Swimming Northern Territory is the peak body for the sport of swimming in the NT. SNTI represents the interests of all affiliated Territory swimming clubs and their members.
Swimming NSW purpose is to operate as an administrative agency of swimming in NSW. Its mission is to foster, control and develop (i.e. promote organised growth of) swimming in NSW (including the ACT). Swimming NSW currently maintains a membership of over 37,000 members across 13 affiliated Areas and over 380 Clubs. The database contains information on all registered.
Swimming SA was first established as the South Australian Amateur Swimming Association in 1898 is an Incorporated Association and is the peak body for competitive swimming in South Australia.
Swimming Queensland, founded in 1898, is the peak body for the administration of swimming activities in Queensland. It conducts, encourages, promotes, advances, controls and administers swimming activities throughout the State via a number of distinct functions.
Swimming Victoria Inc (SVI) was established in 1893 and is the peak body for competitive swimming in the State. SVI is affiliated with Swimming Australia Limited (SAL) and also enjoys a close working relationship with the other peak swimming bodies across the country. SVI represents the interests of approximately 160 swimming clubs and over 11,500 members throughout the State of Victoria.
Swimming Tasmania was established in 1910 and has been the peak body for swimming in Tasmania and an affiliated stakeholder of Swimming Australia ever since. We represent the interests of all Tasmanian clubs and their members throughout the state.
Swimming WA is one of the leading sporting organisations in Western Australia, representing 85 clubs and more than 5000 registered swimmers right across the state. Swimming WA has a vision that swimming be seen as the Australian way of living a healthy lifestyle, by providing opportunities for all West Australians to be get involved in our sport.
The ASA is the representative body for elite level swimmers in Australia. We are the voice for the swimmers and their point of contact for all issues affecting them. We will put communication channels in place to make sure that all swimmers know what is happening in the sport and we negotiate with SAL, the States and other stakeholders to make sure that swimmer receive the best possible conditions.
Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association (ASCTA) is a professional membership organisation responsible for maintaining the high ethical and educational standards of coaches. Coach Members of ASCTA are also members of Swimming Australia. ASCTA assists Swimming Australia in the administration of accreditation courses and the licensing of qualifications to coach.