- EVENT LINKS
- TICKETING INFORMATION
- Children 15 years and younger are free (and don't require a ticket).
- Concession Card Holders* are free upon presentation of their card (and don't require a ticket).
- Competing swimmers don’t require a ticket.
- PROJECT H2GR0W
- RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITY PANTRY DRIVE WISH LIST
- ONSITE FOOD AND DRINK
- Boost Juice
- Gluten Free Donuts
- Freestyle Kitchen
- Coffee Corner
- Aquatic Cafe
- Z'Fianora (Saturday - Monday)
- Tasty Pocket (Tuesday-Thursday)
- Kraut & About (Friday)
Tickets (on sale via Ticketbooth)
Meet Information Booklet (including Program of Events, Qualifying Times and other key event information) *updated 11/11*
Please note, the competition pool has been booked for pre-event training on Friday 9th December; 8am - 11am & 3pm - 6pm.
All tickets for the 2022 McDonald’s Queensland Championships will be general admission. That is not to a specific area, seat or row; with no reserved seating available.
Tickets on sale from 9am, Tuesday 6th December.
Ticket link: https://bit.ly/22qldchamps-tickets
Each ticket will be valid for one session only. There will be 13 sessions during the Championships, this includes Relays Day, 6 sessions of heats and 6 sessions of finals. Please note, heats and finals sessions are separate.
Tickets will be available for purchase online through Ticketbooth ($7plus fees) and at the front gate via EFTPOS ($8.50). Online tickets allow for a faster entry to the venue. A discounted 10 Multi Pass will be available to purchase online only and may be used by different family members (e.g. Mum, Dad, Uncle Loki, Grandma), but each ticket may be used once only.
Ronald McDonald House Charities, is the official charity of Swimming Queensland. They provide a home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill children being treated in nearby hospitals. You can help them with their great work by donating on the final screen when purchasing tickets online.
*Eligible Concessions: Department of Veterans’ Affairs Card Holder, TPI or Department of Veterans’ Affairs issued Pensioner Concession Card Holder, Commonwealth Senior Health Care Card Holder, Pensioner Concession Card Holder, Health Care Card Holder or Full time Australian Secondary or Tertiary student Card Holder.
Swimmers are invited to be part of Swimming Australia’s Project H2grOw. All new and continuing swimmers are encouraged to report to the measurement station located in the Old Gym (accessed via the door next to the diving pool) to have your height and weight measurements recorded. This takes just 5 minutes to complete.
Taking place Saturday 10 December (Relays Day), Sunday 11 December (Heats and Finals), Monday 12 December (Heats and Finals) and Tuesday 13 December (Heats only).
From being involved, participants will receive a Project H2grOw summary report identifying:
• Their maturational status and;
• For the first time, a H2grOw time score.
For continuing athletes you can be up to 20 years of age and you are not required to complete any documentation.
For any new athletes you can be 10-15 years of age. Please see the links below for further information and registration details.
Ronald McDonald House has been caring for seriously ill children and their families from all around Queensland for over 30 years.
Now you have a chance to support these families just by doing your usual grocery shop.
Swimming Queensland invites you to join in on our pantry drive to help stock the cupboards at the house for families in need.
Click here to find out what will help most!
Baskets for the items will be located out the front of the venue near front gate – look for the McDonald’s table!
Sleeman Sports Complex will have a number of food and drink outlets open during the Championships. The below is an guide of available offerings*.
*Subject to change