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Albany Swimming Club

The Albany Swimming Club aims to encourage children to enjoy the sport of swimming and maintain their fitness in an interactive environment. The club will endeavour to give all members the opportunity to reach their full potential and achive their goals in competitive swimming.

Applecross Swimming Club
We pride our selves on being on family and social based. We have many social functions including wind ups, bowling nights, camps and many more fun things to do!

Aqua Attack Swimming Club
As a member of the Aqua Attack Swimming Club, you and your children will have the benefits of developing friendships and a healthy lifestyle that will be advantageous for years to come

Arena Swimming Club
Arena Swim Club is the largest swimming club in Perth’s northern suburbs. The club operates at Arena Joondalup and provides swimmers with a development pathway to State, National and International level competition. The club also offers training programs designed to provide individuals with the opportunity to maintain fitness for recreational pursuits through participation in competitive and non-competitive training programs.

Arena Joondalup’s Swim School offers a variety of programmes suitable for children and adults. The program is endorsed by the Royal Life Saving Society of Australia, uses the Swim and Survive Continuum and is registered with Swim Australia.

The swim school offers both term and holiday swimming lessons for children aged 2 to 17 years of all abilities from beginners through to Arena Swim Club squad swimmers.
Small class sizes ensure children receive individualised instruction. Swimming lessons are conducted by fully qualified and experienced teachers and lessons are held in world class pools heated to 26ºC and 29ºC all year round.

Bay View Saints
The Club, established in March 2012, is based at St Hilda's Pool Complex. This new, Olympic-sized, state-of-the-art complex offers our squad swimmers the chance to train year round, thanks to the pool being heated by geothermal bore.

Breakers Swim Club (WA) Inc.
trains at Craigie Leisure Centre, Whitfords Avenue, Craigie

Bunbury Swimming Club
The Bunbury Swimming Club was established in 1960. One of the founding members of the club was David Dickson a triple Olympic bronze medallist. The Bunbury Swimming Club is currently club in residence at the South West Sports Centre, swimming in an indoor 50m pool which is located in Hay Park, Bunbury.

Broome Barracudas Swimming Club
Broome Barracudas Swimming Club
PO Box 1740
Broome WA 6725

Busselton Swimming Club
We are a small, but keen, country club based in the South West of Western Australia.Busselton Swimming Club trains at the Geographe Leisure Centre in West Busselton. The Club caters for competent swimmers from age 7 to 18 who are keen to compete.  While our main focus is on pool events, we also run an open water swimming program during the summer, with the help of our local surf life saving club.  Adult swimming will be available in the near future.

Central Aquatic Swimming & Lifesaving Club

City of Perth Swimming Club
We are based in North Perth, which is part of the Town of Vincent - Western Australia’s oldest swimming club and one of Australia’s most successful swimming clubs. Swimming instruction and coaching available for all squad levels.

Fremantle Port Swim Club
We happily exist as a small family based club, with the goal of providing the highest standard of coaching to our swimmers. The club is well supported by the families in its efforts to ensure each and every swimmer is given all the support and assistance necessary to achieve whatever their individual objectives may be. A positive, happy and supportive environment is one we are proud of, and one we work hard to maintain and protect.

Guildford Blues Swimming Club Inc.
The club prides itself in looking after the individual needs of swimmers and providing them with quality coaching and support to allow them to achieve their goals.

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Hedland Ameteur Swimming Club Inc
Port Hedland

Kalamunda Districts Swimming Club
Kalamunda Districts Swimming Club is very much a family affair. Parents are encouraged to accompany their children to Club Meets and assist with time-keeping, canteen and other activities which support our children in their swimming efforts.

Kalgoorlie Amateur Swimming Club

The Kalgoorlie Amateur Swimming Club strives to provide an opportunity for all swimmers to achieve their best whilst promoting and encouraging a healthy lifestyle for children in our Community.

Kingsway Swimming Club
Kingsway Swimming Club is dedicated to promoting the love of swimming for competition and fitness. The swimming squads cater for school aged kids, adults and triathletes. The club is led by qualified and experienced coaches who have had successful careers in the sport and are committed to building the next generation of swimming champions. The Club operates from Mercedes College indoor aquatic facility, located in the heart of Perth CBD.

Kwinana Swimming Club
Kwinana Swimming Club is a family-orientated, competitive club located about 25 minutes south of Perth CDB. Starting in 1964 the club these days runs club nights on a weekly to fornightly basis. The club is a still growing and is achieving more and more each meet. The website aims to provide all the latest news, results, information on the club, how to contact and of upcoming meets and an area especially desgined for competitors of the club.

Lawley Aquatic
Mt Lawley
Lawley Aquatic is a small community based swimming club, currently training at Perth College. Lawley Aquatic also offers training for all abilities and ages through Perth Swim Academy.

Leisurepark Lazers Swimming Club
Leisurepark Lazers Swimming Club is located in Perth’s northern suburbs at Leisurepark, Princess Road, Balga. We are a community based swimming club and we promote swimming as a healthy, fun and year round sport for all children in the local community We cater for children who wish to swim competitively or for recreation and fitness, our squads range from Junior Squad Intro to National levels.

Lesmurdie Legends Swimming Club
LLSC is a family orientated club, located in the Perth hills suburb of Lesmurdie.  We’re predominantly a junior club and our main focus is to promote swimming as fun and healthy sport which can be enjoyed by the entire family.  Our club aims to bring people and families together to participate in a community environment.  Swimming is not about being faster or slower than your neighbour (although a bit of friendly rivalry for personal motivation is OK), it’s about striving to be the best you can be. From this perspective our club encourages everyone to have a go regardless of experience or skill.  We always welcome new members regardless of ability or age so, please don't be shy, contact us and begin enjoying a healthy and fun sport today.

