Becoming a Member
Williamstown Swimming & Life Saving Club (WSLSC) welcomes new members.
Our primary function is to train and provide volunteer lifesavers and ensure Williamstown has a patrolled beach from November through to Easter. The Club is run by volunteers and we rely on members for their support to ensure we can deliver services to the community and activities to our membership.
Your annual membership fees ensure the Club remains viable and has the vital equipment and training to provide lifesaving services, maintain equipment, facilities, our pool and deliver essential programs such as nippers.
The Committee encourages members to become involved in the activities of the Club – volunteer lifesaving, nippers, fundraising, social get-togethers and we welcome members to stand for positions on the committee and subcommittees. If you are keen to get involved please let us know.
For further information, please email the club at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 0418 341 595.
- Access to our 30m outdoor pool
- Access to change rooms, showers & toilets
- Use of watercraft (boards & skis) during patrol hours
- Discounted hall hire for private functions
- Professional training opportunities
- Wi-Fi on site
- Personal training sessions (small additional fee)
- Opportunities to compete
- Opportunities to become a life saver
(as listed on the family Medicare card with dependants up to the age of 18.)
NB. Full time students will be included in the family membership up to the age of 25
(18 years and older)
(15 – 18 yrs old or a full time student to the age of 25)
(A pensioner, Health Care or Concession card holders)
NB. Seniors card is not applicable
Working With Children Check
It is a requirement that all members over the age of 18 obtain a Working with Children Check (WWCC) with the club listed as an organisation.
Membership will not be accepted until we receive a WWCC assessment notice from the Department of Justice.
As a volunteer, it is a straightforward process to obtain your WWCC and it is free of charge. Find out more here