On the 19th December 1925, the first Surf Patrol took up duty on North Cronulla Beach, their only rescue equipment being a surfline, reel and belt which Members stored on the verandah of a nearby house until a Clubhouse was built.
By the end of the first season of patrols, North Cronulla members had performed 24 rescues and could say with pride. "no lives were lost on North Cronulla Beach"' thereby setting a tradition for the Club Members to follow for the next 88 years.
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