What do you get for your  Membership?

  • Public Liability & Personal Accident Insurance (swimmers, officials, coaches, MSWA volunteers, guest swimmers for 4 weeks)
  • Participation in MSA programs:
    1. Endurance 1000
    2. Vorgee Million Metre Program
  • Coaching and technical officiating opportunities
  • Access to coaching, training and technique correction opportunities
  • Access to coaching clinics
  • State and national safety standards
  • Certificates and awards for MSWA Programs
  • Certificates for MSWA Records
  • Medals and Trophies at State Championships
  • New Members’ Packs
  • Promotional material for clubs: flyers, posters
  • Website, newsletters and social media access
  • Verification of state, national and world records
  • Management of results of club and state swim meets
  • Competing at sanctioned inter-club, state, national and international swim meets and championships
  • Access to the Results Portal on the MSA website
  • Quality assurance for events
  • State governance and Policy Management
  • Member of MSA – Masters Swimming Australia
  • Affiliated with FINA
  • Member of an affiliated club

Masters Swimming is all about promoting a fit and healthy lifestyle in a fun and supportive way


How does Masters Swimming promote fitness?

All Masters Swimming WA clubs promote fitness through:

  • Regular coached training sessions
  • Endurance swims
  • Individual guidance and stroke correction
  • Expert support and advice
  • Pathways to support your swimming goals such as participating in the Rottnest Channel Swim or Port to Pub

How will swimming benefit me?

Experts state that swimming is a great aerobic activity which enables you to LiveLighter today.  In helps:

  • Improve blood pressure
  • Improve muscle tone and posture
  • Promote health and well-being both physically and mentally
  • Low impact so great for rehabilitation from injury

Swimming is ideal for most people at all ages and stages in life.


Social events and interaction

Masters Swimming clubs offer a vast array of social activities, which are just as important as the swimming!  It’s a great way to socialise and build life-long friendships.  Club social activities include:

  • Coffee or drinks after training
  • Supper nights
  • Breakfasts
  • Interclub social activities and functions
  • Holiday opportunities around the state, nationally or abroad


Did we mention something about fun?

All clubs offer fun activities at different levels.  If is often a collection of fun drills followed by after training social activities, or even weekends away together that may incorporate a swim meet or open water swimming event.

You can even plan your holidays around events, which allows you to continue keeping fit and enjoy yourself at the same time.


To Find your local club please click on this link .