Bravery Award Winner Ryan Sanders

 Lifeguard skills come in handy on land

When driving home in Australind, Ryan Sanders noticed a commotion on the side of the road where a woman had collapsed while walking and he immediately stopped to assist.

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RLSSWA President Colin Hassell with lifeguard David Snelling, WA Governor Kim Beazley AC, Lifeguards Samantha Hooper and Ryan Sanders

Leschenault Leisure Centre staff awarded

Leschenault Leisure Centre staff recently received a Royal Life Saving Bravery Award for saving the life of a patron who suffered a heart attack in the pool.

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women in swimming pool smiling at camera

Multicultural adults learn to Swim and Survive in the South West

Royal Life Saving WA is working hard to ensure all Australians have an opportunity to learn vital swimming and water safety skills.

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Bunbury seniors

 Bunbury seniors learn to save lives

Two keen seniors learnt valuable lifesaving skills as part of the Royal Life Saving Grey Medallion program at the South West Sports Centre in Bunbury.

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group of sea scouts training at a lake

Bunbury Sea Scouts get bronzed

The Bunbury Sea Scouts recently completed their Bronze Medallion course at Leschenault Inlet. 

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south west community trainers

 We celebrate our South West lifesavers

Royal Life Saving WA hosted a Professional Development Workshop at the South West Sports Centre in Bunbury.

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Max Goldsmith with his Bravery Award

Brave grandson rewarded

Fifteen-year-old Max Goldsmith saved his Grandfather Michael's life after he suffered an anaphylactic reaction from two bee stings. 

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children at Margaret River swim school

 South West kids learn pool lifesaving skills

Royal Life Saving trainers visited Margaret River Swim School to present a Junior Lifeguard Club development session.

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