New Members Welcome
Belmont Masters Swimming Club (Inc.) welcomes new members aged 18 years and over of all ability levels to join and enjoy the benefits of swimming. If you would like to try us out, you are welcome to swim with us for a few weeks before joining. Just come to one of our training sessions and introduce yourself.
Where we swim
We swim all year round in a the indoor heated 50m pool at
Belmont Oasis Aquatic Centre
corner Abernethy and Alexander Road Belmont.
When we Swim
Sunday Club Day 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Monday Training 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Wednesday Training 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
About Belmont Masters Swimming Club (Inc.)
Belmont Masters was established in 1983 so we’ve enjoyed three decades of swimming for “fitness, friendship and fun”.
We currently have approximately 40 members of all ages and abilities. We regularly participate in competitive activities such as open-water swimming events, inter-club carnivals and State Championship carnivals.
We hold regular social activities like picnic days, brunches, lunches and week-ends away for open water swims at destinations such as Rottnest, Busselton and even as far afield as the Cocos Islands! We also hold a regular supper night on the last Wednesday of each month.
Our patron is Mr Phil Marks, Mayor of the City of Belmont.
Take a look at our club photo album here.
Here is Belmont Masters Constitution 2010.
Here is Belmont Masters BYLAWS 2010 Jan
Our Club colours are black and white. Most swimmers like to wear our club shirt to training and especially when representing the club at events.
See Nicole at the pool if you wish to purchase a club shirt or cap. Note: Caps are now on special at $5 each. Check out Uniforms for Sale
What is a Masters Club?
As a Masters club, we are affiliated with Masters Swimming WA (formerly AUSSI) established in 1977, which, in turn, is affiliated with Masters Swimming Australia, and is part of the worldwide Masters Swimming movement.
In Western Australia there are over 1200 members of 29 clubs with members ranging from 18 to 95 years of age. Masters clubs support a diverse variety of capabilities, from those who can barely swim a lap, to world record holders. They provide a wide range of opportunities to members from skills development and training to pool and open-water competitions. Members can also participate in coaching, officiating and administration and can even develop recognized skills and qualifications in those areas.
If you would like more information on these organizations, please follow the links to the right of the screen.
Life MembersBelmont currently has four life members, Norm, Norma, Janet and Hilary who have made outstanding contributions to the club over many years.
See Hilary’s swimming achievements here