Royal Life Saving Northern Territory has a proud history of serving communities and individuals and is the leading water safety education and training provider in the Northern Territory.

The NT formed a stand‐alone Branch of the Royal Life Saving Society – Australia in 1965 and since then has played a critical role in reducing drowning deaths, particularly in under five‐year‐olds through raising water safety awareness and teaching children water safety and swimming skills.

Royal Life Saving Northern Territory Constitution 2020


President/Chairperson - Penny Hart
Vice President/Deputy Chairperson - James Sheridan
Treasurer - Joe De Luca 
Secretary - Rod Cremona
Member - Randall Cook
Member - Alice Doyle  
Member - James Sheridan
Member - Belinda Lawton
Member - Sarah Dowd

Executive Director, RLSS-NT Public Officer - Annette (Floss) Roberts


The Royal Life Saving Society is a non-profit, benevolent society and we rely on your support to ensure services continue to be provided to the wider community. Your membership fees are tax deductible and will be used to develop and promote community based programs relating to water safety issues.

Membership runs on a financial year. Members will receive a monthly on-line newsletter, an invitation to our Family Christmas Party as well as other member events and a 5% discount on RLSSA-NT training courses.

To print a membership form and to view the RLSSA-NT Branch Member Code Of Ethics please see below:

NT 2020-2021 Membership Form and Code of Ethics

Membership Information


NT Government

Annual Reports

The annual report provides a summary for Royal Life Saving Society NT of the highlights, activities and educational awards issued during the financial year, together with reports from the President and Program Managers. Reports are listed below for reference.