Surf Girl

SURF GIRL IS FIRST AND FOREMOST A MEMBER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM WHICH SEEKS TO ENGAGE MEMBERS WITHIN SURF LIFE SAVING AND TO DEVELOP THEIR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE FOR THEIR FUTURE CAREERS WITHIN AND OUTSIDE THE MOVEMENT.

Surf Girl (formerly known as Summer Surf Girl/Program) has injected close to $17 million into surf life saving clubs throughout Queensland since its inception in 1964.

All funds raised are distributed back into participating clubs to be used in a variety of ways, such as the maintenance and purchase of new rescue equipment, surf safety education, member development, increasing volunteer memberships and expanding training programs.

Funds raised since 1964

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Surf Life Saving Queensland is proud to invite you to the 2020 Surf Girl Awards Dinner.

Join us as we celebrate the program’s participants and their achievements.

The Awards Dinner is the final presentation of all entrants to the public, with the winners being announced in four categories:

  • Surf Girl Winner
  • Surf Girl Runner-Up
  • Surf Girl Highest Fundraiser
  • Surf Girl Innovation Award

Date: 15 May, 2020
Time: 6:30pm
Location: The Star Casino, Gold Coast
*This is an all-ages event

 
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Past Winners (2000-2019)

Meet the Surf Girl winners since the turn of the century.

Complete Table
2019 Sophie Gerry Mermaid Beach
2018 Jessica Simpson Dicky Beach
2017 Shelley Roberts Palm Beach
2016 Anne-Marie Westby Point Lookout
2015 Tiffany Di Ianni Marcoola
2014 Caitlin Knight Dicky Beach
2013 Tori Demopoulos Arcadian
2012 Brigette Seymour Alexandra Headland
2011 Lydia Allen Dicky Beach
2010 Paige Cooper North Burleigh
2009 Tammy Humphreys Bundaberg
2008 Megan Crockford Surfers Paradise
2007 Tramayne Horan Southport
2006 Renee Fife Broadbeach
2005 Melissa Chiesa Forrest Beach
2004 Belinda Brown Surfers Paradise
2003 Toni Bingham-Rolls Burleigh Heads Mowbray Park
2002 Kizzie-Kate Stumer Southport
2001 Camila Occhipinti Currumbin
2000 Bianca Achurch North Burleigh
Year Winner Club