Staff at the Mossy Point Boat Ramp Kiosk can now help save a life.
The Broulee Surfers Surf Life Saving Club recently installed a defibrillator at the Kiosk and provided a training session on how to use it.
The popular spot at Mossy Point regularly sees many tourists and locals enjoying water activities such as kayaking, surfing, boating and swimming.
The surf club was able to purchase the unit with assistance from a NSW Government grant, Moruya Rotary, and the Broulee Pharmacy.
Club trainers, Peter Halpin and Al Veness hosted a training session at the Kiosk last week, where staff practised their CPR and were up-skilled to use the new life-saving device.
The donated defibrillator is different to what surf life savers use. It is made to be as simple to use as possible.
It's completely automatic in detecting a shockable heart rhythm, and delivering the shock on its own.
"The club is proud to have been able to help the community and make this happen," a Broulee Surf Club spokesperson said.