Become a Volunteer
Members of Volunteer Marine Rescue groups play a vital role in helping to ensure that the community is a safe place in which to work, live and play.
Volunteer Marine Rescue groups work in close liaison with the WA Police Service, coordinating and performing search and rescue missions around Western Australia's inland waterways and at sea for the WA Community.
Members are volunteers who provide a commitment in time, knowledge and expertise in both operational and non-operationsal roles. They play a role anywhere from being a skipper or crew on a rescue vessel, manning a radio in the operations room, providing administrative support, to helping with hot drinks and sustenance during extended searches. There is a role for everyone.