The Bondi Rescue lifeguards are household names in Australia and around the world. The combination of their larrikin humour with their second-to-none life savings skills has captured the attention of millions of viewers worldwide. Thousands of tourists flock daily to the beach for their slice of the famous Bondi lifestyle. Keeping those tourists, and the locals, safe are 35 highly trained men, and one woman, the custodians of Australia's most famous beach, the Bondi Rescue lifeguards. In the 11th season of the hit reality series, the boys and girl in blue, encounter bag thieves, street hoodlums, drug abuse and alcohol. They deal with sharks, resuscitations, cuts, broken bones, and thousands of rescues. For a few lifeguards, this is a first-time experience. Bondi's latest trainee, 19-year-old Ryan Yerbury, is experiencing his first season as a lifeguard. There is high expectation from all of the lifeguard trainees, but none more so than Ryan himself, who is cousin to veteran lifeguard Trent "Maxi" Maxwell. Two more new faces hit Bondi's shores and join the team this year. Chris Emery from Western Australia and Jackson Doolan from the Sunshine Coast both have years of lifeguarding experience, but their resumes count for little when faced with Bondi's massive crowds and dangerous conditions. Can these new lifeguards prove their worth? This season, tempers are frayed when the lifeguards are overwhelmed by the Bondi crowds and the pressure this places on the team, supermodel Heidi Klum pays the beach-side suburb a visit; and even Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull drops by. Bondi Rescue's favourite lifeguards are all on hand to teach the new faces just what it takes to be a lifeguard in such a unique location, and in the process, help them discover a side of themselves they never knew existed.