Program Structure

Our program is structured around progressive loading to improve performance whilst not overworking young swimmers. Our junior sessions are shorter to avoid burnout and retain swimmers in the sport. 
We have launched a new Training Schedule and Squad Program where 2 new squads have been introduced, Performance Potential and Elite, with the aim of producing Australian Open medallists and place swimmers on National Teams, competing at major events such as Commonwealths, Worlds and Olympic Games.

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Dolphins are novice swimmers wanting to progress from Learn to Swim programs and develop their skills or are interested in competitive swimming. Our Dolphins train once a week and must be at least 6 yrs old.

1 swim session per week (1 hour session)


Bronze is our entry level squad for competitive swimming. Swimmers must be able to swim at least 25m Freestyle, Backstroke and Breaststroke. They will be introduced to starts, turns and finishes. 

3 swim sessions per week (1-1.5hrs sessions)

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Swimmers in Silver squad will be able to swim all 4 strokes and have a basic knowledge of starts, turns and finishes. They will develop technique, aerobic fitness and speed.

4 swim sessions per week (1.5hr sessions)


Gold swimmers continue to develop their technique, aerobic fitness and speed. Swimmers have achieved, or are aiming to achieve State qualifying times or want to progress in their swimming.

6 swim sessions per week (1.5-2 hour sessions)

+ poolside core

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Platinum squad is the pinnacle of our competitive section before moving into our performance squads. Platinum swimmers will gain excellent aerobic ability having finessed their technique throughout their training and will already have gained State qualifying times. 

7 swim sessions per week (1.5-2 hour sessions)

+ 2 poolside core/ circuits

Performance Potential

Performance Potential swimmers are skilled in all 4 strokes, starts, turns and finishes and have developed aerobic ability. Swimmers have achieved, or are working towards, National qualifying times. 

7 swim sessions per week (2hr sessions)

+ 2 strength & conditioning + poolside circuits

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National swimmers work towards perfecting their skills and have usually achieved, or are working towards, Australian Age & Open qualifying timesheets. Swimmers will usually be on a Performance Pathway program.

8 swim sessions per week (2hr sessions)

+ 2 strength & conditioning + 2 poolside core/ circuits


Elite squad are swimming at Open National level and who are targetingNational podium finishes. Elite supports swimmers aiming for selection to representing their country at International swimming competitions. 

9 swim sessions per week (1.5-2 hours)
+ 3 strength & conditioning + 2 poolside core/ circuits

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