Bribie Island Surf Life Saving Club is situated at Woorim Beach, Bribie Island, approximately one hour drive north of Brisbane.

The club continues a long patrolling history at Woorim Beach, which commenced in 1923 by the Metropolitan Swimming Club.

Woorim Beach is a part of a long stretch of beach on the eastern side (surfside) of Bribie Island. Partially protected by Moreton Island the beach experiences a fairly small swell and is generally a safe and very popular swimming environment for families. The beach can experience strong currents, inshore holes and is susceptible to blue bottle stings in strong north-easterly conditions, so always bath between the flags.

The club is also home to a large and very successful Junior Activities section, with a membership of approximately 200. Children from age 7-13 years enjoy this arena developing confidence in the surf, learning surf safety skills and having the opportunity to compete in the Surf Sports Arena.

The Senior Surf Life Saving Club has a patrolling membership of approximately 220. The lifesavers patrol the beach yearly from September to May.