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Beach Safety

The Beach & Coastal Safety Resource Hub is designed to create a fun, engaging and interactive space to learn about beach and coastal safety.

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Rips are the number one hazard on Australian beaches. The best way to avoid a rip is to swim at a patrolled beach between the red and yellow flags.

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Australia’s waters are home to many interesting and fascinating creatures, including bluebottles, some of which can be the cause of painful stings!

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Rock fishing is one of the most dangerous sports in Australia. The majority of rock fishing-related deaths in Australia occur in NSW, with an average of eight people losing their lives rock fishing in NSW every year.

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Taking a road trip up the coast? On holiday? Or just looking for the right beach for you? Find your nearest patrolled beaches in seconds.

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SLSNSW currently provide two separate UAV programs across NSW.

Find out more UAVs in Surf Life Saving