With stars streaking the night sky the lone sentinel stands watch over the deserted beach from his sandy perch. Silently waiting through the dark hours for sunrise and people to return to the waves it sits empty and void of life like the beach before it. Off duty yet present in it's bright yellow paint, an iconic beacon of safety and protection it waits through the dark night for the call of the surf to its riders.
Tower 45 has seen countless days of action upon its doorstep while sheltering its heroic occupants, the faithful men and women of the Royal Australian Lifeguards. Protecting the coast in selfless duty upon the oceans restless waves and deceiving rips, a proud tradition of Aussie loyalty and self sacrifice.