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Burnside Swimming Club
Burnside Swimming Club believe swimming is an excellent sport which helps our young people in their character building and in acquiring good discipline. Burnside swimming Club is a progressive and friendly Swimming Club with the welfare of its swimmers at heart. We welcome new members who are interested in competitive swimming.

Clovercrest Swimming Club
Clovercrest is one of the most successful and recognized swimming clubs in South Australia, with swimmers from 7 years of age to World Champions.  


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Fleurieu Swimming Club
The Fleurieu Swimming Club is a family orientated club based at the Sherriffs Road Swimming Centre in Reynella in the southern suburbs of Adelaide in South Australia.The aim of the club is to encourage and promote swimmers of all ages to enjoy competitive swimming. We have swimmers in all age groups who compete socially and at high-level competition meets.

Henley & Grange Swimming Club
Our club offers year round coaching. Squad training is graded to meet the needs of all levels, from those graduating from learn to swim to National Championships.  

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Marion Swimming Club
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.
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Norwood Swimming Club

Onkaparinga Swimming Club
The Onkaparinga Swimming Club caters for all ages and categories of membership.

Payneham Swimming Club
Payneham Swimming Club (PSC) was founded in 1942 and is one of the oldest swimming clubs in South Australia.  The club has produced several Olympians and it's members participate in pool competition, open water swimming, surf, lifesaving and water polo. Why Payneham Swimming Club?
Payneham Swimming Club welcomes all swimmers who can competently swim 50 metres of freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke.  We are a strong community based club providing a range of opportunities for members to develop their potential in all forms of swimming including competition, fitness and stroke production.
We provide:

  • Skill development and specialised stroke clinics delivered by highly qualified and experienced coaches.
  • Squad training for juniors through to state and National competition levels.
  • Preparation for competitive swimming and school swimming carnivals.
  • Training for water polo players, open water competitors and cross training for other sports (e.g. football, soccer, basketball and netball)
  • Dry land training
  • Affiliation with Swimming Australia and Swim SA
  • Club rooms for social activities including time trials, BBQ's and Club Nights.
  • Regular communication through newsletters, Facebook and website.
  • A family friendly environment.
  • Fitness, Fun and Friendship.
  • Free "Come and try" Sessions are available.

PBA Piranhas Swimming Club
PBA Piranhas Swimming Club is based in the western suburbs of Adelaide at leading independent school, Immanuel College.

Created and inspired by triple-Olympian Glenn Beringen, PBA encourages all swimmers to reach their full potential by providing an environment that inspires excellence, within a supportive and friendly atmosphere.

The club understands what is necessary to prepare athletes for the highest level and has a proud record of achievement gained over the past 5 years.

Playford Aquatic Club

PAC Head Coach, Carole Margrison, is an Accredited ASCTA Silver Licence Coach, with 14 years coaching experience at 3 local northern suburbs swimming clubs.  As a former Head Coach of SPG Sharks at Para Field, and with experience coaching at LeFevre Portside SC and Elizabeth Aquatic Club, Carole brings amazing expertise to the development of young local swimmers.

Carole has experience as a national level coach, having produced numerous National Open Water and Pool swimmers, currently has 5 swimmers involved in SASI programs, and is regularly invited to be involved in SAPSASA and State Team coaching roles.

Carole is supported by 2 ASCTA Silver Licence Accredited Coaches in Paul Staight and Lawrence Krauter, who together form an impressive Coaching Team, whose aim it is to nurture and develop young swimmers in to champion people of the future.

PAC consists of six squads which are structured to accommodate all levels of swimming from entry level squads after Swim School through to State and National level representation.
Crockerton Road, Elizabeth, SA 5111

South Coast Swimming Club
The South Coast club offers a structure that encourages involvement of its members at many different levels. Parents of swimmers are encouraged to support the club through membership on the committee. The South Coast club attempts to provide an atmosphere in which discipline, fun and training combine to produce the best outcome for all. The South Coast Swimming Club promotes a good family atmosphere where new members are most welcome.

Starplex Swim Club
The Starplex Swim Club in Gawler operates in state of the art facilities at the Starplex complex associated with Trinity College. Train year round with our professional coaching staff, in a friendly and supportive environment.

Strathalbyn Swimming Club
We are the Strathalbyn Swimming Club. Located in South Australia about 45 minutes from Adelaide.
We offer a very social club which includes swimmers from integration level (ie moving from the learn to swim world to club swimming) to adult swimmers. We compete over the summer from interclub events through to our main competition of the Country Championships. Some swimmers also swim at States. The main part of our season is November to March in our 50m outdoor pool but we have some training over winter in an indoor pool. Everyone is welcome.


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Tea Tree Gully Swimming Club
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. The emphasis throughout is on excellence in swimming and stroke technique and at the same time encouraging the need for fun and family involvement.

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Unley Amateur Swimming Club
Unley Amateur Swimming Club is one of the oldest swimming clubs in South Australia.
Under the guidance of coach, Craig Jones, Unley ASC provides coaching for a range of swimming abilities from Junior to National Open level.

Western Aquatic Swimming Club
Western Sharks Swimming Club is a small young swimming club offering structure, facilities and incentives for all levels of competitive swimming. We promote parental support and involvement, to ensure the continued success, rewards and satisfaction, which many achieve in competitive swimming

Whyalla Swimming Club
The Whyalla Swimming club was established in the 1930s. We have different swimming groups the tadpoles, penguins, seals, dolphins. The other groups, intermediate, senior and nationals development are squads which complete strokes in set times.

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