Woolamai Beach Road, Cape Woolamai, Victoria
Description: Cape Woolamai Beach is the longest and most exposed beach on Phillip Island, and is home to the island's only surf life saving club, founded in 1959. Cape Woolamai beach is patrolled during the summer period, while Cowes main beach and Smiths beach are patrolled from 26th December to 26 January, please check the website for further details. Take care in the water, Woolamai Surf Lifesaving Club rescues an average of 55 people annually.
The Club also offers over 300 children the opportunity to participate in the Woolamai Beach Surf Life Saving Club Nippers program with a fun environment, children meet new friends and learn water safety and survival skills. You can also enrol in the Surf Rescue Certificate and become a life saver too.
- Several Phillip Island beaches are patrolled over the summer by the Woolamai Surf Lifesaving Club
- Lifesavers are only on duty when the red and yellow flags are displayed. Remember to always swim between the flags
- For patrol information visit www.woolamaibeach.asn.au
- For more information on lifesaving Victoria visit www.lifesavingvictoria.com.au
- Rock fishermen are advised to exercise extreme caution. Download the rock fishing safety brochure (multiple languages)
- For multilingual information on rips and beach safety visit https://beachsafe.org.au/surf-safety/multilingual