WHAT IS MASTERS SWIMMING

Who Can Join?

Membership is open to people who are 18 years or are older. An individual who has attained the age of 18 can join a Masters Club to train and compete in club, branch and national Masters events. FINA still retains it’s minimum age for competing at 25 years.

You can travel the world as an Australian masters swimmer and train with any masters club. We recommend you do some research about the Club(s) before you travel and introduce yourself and check on their latest training information to confirm arrangements for the session.

How to Join?

Visit the Branch (MSWA) contacts page and contact your Branch. They will provide you with a few options of clubs near you that suit your needs. Alternatively contact the National Office and we can help you get in touch with the right Branch. Masters swimming clubs can also often be contacted through local pools and sports centres, some are listed in the Yellow Pages under 'Swimming Clubs' or have a website. It would be a good idea to contact the club or visit the pool when the club is training to introduce yourself and to find out whether the club suits you.  Whilst making up your mind, you can attend come-and-try sessions over a month before you join. Once you find the right club, you join and pay online (go through the members portal on the homepage).

Check our Training page for Westcoast Masters Swimming Club training sessions.

How much does it cost to join?

Registration fees are comprised of a national, branch and club component. The membership fee is the sum of all three components.

For more information on Masters Swimming Australia, follow the link

For more information on Masters Swimming Western Australia, follow the link