Get Involved

Get Involved

Swimming Queensland wants to see as many members of our community as possible, of all abilities, get involved in the sport of swimming; whether for fun and fitness or for the joy of competing.

That's why we've partnered with the Queensland Government and Georgina Hope Foundation to be able to deliver free inclusive workshops and activities across Queensland with a focus on individuals with disability and/or from Indigenous or Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

We look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming activities.

For more information on how your Club can get involved in hosting one of these activities, visit our Get Involved page for clubs.

  • Aquatic Participation Fun Days
  • Aquatic Participation Fun Days provide a free opportunity for adults and children with disability to experience the enjoyment that water activities provide, gaining confidence in their aquatic skills in a relaxed and safe environment.

    Aquatic Participation Fun Days teach participants:

    • Water safety through land and water activities including game skills and novelty races;
    • Aquatic skills through targeted activities that focus on balance, breathing, buoyancy, submersion and mobility.

    Aquatic Participation Fun Days provide professional development for school teachers and learn-to-swim teachers on aquatic skills for any child or adult with disability. This professional development opportunity will enhance aquatic skills and provide practical examples to implement in swimming programs.

    Upcoming Aquatic Participation Fun Days:

    Check back soon for upcoming Aquatic Participation Fun Day dates.

  • Make A Splash Days
  • Make a Splash Days provide opportunities for Indigenous and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities to experience the water in a safe and fun environment and learn:

    • Water safety through land and water activities including game skills and novelty races;
    • Aquatic skills through targeted activities that focus on balance, breathing, buoyancy, submersion and mobility.

    Upcoming Make A Splash Days:

    Check back soon for upcoming Make A Splash Day dates.

  • Find A Club
  • Whilst our Aquatic Participation Fun Days and Make A Splash Days are open to anyone in the community and you do not have to be a member of Swimming Queensland to attend, you might also be looking for an opportunity to further your swimming skills and get involved in your local community.

    There are so many great reasons to join a swim club. Not only will it keep you active and healthy, it’s a great place to meet new friends and develop life-long skills.

    If you are ready to start swimming at club make sure you visit our Join A Club page for all the information you need to find a club in your area.

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