Artistic Swimming WA

Artistic Swimming WA is the governing body of artistic swimming in Western Australia (formerly known as synchronised swimming). A passionate organisation of athletes, coaches, officials, staff and volunteers who believe in the power of sport.
  • Our vision is to make artistic swimming the sport of choice in WA
  • Our mission is to make the sport of artistic swimming accessible, affordable and fun, providing pathways for participation and competition

Perth Metropolitan Clubs
West Coast Splash

Melville Masters Swimming Club "The Mighty Marlins"

Melville Masters is one of the longest running Masters Swimming Clubs in Western Australia. Our club is highly successful in pool and open water events and has diverse training options with fully qualified coaches. Our members abilities range from working towards swimming 200m to training for the Rottnest Swim event.

We have many social events during the year. Joining our Masters Swimming Club is an excellent example of how lifelong friends can be gained through membership in adult recreational clubs. Come and join us for a training session and find out for yourself what a great club we are.


South Shore Swimming Club

SSSC is a vibrant and focused competitive swimming club open to swimmers of all ages and abilities. Through fun and hard work, in a team building and family orientated atmosphere, our swimmers strive to achieve their goals and will develop lifelong skills and attributes along the way.
  • Our structure includes multiple weekly training sessions, club nights for development and practice of racing skills. Introductory meets for beginners, targeted competitive meets for our swimmers to further hone their skills and race times.
  • SSSC is a Division A swimming club within Western Australia, producing numerous state and national level pool and open water swimmers.
  • Squad levels include Bronze, Silver, YES (Youth Excellence Squad), Gold, Performance and Fitness. Find out more about Competition Swim and Squad levels.

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