Red Rock-Corindi SLSC Established 1991
Red Rock surf beach runs due south-west from Red Rock for 5.2km to the rocks and reef that interrupt the beach on the north side of the Corindi Beach township. Access is in the north via the surf club and in the south from Corindi. This beach faces the south-east with waves averaging 1.5m. It has a double bar surf zone, however because of medium-to-coarse sand, the inner bar is often attached to the beach producing a steep beach face, with widely-spaced rips cutting across the rhythmic outer bar.
The tragic drowning of father and son Gary and Terry Wall at Red Rock on the 31st January 1988 promted the communities of Red Rock and Corindi to form a group to furhter prevent tragedies. After many long drawn out battles Red Rock Corindi SLSC became an official Surf Life Savbing club in December 1991.
6 (1-safest, 10-least safe)