WELCOME TO JIMBOOMBA STINGRAYS SWIMMING CLUB
We are a family friendly club that provide a safe environment for Learn to Swim and up to competition level our facility is located at the back of the Jimboomba State School and caters for everyone from the wider community to join. We have an outdoor solar heated 25 m swimming pool.
For more information on joining our club, please see our Contact us page or drop into the pool area Monday to Friday from 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm or Saturday mornings from 8.00 am to 11.30 am
Miami Swimming Club Inc has long been highly regarded since its foundation in 1976 and has been home to some of the world’s swimming, tri, surf and coaching elite. Miami Swimming Club, thanks to our highly skilled coaching team, has one of the most comprehensive training programs in the country enabling our members to experience the sport at all levels.
Located at the Miami Aquatic Centre at Pizzey Park, Miami Swimming Club is based at one of the Gold Coast's leading aquatic centres. The facility has two 50m outdoor pools, an indoor learn to swim pool, water park, tennis courts and beach volleyball court.
Miami Swimming Club Inc and its coaching staff aim to provide a place for young people to develop, not only as swimmers but also as confident, healthy and independent individuals. The club endeavours to provide a strong foundation from where every swimmer can go on to achieve their full potential, carrying the lessons learnt, through with them for the remainder of their lives.
Welcome to Nerang Swimming Club. Our club aims to promote fun, friendship and fitness through training, club nights and competition. We are an all inclusive club with swimmers of all levels and ages.
The Somerset Swim Club provides a fun and happy environment for all to pursue their love of swimming, at whatever the level they aspire. The Club is fortunate to have exceptional facilities, a terrific coaching staff and very supportive families.
Somerset Swim Club is open to both Somerset and non-Somerset families. Current club members range in age from under 5 to over 70! The Swim Club is an avenue for swimmers to compete, at regular club meets and also against members of other clubs.
In addition to the Swimming Club, the Somerset Swim Academy provides a well developed programme open to all the public that caters for all swimmers from Learn to Swim, development of juniors and seniors and Masters swimming.
The Swimming Academy runs out of wonderful facilities with three heated pools and has a fully qualified and experienced coaching team under Head Coach, Forrest Butcher, including Graeme McDonald, who has coached swimmers to the Australia Swim Team and former Olympic Champion, Ashley Callus. I do not hesitate to recommend the Swimming Academy to you.
Southport Olympic Swimming Club (SOSC) has been part of the Gold Coast community for more than 90 years. Established in 1917, using the Broadwater Baths & pier structure until in 1965 a six lane, 50m pool was built on the current facility grounds.During the lead up to the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, Council undertook a $3.6million revamp that included installing three pools. An 8 lane 50m heated pool, an 8 lane 25m pool and a heated indoor teaching facility.The new complex was completed and officially opened in October 1999 as the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre, allowing the beginning of an exciting new era of swimming.In 2003 the training program flourished under the expert coaching of Doug Frost until 2005. That year Glenn Baker took over the position of Head Coach and has overseen the explosion of swimming talent representing the club ever since. Southport Olympic had had multiple swimmers represent Australia at every level of international competition including Pan Pacific & World Championships, Commonwealth Games and Olympic Games (Beijing 2008 & London 2012). At each of these our swimmers have come back with medals.Southport Olympic Swimming Club is recognised by Swimming Australia as one of its “Podium Performance Centres”.
In 2013, with the announcement of the 2018 Commonwealth Games being held on the Gold Coast, the centre undertook a complete renovation ensuring it was to world-class standards. A joint venture by State and local government resulted in 42 million being spent on the current facility. The Gold Coast Aquatic Centre and Southport Olympic Swimming Club is an integral part of the swimming community holding many swim meets throughout the year. The Facility has been host to international touring teams, Australian Swim team camps, and used as a training facility for many other sports & corporate events.
2014 saw the unveiling of the brand new Gold Coast Aquatic Centre, hosting the Pan Pacific Championships, the centre was on show to the swimming world. Two world records were broken during the Championships by Katie Ledecky in the 400m & 1500m freestyle, with times of 3:58.37 and 15:28.36.