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Convenor : Paul Toohey

Pearl Beach Safety Advisory Group (PBSAG) is a subcommittee of the Pearl Beach Progress Association.

The tragic drowning of a young boy in 2014, the subsequent Coroners’ findings and a successful Defibrillator appeal in the summer of 2015/16, contributed to the formation of this group of experts to advise the community on Beach and other safety issues. 

A desire of the Pearl Beach Community to prevent another tragedy became the catalyst for the formation of this Group.

Our first project was to oversee the provision, installation and maintenance of life-saving equipment at the beachfront and other locations in Pearl Beach. A vital part of this project is the ongoing education and demonstration of the use of this equipment to our community and visitors.

We have now organised CPR / Defibrillator and Beach Safety courses and demonstrations, as well as half-day and full-day, accredited First Aid Courses with the assistance of Surf Life Saving NSW.

We do seek your support in helping us to make our wonderful Community safer for residents and visitors alike.​

The areas of activity covered by the PBSAG can be seen in the terms of reference document below.


Our latest major project – A Community Support Centre – was opened on the 11th December 2022. Click here to see the media release including photos and video.

Do you have a Bush Fire Survival Plan ?
Create one now at – https://www.myfireplan.com.au/

Neighbour Alert Program & Street Contacts : Please click on this item for further information

For further information please message us at Safety Advisory Group on the Contact Us page .

A highly visible ‘Emergency Survival Kit’ Must Have Bag is now available, having emergency contact information on the outside and an emergency survival checklist inside to assist people to pack the important items that they need to take with them in the event of a bush fire.
These bags are for sale for $10 with a donation to be given to the Pearl Beach Volunteer Fire Brigade.

Please contact the Safety Advisory Group via the Contact Us page should you wish to enquire about or purchase these red Must-Have Bags.

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