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Rainbow Bay Surf Life Saving Club

About Rainbow Bay Surf Life Saving Club

Want to become an active Life Saver?
Come join Rainbow Bay Surf Life Saving Club.

Rainbow Bay Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) was established in 1962 due to the growing population and families finding Rainbow Bay a safe place to swim and a great place to surf.

Rainbow Bay SLSC is the most southern club on the Queensland coast and is also positioned on one of the Gold Coast’s only north facing beaches, providing sheltered conditions for swimming. There are picnic tables, a kids playground, public BBQs and toilets.

Volunteers patrol the beach every weekend from September to May and Council Lifeguards patrol the beach all year round.

The clubhouse offers its members a training area, showers and change room and large equipment area. The upstairs area of the club is run by the Supporters Club.

Our Supporter’s Club’s deck is the perfect spot to have a beer and watch as the waves roll in the distance and the sun sets over the hinterland.

We have membership types to suit many different requirements. The club offers a great community service for all age groups and welcomes the public to come and enjoy the facilities at Rainbow Bay SLSC.


2 Snapper Rocks Road
Coolangatta QLD 4225

[email protected]

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