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    Perth City Swimming Club is driven through strong community involvement that has been built on the back of a rich and successful club history. Perth City provides an inclusive community for all ...

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    Perth City offers a proven world class performance structure that allows swimmers of all abilities the opportunity to pursue their swimming goals. The performance culture is core to Perth City ...

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    At Perth City, our swimmers are motivated to do their very best and see the Club and all its relationships as a path for them to achieve their own potential and to contribute to the journey of ...

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Perth City prides itself on experience, knowledge and skill-set our dedicated coaching staff at Perth College Swim Academy provides our members. Click here for further details on our coaches.

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Personalised Swim Caps available

Limited time only. Sold in bundles of 2 caps for $51.50 in the Uniform Shop

2017 Age Nationals Wrap

Age Nationals is over for another year, and yet again our Club was represented by a strong and resilient group of athletes. Our small but tough team, raced hard over the 6-day competition and finished in a very respectable 6th place WA club. ...

Rahul Takes Aquathlon National Title

Rahul Jegatheva is the National Champion for Aquathlon (400m swim and 3km run) In the 15-16 year old category! By more than a minute over 2nd. Inaugural winner of the 2017 Australian Open Schools Aquathlon Championships, which is part of the ...

Kiera Hughes dominates Perth College Junior School House Carnival

Amongst all the excitement of the recent Australian National Swimming Championship events, Kiera Hughes of the Perth City State Squad has been racing fast and blitzing records at home! Kiera recently competed in the Perth College Junior School ...

2017 National Age Championships

2017 National Age Championships RECAP || Days 1 & 2 of National Age Championships. As per usual a rookie rolled into the first session of the meet without accreditation. Kelsey Eastwood had her first encounter with a moose scratching its ...

2017 Australian Open National Championships

RECAP || DAY 1: Australian Open National Championships! Yesterday we had three swimmers step up on the blocks for the first day of the meet. Jackson Govers was first up in the Men’s 100m Butterfly finishing just .04 outside of his PB for an ...

Perth City Dominates Rottnest Channel Swim

Saturday the 25th of February 2017 saw the 26th annual edition of the Rottnest Channel Swim and as expected it was a great day to watch Perth City dominate. In true Perth City fashion it was a sweep across the board with athletes from across the ...

Robyn Lee Zimbabwe’s Athlete of the Week

Our own Robyn Lee, representing Zimbabwe, capped off her CANA Zone IV Championships campaign hosted in Bulawayo last week being nominated as the Zimbabwe Swimmer of the week. Robyn who is coached by Matt Magee & posted five new individual ...

World Championships in Canada Beckons

On an amazing Saturday morning, 11th Feb 2017, at Gunnamatta Bay in Cronulla, Perth Mod Student, Rahul Jegatheva cemented a spot on the Australian team for the World Aquathlon Championships in Canada in August 2017 by putting on a stirring ...

2016 Junior State Championships

Last weekend saw 25 Junior Perth City team members take part in the 2016 Junior State Championships at the HBF Stadium. With a whopping 139 entries over the 2 days of competition, a total of 97 PB’s were made. That’s a 70% strike ...

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