Welcome to Rockingham Volunteer Sea Rescue Group

Rockingham Volunteer Sea Rescue Group is located at Point Peron, with its Headquarters housing Cape Peron, Crew Room, Training Centre and the VN6KC Radio Tower. The FSR Jaimee Lee is permanently moored on the jetty adjacent to the public ramps, fuelled and ready to respond at a moment’s notice.


Since its conception the Rockingham Volunteer Sea Rescue Group’s membership has grown to 450 members of which 65 are “active”, manning the rescue vessels, the radio tower and telephones to provide the boating public of Rockingham and surrounding districts with emergency coverage 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


The duty crew man our rescue vessels and are on standby for a period of 24 hours, with crews rotating over a 7 day period, 365 days per year. We also have administration staff undertaking various duties at our Headquarters, all of which are volunteers and local to Rockingham.


Duty Radio Officers commence work at 0600 hours, standing 4 hour radio watches until 2200 hours every day of the week in the summer months (September through to April). An overnight telephone watch is maintained on our Emergency Number 9528 2222. Radio watch hours are reduced in the winter months Β (May to August) 0700 hoursΒ toΒ 1800 hours , with a telephone watch operating from 1800 to 0600 the following day.


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Hi all, as it says, time for pre summer boating checks, heres a link from Marine Safety to some useful information. ... See MoreSee Less

With summer just around the corner it is time to think about getting the boat out and doing a little bit of maintenance. You can download our free step by step guide to maintaining your boat at http:/...

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Good to see one of our sponsors, Lees Transport taking out a major category at the BP Truck show and Shine event. ... See MoreSee Less

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Have a look at this great example of emergency services working together last night to help two stricken vessels who had sent a distress signal from somewhere off the coast. Volunteer Marine Rescue groups, Western Australia Police and the RAC Rescue Helicopter responded quickly to help locate them. You can see in the second photo the use of essential technology which helps the teams see at night.

With summer coming, this shows the importance of boat owners having the correct safety equipment and knowing how to use it. To find out what you need to do to stay safe on the water visit Marine Safety WA

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A busy night on the water tonight for rescue crews. An EPIRB activation started the search and our crews were dispatched at speed along with Rockingham Volunteer Sea Rescue Group, Water Police and a ...

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Late yesterday, the crew aboard "Jaimee Lee" responded to an epirb west of Garden Island and located a disabled vessel 20 nm out and took it under tow. Shortly after Water Police advised that another vessel was in need of assistance some 14 nm south.
The rescue vessel "Avail" from Cockburn Sea Rescue arrived on scene and took over the tow of the first vessel, allowing "Jaimee Lee" to head south where with the assistance of the Police helicopter they located the second vessel.
This vessel had suffered a major engine failure and was subsequently towed back to our Point Peron base arriving back at about 2230 hours.

Well done to the crews of "Jaimee Lee" and "Avail "
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