club was formed in 1949 by a group of local residents to protect the lives of swimmers at the notoriously dangerous Mt. Levy Beach, commonly referred to as the Portsea Back Beach. The beach is part of the Pt. Nepean National Park, which is managed by Parks Victoria. Since 1949 members have been responsible for saving over 4,500 lives on our beach.
Since 1949 the Club has assisted over 1,500 young men and women to gain the Surf Life Saving Australia’s coveted Bronze Medallion.