New South Wales
- President - Peter Cronin
- Andrew Hill
- Ron Barnes
- Selwyn Brown
- Danny Cass
- Anita Collins
- Cindy Hoad
- Mark McLennan
- James Whiteside
- Peter Wiebe
NSW Branch Constitution - Preamble
The New South Wales Branch of the Royal Life Saving Society Australia was the first Branch to operate in Australia and begun its operations in 1894. The Branch was later:
- Registered as a Charity under the Charitable Collections Act 1934-41 on 8 March 1957
- Registered as a Company Limited by Guarantee with the Australian Securities Commission on 15 September 1967
- Registered as a Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) under the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 (Australian Taxation Office) on 1 July 2000.
The new Constitution, was presented at The Society's Annual General Meeting on 22 November 2007 at Castle Hill. The new Constitution intentionally maintains the basic principles which formed the foundation of The Society's Memorandum and Articles of Association, but also refreshes out of date concepts and updates certain areas to take account of the current corporate environment The Society operates in. The Constitution was ratified at the 2007 Annual General Meeting.
The annual report provides a summary for Royal Life Saving Society New South Wales of the highlights, activities and educational awards issued during the financial year, together with reports from the President and Program Areas. Reports are listed below for reference.