Surf Life Saving Queensland encourage people to become a lifesaver - get the jab this weekend
This weekend 23 surf lifesaving clubs from Cairns to Coolangatta will be opening up as vaccination clinics as a part of the Queensland Government’s campaign to increase vaccination rates.
Surf Life Saving Queensland is excited to help support this initiative by offering additional locations for vaccination clinics.
Clubs will be welcoming anyone and everyone who is eligible to come down and visit over the weekend.
Surf Life Saving Queensland CEO Dave Whimpey says Surf Life Saving Queensland hopes the addition of these vaccination clinics at their clubs will motivate Queenslanders to come along and get their jab.
“This is the community’s chance to be a lifesaver this weekend by getting a vaccine,” he said.
Clubs which will be taking part as pop-up clinics include:
- Port Douglas SLSC (Four Mile Beach)
- Cairns SLSC (Palm Cove)
- Emu Park SLSC
- Broadbeach SLSC
- Burleigh Heads Mowbray Park SLSC
- Mermaid A.E.M.E. SLSC
- Miami Beach SLSC
- Southport SLSC
- Coolangatta SLSC
- Pacific SLSC
- Eimeo SLSC
- Redcliffe Peninsula SLSC (Suttons Beach)
- Coolum Beach SLSC
- Metropolitan Caloundra SLSC (Kings Beach)
- Marcoola SLSC
- Maroochydore SLSC
- Mooloolaba SLSC
- Mudjimba SLSC
- Sunshine Beach SLSC
- Arcadian SLSC
- Elliott Heads SLSC
- Bundaberg SLSC
- Hervey Bay SLSC
For a full list of locations and further details head to the Queensland Government website: