Fingal Rovers Surf Life Saving Club is a small but proud club in the heart of Fingal Head, NSW.

Far North Coast Branch Awards
2019 Surf Club of the Year Runner up 
2020 Lifesaver of the Year – Paul Ransom
2020 Patrol of the Year – Patrol 4 (Patrol Captain Geoff Magoffin)

Our passionate team of Surf Life Savers and volunteers are dedicated to keeping the public safe on Fingal Beach and surrounding areas. We patrol during these hours from late September to Anzac Day:

10.00am to 4.00pm (NSW)

10.00am to 4.00pm (NSW)

Public Holidays
10.00am to 4.00pm (NSW)

Australian Lifeguard Service patrols the beach Monday to Friday during school holidays.

Interested in joining our club? We are always looking for new members to get involved in patrolling or assisting the club behind the scenes.

Info on Memberships

As well as patrolling Fingal Beach, our club also is active in the community, running a range of events and training sessions out of our clubhouse for the local community and visitors.

Events at Fingal Rovers


Fingal Rovers Surf Life Saving Club was started in 1933 to ensure the safety of the beach going public in the Letitia Spit area near Fingal Head. We were formed by combining the Murwillumbah Rover Scouts and Fingal Head locals, and have been supported over the years by members from all over South East Queensland and Northern NSW.

Meet our Board

Ash Blake | President | [email protected]

John O’Neill | Vice President | [email protected]

Ross Thorley | Dir of Administration | [email protected]

David Williams | Dir of Finance | [email protected]

Julie Blake | Dir of Lifesaving | [email protected]

Daniel Flood | Board Member