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May 17, 2021

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Surf rescue graduates: Ashton Morris, Grayson Barnard, Tiger-Lilly Hood and Ella Sinclair with chief training officer Braeden McHugh-Easy.

Make sure you welcome the graduates of the latest Surf Rescue Certificate Course next time you head for a swim at Brunswick Heads.

The local high school students have studied and practised Surf Rescue Skills and are now competent in Radio Communications, Board and Tube Rescue, First Aid and working as a team in Beach Patrol Operations.

If you enjoy the beach and would like to be part of a strong community organisation and be a Surf Life Saver, the next Bronze Medallion and Surf Rescue Certificate Course will start on March 4, 2018.

For further please contact Braeden at [email protected]


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