Masters Swimming WA encourages all adults, regardless of ability or age, to swim regularly in order to promote fitness and health in a fun environment. Joining a Masters Swimming Club is a great way to make life -long friends and keep active in the process.

Masters Swimming WA (formerly AUSSI) was established in 1977, is affiliated with Masters Swimming Australia, and as part of the worldwide Masters Swimming movement.

We have over 1,500 members, ranging in age from 18 to 95, who enjoy “Fitness, Friendship and Fun” through swimming and social activities as members of over 30 clubs throughout the State. This includes our Sandgropers Club which is a virtual Club administered through the State office for country adult swimmers who wish to participate in MSWA events and activities. 

Members have a variety of capabilities – from those who can only swim a lap or two, to world record holders. We provide a wide range of skill development, training and competition opportunities in both the pool and open water swimming. Our members also participate – and develop skills – in coaching, officiating and administration.

Our Team


Executive Officer


Communications and Events Coordinator

Board Members

Siobhan WilkinsPresident
Richard HughesDirector of Pool Competitions
Fiona WilkinsDirector
Lynne DuncanDirector of Technical
Kate BaxterDirector of Open Water
Stephen FidgeDirector of Finance
Mishca HuttsDirector
Graham CooperDirector


Acknowledgement of Country

Our office is proud and privileged to exist on Whadjuk Noongar Boodjar. Masters Swimming Western Australia acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Western Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples within our community.