Surf Life Saving Lottery

Surf Life Saving exists to save lives, create great Australians and build better communities. Australia has over 11,500 beaches dispersed along 36,000km of coastline with Australian beaches receiving an estimated 100 million visits annually.

With over 160,000 members and 313 Surf Life Saving Clubs across Australia, Surf Life Saving is the largest volunteer movement of its kind in Australia.

Surf Life Saving Lotteries raises much needed funds for Surf Life Saving in Australia, through the sale of lottery tickets.

Each year the Surf Life Saving Foundation operates six prize home lotteries, which provides our supporters with opportunities to win luxury prize homes, gold bullion, cars and gift vouchers.

We also operate a member loyalty program, the Champions Club. Members of our Champions Club receive exclusive entry into our $25,000 Second Chance Draw, $250,000 Cash Draw, and more, all at no extra cost.

And remember, each time you support Surf Life Saving Lotteries you’re helping to provide funds for our volunteers to continue keeping our beaches safe, all while giving yourself the chance to win amazing prizes!

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Surf Life Saving Foundation

Surf Life Saving has a proud tradition of saving lives for over 100 years. Since 1907, surf lifesavers have volunteered their time and effort to provide a dedicated lifesaving service around the country.
The Surf Life Saving Foundation is the fundraising body for Surf Life Saving in Australia. We rely heavily on the support from the community to continue providing a vital service on keeping our beaches safe.

So why support Surf Life Saving?

Saving life, protecting life, promoting life. Surf Life Saving epitomises the lifestyle, values and beliefs of the Australian culture.

Every time you make that conscious decision to swim between the red and yellow flags or take your family and friends to a patrolled beach, you are using the service.

The beach is free but actively providing this lifesaving service does cost, and with limited funds from government it really is community donations that keep us afloat.

Where your money goes

Australia has a massive 35,000 km of coastline where volunteer Surf Lifesavers from 313 clubs around the country assist more than 100 million beach visitations each year.

The cost of providing this service is only possible thanks to the wonderful support of the community. Donations are directed into four main areas requiring ongoing funding, rescue gear and equipment,  training, first aid supplies and surf safety community education programs.

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