Swimming Clubs in South Australia

Clubs Listed : 9

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Clovercrest Swimming Club —- Visited: 73 Times

    Modbury North

    Listing id: 3167

    Clovercrest Swimming Club Inc. is one of the most successful and recognised clubs in South Australian swimming, with swimmers from 7 years of age to world champions. 

  • Fleurieu Swimming Club —- Visited: 43 Times


    Listing id: 3168

    The Fleurieu Swimming Club was officially formed at a Public Meeting held at the Reynella South Primary School on Thursday June 20th 1991. Affiliation with Swim SA was achieved on June 26th 1991.

  • Henley & Grange Swimming Club —- Visited: 46 Times


    Listing id: 3169

    Henley & Grange is the oldest registered competitive swimming club in South Australia. The Club was formed in 1912 as a result of a meeting of parishioners of the Congregational Church, Henley Beach in 1911.

  • Marion Swimming Club —- Visited: 47 Times

    Oaklands Park

    Listing id: 3170

    The Marion Swimming Club was formed in 1979. The club offers the structure, facilities and incentives for all levels of competitive swimming. It promotes parental support and involvement to ensure the continued success, reward and satisfaction which many achieve in competitive swimming. 

  • Onkaparinga Swimming Club —- Visited: 44 Times


    Listing id: 3171

    The Onkaparinga Swimming Club was reformed in 1990 by a band of dedicated community members. Twenty years later it continues to grow and strengthen with the successful swimming program on offer to members of the Club.

  • South Coast Swimming Club —- Visited: 42 Times


    Listing id: 3172

    South Coast Swimming Club is located half an hour south of Adelaide, South Australia, based at the Noarlunga Leisure Centre.South Coast Swimming Club offers a structure that encourages involvement of its members at many different levels. The Club attempts to provide an atmosphere in which discipline, fun and training combine to produce the best outcome for all and promotes a good family atmosphere where new members are most welcome. 

  • Tea Tree Gully Swimming Club —- Visited: 37 Times

    Holden Hill

    Listing id: 3173

    The Tea Tree Gully Swimming Club caters for swimmers of all abilities from beginners through to competitive swimmers at State level through the Tea Tree Gully Squad and associated Learn to Swim programs. 

  • Unley Amateur Swimming Club —- Visited: 48 Times


    Listing id: 3174

    Founded in 1962, Unley Amateur Swimming Club is one of the oldest swimming clubs in South Australia. Unley ASC provides coaching for a range of swimming abilities from Junior to National Open level. The club provides the opportunity for swimmers to train all year round.

  • Whyalla Swimming Club —- Visited: 37 Times


    Listing id: 3176

    The Whyalla Swimming Club was established in the 1930’s.