2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Age Swimming Championships

Date & Time
Mon, 15/04/2019 to Mon, 22/04/2019
SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre
443 Morphett Rd, Oaklands Park SA 5046
$5-$90 (season pass)
Concession & Adult tickets available

Event Details


The 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Age Swimming Championships were held at the SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre, South Australia from Monday 15 – Monday 22 April 2019. 


Monday 15 – Friday 19 April 2019

Heats: 9:00am
Finals: 6:00pm

Saturday 20 April 2019
Heats: 9:00am
MC Timed Finals: 4:00pm
Finals: 6:00pm

Sunday 21 – Monday 22 April 2019
MC Timed Finals Morning Session: 10:00am
MC Timed Finals Evening Session: 4:00pm

Additional information for competitors including the information book, qualifying times and heats start list can be found under the competitors tab below.

2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Age Swimming Championships
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  • Public Transport & Traffic Information
    There will be a northbound slow lane closure in place for Thursday 17 April, 10am-1pm, which may cause delays. 

    Click below to view South Australia's Public Transport Projects Alliance's Traffic Management Plan.


    There will be temporary disruptions to the public transport network throughout the Age Championships. The Seaford line will be temporarily closed for three weeks between 12 April and 5 May. Normal train services will resume from first service Monday, 6 May.

    During the Seaford Line closure, trains will run between Seaford Railway Station and Brighton Railway Station, with substitute buses between Brighton Railway Station and Adelaide Railway Station.

    The Tonsley Line will also be temporarily closed, with substitute buses running between Tonsley Railway Station and Adelaide Railway Station. Information for substitute bus stops for each railway station and timetable changes will be available on the Adelaide Metro website

    During this time, there will be crews working 24/7 across the site. It will be incredibly busy and for more information on the rail line closure and works, see the March Newsletter.

    Rail infrastructure has been delivered to site and crews are welding rail tracks, ready for installation. You can read about it here.

    There has also been a lot of work around stormwater management, with the installation of a 50 tonne pump station. Read about this in the latest news.

    For any queries, please contact the Oaklands Crossing Project Team directly: oaklandscrossing@ptpa.com.au or call on 1300 205 994.

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