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It’s our mission at Swim Club Australia for all Aussie kids to Swim Safe for Life.

ABOUT US

As water lovers based in Melbourne and Perth, we wanted to instil our love of swimming in our own little flippers.

However, we discovered that there was a distinct lack of fun and safe swim gear out there for their first exciting splashes in the water. Something had to be done!

We knew that if they just had the essential foundations of water safety and swimming skills, our little flippers would view the water as their friend. The world would be their oyster, and the aquatic adventures for the rest of their lives would be endless.

This is why we are thrilled to the brim to offer the essential products & resources that every parent, teacher and child needs to have fun and be safe in the water. We want our little flippers to be educated in water safety and to be just as excited about swimming as a pod of dolphins are. 

We hope you’ll dive into the journey with us.  

See you in the water!

SWIMMING SUSTAINABLY

Swim Club Australia is all about sustainability with our products. We believe in using quality materials that are long-lasting and are less harmful to the environment. We employ reusable packaging, avoid plastics and encourage you to use your Swim Club Australia goodies every day, even on dry land.

Together we can protect our planet, such that future generations will continue to enjoy our wonderful island home, and all the wonderous water fun it contains. After all, life is better when you’re swimming!

Drowning continues to be one of the biggest killers of Australian children. Every year a number of children are killed and hundreds more are rescued from near drowning situations.

The most common factor in childhood drowning is lack of supervision.

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According to Royal Life Saving Australia, in the 10 years between 2009 and 2019, there were 572 drowning deaths among people born overseas, accounting for 29% of total drowning deaths in Australia. 98% of the drowning deaths were adults over the age of 18, who drowned because of a lack of swimming and survival skills.
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This report presents our analysis of fatal and non-fatal drowning across Australia between 1st July 2021 and 30th June 2022. During this time, 339 people lost their lives to drowning and we estimate a further 686 people experienced a non-fatal drowning incident.
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