Corporate Partners

Monique Murphy competes at the 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships.

Swimming Australia Partners

We thank our Patron, Mrs Gina Rinehart and our valued partners for the ongoing support and investment provided to our sport and to the Australian Dolphins as they focus on the road to Tokyo 2020 and beyond.




Mrs Gina Rinehart, as Patron of the Australian Dolphins Swim Team, has been a valued partner since 1992. Mrs Rinehart’s passion and commitment to swimming is enabling our current athletes to achieve their goals both in and out of the pool.

This assistance and support are vital in enabling our athletes to achieve their goals in the lead up to Rio and beyond, and also for Swimming Australia to achieve its vision of being the number one ranked nation in and out of the pool by 2020.”
We are honoured to have Mrs Rinehart as part of our team, and part of the swimming family.





Channel 7 provide an unrivalled platform to showcase our sport and enable all Australian’s (and the world) to support our team through live broadcast and events.




Since signing legend of the sport, Shane Gould, following her 1972 Munich Olympic Games success of five individual Olympic medals many years ago, arena continue to support our team to achieve their personal best in the pool with products that match and exceed all expectations.



SportAus are the backbone to our sport and lead the sector to ensure it is accessing innovation; is attuned to global trends; and is advancing forward-thinking and best practice, so that all dimensions of our sport are absolutely cutting edge.




Bio Island are our nutrition partner and support Australian’s daily nutritional needs and maintain wellbeing for all ages and have recently extended their commitment as naming rights partner of the Australian Junior Excellence Program to recognise performances, encourage and inspire the next generation of competitive swimmers.




The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) is Australia’s strategic high performance sport agency that leads and enables a united and collaborative system that supports Australian athletes to achieve international podium success.


Commonwealth Games Australia is committed to working with Swimming Australia and other high performance partners to ensure the best possible preparation for Australian athletes to compete at the Commonwealth Games.

Their vision is to inspire and unite all Australians through the pursuit of sporting excellence.


The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) is responsible for developing, promoting and protecting the Olympic movement in Australia.


Paralympics Australia believe participation in sport provides positive social and physical benefits to people with disabilities and plays an important role in changing community perceptions of people with disabilities.



South Australia hosts a diverse range of world-class major events and festivals, including Swimming Australia's national championships, that attract audiences from around the state, nation and globe.


Nagaoka City is rich in attractions and stimulating experiences and will host the Australian Dolphins team camps in the lead up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.


The Government of Victoria is the executive administrative authority of the Australian state of Victoria and supports Swimming Australia's Short Course Championships in Melbourne. 



The Cairns Regional Council City host the Australian Dolphins team camps in the lead up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.  


Tourism WA is the State Government agency responsible for promoting Western Australia as an extraordinary holiday destination and will host 2020 Hancock Prospecting Australian Age Swimming Championships and the Australian Club Championships. 




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