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A volunteering initiative from the DoSomething charity

Contact Details

Located in the Norman Point carpark between the boat ramp and Tin Can Bay Yacht Club
Norman Point, Tin Can Bay

Base Duty Officer

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Opening hours

  • 06:00AM - 06:00PM
  • 06:00AM - 06:00PM
  • 06:00AM - 06:00PM
  • 06:00AM - 06:00PM
  • 06:00AM - 06:00PM
  • 06:00AM - 06:00PM
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QF17 Coast Guard Tin Can Bay

Coast Guard is a national volunteer marine rescue organisation whose mission is to save lives at sea and to promote safety at sea through safe boating initiatives and public education resources. QF17 provides a marine rescue service to Tin Can Bay, Cooloola Coast (including the Wide Bay Bar) and southern Great Sandy Strait.

Getting Involved

The organisation seeks dedicated and committed volunteer with a passion for boating. Volunteers can operate as rescue boat crew, base station radio operators, fundraising, and administration areas including maintenance, public relations and publicity, finance, and general administration. Experience is beneficial but not essential - all training is provided. To get involved, visit QF17's Norman Point Base to collect an application form.

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