We provide a family friendly, safe environment, youth development and high quality patrolling services.
The Club now known as the Floreat Surf Life Saving Club was first formed by a band of young men in 1947 under the name of North City Surf Life Saving Club. Prior to 1947, members of the City of Perth club occasionally patrolled Floreat Beach, then known as Wembley or North City Beach.
A new vision for the club commenced in 1958. At the general meeting, it was voted to change the club's name from North City to Floreat. This step was taken to get away from the idea that North City was only an extension of the City of Perth club. This is when the club got its third colour, "Carnation Red" was added to the royal blue and gold of the North City club.
This is what we agreed on at the strategy as our purpose: Keeping the beach safe for families and friends.
We provide a family friendly safe environment and member education to support lifesaving services and youth development. Through the Nipper program introduce junior members to surf lifesaving and surf sports giving them the skills to become senior members and surf lifesavers.
Our current Broad of Directors comprises: