Aquatic Clubs

Beatty Park Leisure Centre is home to a number of aquatic clubs. Find out more below or contact the club directly to get involved.

Perth City Swim Club

The Perth City Swimming Club formed in 2012 when the City of Perth (established in 1923) and Lawley Aquatic Swimming Club (established in 1981) joined forces.

Training is provided by the Perth College Swim Academy, who provide tailored training programs for both competitive and non-competitive swimmers. The club trains at Beatty Park, as well as at Perth College.

For more information about the club or to find out about membership, visit www.perthcity.org.au

Beatty Park Masters Swimming Club

Established in 1978, the Beatty Park Masters Swimming Club trains at Beatty Park four times a week, where they have dedicated lanes for training sessions.

A team of accredited coaches volunteer their time to help members improve their fitness and swimming technique.

For more information about the club or to find out about membership, visit www.beattyparkmasters.com

Beatty Park Bears Winter Swimming Club

Established in 1977, the Beatty Park Bears Winter Swimming club swim at Beatty Park on Thursdays at 12PM from the first Thursday after Easter until the first week of October each year.

The Bears run a varied swim program comprising timed handicap swim races over 50, 100, 200 and 400 metres. Swims are 100m and 50m one day, and 200m and 50m on another day, rotated weekly, followed by a coffee at the pool café. The 400m swim is held on the first Thursday of the month followed by a lunch at the pool café or at a local pub.

For more information about the club or to find out about membership, visit http://www.wsaainc.com/beatty-park-bears.html

West Coast Splash Synchronised Swim Club

Formed in 2010, the West Coast Splash Synchronised Swimming Club offer recreational, competitive and masters training sessions at Beatty Park, as well as at Claremont Pool and Craigie Leisure Centre.

Their recreation programs are the perfect option for those who are new to synchronised swimming. Their competitive programs help swimmers with synchro experience improve their skills, while their masters programs encourage older swimmers to maintain their fitness while having fun.

For more information about the club or to find out about membership, visit www.westcoastsplash.com

Triton Water Polo Club

Established in 1963, the Triton Water Polo Club has a history of developing State, National and Olympic water polo champions. The club trains at Beatty Park five times a week, as well as at Trinity College.

The club also holds casual training sessions every Sunday morning at 10am for anyone interested in joining.

For more information about the club or to find out about membership, visit www.tritonwaterpolo.org

Phantoms Water Polo Club

Formed in 1987, Phantoms Water Polo Club has a number of juniors, seniors, Flippa Ball and Phun Ball teams that train at Beatty Park.

For more information about the club or to find out about membership, visit www.revolutionise.com.au/phantomswpc/