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Benefits of volunteering at Swimming Australia include:

  • Increased self-esteem, confidence and sense of belonging
  • Personal development
  • Opportunity to meet people and make new friends
  • Learn new skills and knowledge
  • Enhance career prospects
  • YOU help make the Swimming happen!


Volunteers are an essential part of running successful Swimming Australia events, therefore we are very appreciative that you keen to be a part of our team.

All details recieved from event volunteer applications will be retained by Swimming Australia on our event volunteer database for use at future events. Unless otherwise advised, Siwmming Australia will contact existing event volunteers by email to provide details of future events around Australia. 

Register your interest to be a Swimming Australia Event Volunteer today!

Register to be an Event Volunteer
Event Volunteer Position Descriptions

Event Volunteer Terms & Conditions

Upcoming Events

The next major event Swimming Australia will require event volunteers at is the 2016 Australian Short Course Swimming Championships which will be held in Brisbane in November. Keep an eye on the event page for volunteering opportunities.


If there are currently no upcoming events in your area, but you would like to be notified of opportunities to volunteer in the future, please click on the 'Register to be an Event Volunteer' link above to let us know that you are interested in volunteering at Swimming Australia events.



The swimming community relies heavily on volunteers to run events, training and competitions smoothly. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer and lending a hand to your local swim club, speak to a member of the committee. Help grow the swimming family!

A Helping Hand for Volunteers - Safe Work Australia - Volunteer Assistance Package

Safe Work Australia has launched a new Volunteer Assistance Package developed in partnership with Volunteering Australia.

The package includes a Volunteer Assistance Line, email and webpage designed to provide guidance and support to volunteers and volunteer organisations who may be affected by the new work health and safety (WHS) laws.

You can contact the Volunteer Assistance Line on (02) 6240 4990 to talk to an expert for advice on how the new laws affect volunteers and their activities.

The Volunteer Assistance Package includes fact sheets, frequently asked questions and useful contacts and is available at the Safe Work Australia Website.

Please note that this is not a Swimming Australia Ltd. program but it is a great resource to assist volunteers if required.

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