Volunteer Marine Rescue – Raby Bay

Throughout Queensland, there are 25 Volunteer Marine Rescue squadrons. It’s a network that offers support, and search and rescue services, from Point Danger in the south of the state to the remote waters of the Gulf of Carpentaria.
Volunteer Marine Rescue is based at Cleveland Point, where it can look out for boaties on Moreton Bay. The team relies solely on volunteers, with around 70 volunteers devoting their time to the Raby Bay unit.
If you would like to contribute some funds or your time, then be sure to visit the website below.


Volunteer Marine Rescue Raby Bay

17 William Street, Cleveland
3821 2244

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