SLSA Video Resources

SLSA Beach Safe Videos

Surf Life Saving Australia have produced a series of Beach Safety Videos that are avaiable to the public.

This section contains links to these videos to help you understand the beach and the ocean and to educate you on how you can stay safe at the beach!

Check out the links below that deal with a range of topics of how to stay safe at the beach.

Click play on a video link of interest to begin watching at the Surf Life Saving Youtube Channel.

For more videos from Surf Life Saving, please visit Surf Life Saving Australia's Youtube Channel.

 


Beach Safety - For visitors to Australian Beaches

 

Your guide to enjoying the beach safely, brought to you by Surf Life Saving. Click here to play video.

 

For more beach safety information, visit http://www.sls.com.au

 

Rip Currrent Survival - Surf Life Saving

Surf lifesaver Andy Cross explains how you can survive a rip current if caught in one.Click here to play video.

 

For more beach safety information visit http://www.sls.com.au

 

How to stay safe at the beach - Surf Life Saving

Surf lifesaver Mitch explains what you need to check before going for a swim at the beach. Click here to play video.

 

For more beach safety information visit http://www.sls.com.au

 

 

Beach Flags and Signs - Surf Life Saving

 

Learn about what each flag on Australia's beaches represents. Remember, always swim between the red and yellow flags.Click here to play video.

 

For more beach safety information visit http://www.sls.com.au

How Waves Form - Surf Life Saving

 

Dr Rob Brander from the UNSW explains how waves are formed.Click here to play video.

 

For more beach safety information visit

http://www.sls.com.au

Learn CPR - Surf Life Saving

CPR is a skill for life. Surf Life Saving encourages everyone to take a CPR course, so that they can save a life anywhere. Click here to play video.

 

 

For more beach safety information visit

http://www.sls.com.au

Rip Current Identification - Surf Life Saving

 

Dr Rob Brander of the University of New South Wales explains how to identify a rip current.Click here to play video.

 

For more beach safety information visit http://www.sls.com.au