Mandurah Swimming Club
We welcome new members to the club. We attempt to cater for all swimmers, competitive and recreational, dependant on having sufficient space within the squad best suited to the swimmer in both age and skill.

Melville Swimming Club
The club meets on Monday nights at the Melville Aquatic Centre. Please register by 6.45 as racing starts at 7.00pm. New members are always welcome.

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Mirrabooka District Amateur Swimming Club
The Mirrabooka District Amateur Swimming Club is a non-profit organisation, who's main goal is to improve the swimming abilities of all people, young and old. We have a Junior, Intermediate and Senior Group, for everyone of every skill level.

Newman Churchlands Swimming Club
The club operates all year round with a summer emphasis. The summer program runs between October and March. The club offers a full Coaching program, from the social swimmer to the competitive.

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Peel Aquatic Swimming Club
Peel Aquatic Club is the premier swimming club in the Mandurah area, located at the Mandurah Aquatic & Recreation Centre.  For quality training programs delivered by quality coaches, in a supportive and fun club atmosphere please visit our website to find out more.

Riverside Swimming Club
WA Swimming Association registered club based (for more than 20 years) at Inglewood Swimming Complex (Terry Tyzac Centre, Alexander Road, Inglewood).  With a swimming program across all age groups, everyone is welcome .. from triatheles and masters, right down to nippers and learn to swim.

Riverton Aquanauts 
was formed in 2010 to provide competitive swimming opportunities for people living in and around the City of Canning in Western Australia. The Riverton Aquanauts competes all year long and trains at the Riverton Leisureplex. Riverton Aquanauts promotes a good family atmosphere, with plenty of social activity and fun for all. The aims of our swimming club are to become a driving force not only in Western Australian Swimming but also at an Australian level leading to representation at Commonwealth and Olympic Games.

Rockingham Swimming Club
Home of the Stingrays

Rossmoyne & Districts Swi mming Club
The Rossmoyne & Districts Swimming Club Inc has a very active committee and offers a fun environment for swimmers of all levels, five training opportunities a week and a “Club Night” every Tuesday night.

South Lake Dolphins Swimming Club
The South Lake Dolphins Swimming Club (SLD) are committed to offering a competitive yet friendly environment for all swimmers. SLD is able to do this by working towards our mission statement: "To maximise the swimmer's performances through operating the best swimming club in Western Australia".

Southside Wesley Swimming Club

Our goal as a swimming club is to develop junior swimmers to be the best swimmers they can be. Generally swimmers will develop through club swimming to a level where they can compete at State Championships. From this point, swimmers will be encouraged to compete to the highest levelo of their ability, which could eventually include national and international competition. All swimmers, regardless of goals and level of ability will be appreciated, valued and supported by the club.

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Swan Hills Swimming Club
Swan Hills Swimming Club is a non-profit, self-funded, community based sporting club, affiliated with Swimming WA. The Club is managed by a dedicated group of volunteer members including the Committee, a wonderful team of parents, officials, plus recreational and competitive swimmers. The Club has since nurtured an outstanding group of State, National and International swimmers including Paralympians, and aims to continue this proud tradition of developing new talent. We endeavor to nurture and develop athletes, dedicated to achieving improved fitness and performance levels, within a supportive team culture.

Tuart Hill Swimming Club
Tuart Hill
The main aim of the club is to improve the swimming abilities of the members, from learning to swimming to competative race coaching. Tuart Hill SC is teamed with Mirrabooka SC under the banner of Stirling SC to compete in pennants swim meetings

Thornlie Swimming Club
Thornlie Swimming Club is a friendly, family orientated Club. We meet every Tuesday at Gosnells Leisure World, Cnr Thornlie Ave and Culross Ave, Thornlie, WA, from 6.30pm with racing starting at 7pm. We are classed as an open Club which means we take all swimmers no matter who their coach is. Why not come and try out? The first 2 weeks are free (pool entry applies) all you need to be able to do is swim 25m in at least 3 of the strokes.

UWA-Uniswim Swimming Club
In January 2004 Claremont Uniswim became UWA-Uniswim Swimming Club to formally recognize the links with the University of Western Australia . UWA-Uniswim is a supportive and welcoming Club. The club caters for the whole spectrum of swimmers, from the aspiring Olympian, national, state and school swimmer and the “just for fun” splashers. All can experience and feel the strong bond that has developed over the last 100 odd years.

West Coast Swimming Club
Mt Claremont
The West Coast Swimming Club was formed in 1971 and is based in Perth(Challenge Stadium). West Coast Swimming Club has maintained it's position as one of Western Australia's leading swimming club's. The club caters for all swimmers from a developmental level to an international elite level.

Western Sprint Swimming Club
Trinity College, East Perth
WSSC is a competitive swimming club, providing a professional, safe, and friendly environment for both competitive and recreational club members to participate in the great Australian sport of swimming. We have to two experienced and highly qualified coaches who work hard to ensure each member will reach their maximum potential.

Westside Christ Church Aquatic
Established by Bill Kirby, OAM, 2000 Olympic Gold Medallist, in July 2009, Westside Christ Church Aquatic Swimming Club trains at the Christ Church Grammar School pool on the corner of Stirling Highway and Queenslea Drive in Claremont, Western Australia.

The club is open to men, women and children of all ages and skills.

Our programs will cater for school level swimming, recreational swimming, swimming for fitness, as well as those with National or International aspirations.  We ultimately aim to ensure we cater to the highest possible standards for the individual goals of each of our swimmers.


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