Tweed Heads & Coolangatta Life Saving Club WWI Honour Roll
A round timber board with a raised surround that replicates a life-preserver ring.
TWEED HEADS & COOLANGATTA LIFE SAVING CLUB (on the ring)
HONOR ROLL 1914-18 (at top of board, inside ring)
Roll includes 6 names at the top (those who died), followed by another 33 names.
- Conflicts commemorated
- First World War, 1914–1918
- Memorial type
- Honour roll
- Additional information
The Tweed Heads & Coolangatta Life Saving Club is officially recognised as the oldest surf lifesaving club in Queensland - Established 1911.
The first club house was replaced in 1936 with a more elaborate pavilion. One end of the building was leased to the surf club. The current club house was built over and around the existing pavilion building in 1956 and has been altered over the years. (http://thcslsc.com.au/about-us/, accessed 30 January 2015.)
- Recorded by
- Maris Bruzgulis
- Date recorded
- 13 January 2015