Swimming

At North Sydney Olympic Pool - 4 Alfred Street, North Sydney. 2060

The North Sydney Pool was built on the old Dorman and Long site where much of the construction work for the Sydney Harbour Bridge had been carried out.

When it was opened in 1936, it was hailed as the 'Wonder pool of Australasia' because of the high standard of its facilities and the sophistication of its modern filtration system - at that time one of the most advanced in the world.

The pool is unique because of its harbourside location between the Bridge and Luna Park, the strong art deco styling and decorative plasterwork of its architecture, and its place in Australia's sporting history.

In all, 86 world records have been set at the pool by such swimming greats as, for example, John and Ilsa Konrads, Lorraine Crapp, Frank O'Neill, Judy Joy Davies, John Devitt, Shane Gould and Michelle Ford

The North Sydney Swimming Club is composed of THREE groups.

See the menu bars and image gallery on top of this page to identify with the group that you would like to join as part of the "Swimming Club by the Harbour"

1. Fun and Family Swimming

2. Learning the Swim Craft

3. Competitive Swimming

PLEASE TAKE TIME TO EXPLORE THE CONTENT ON THE "ABOUT US" MENU AND CONSIDER THE GROUP THAT WOULD BEST SUIT YOU AND CONTACT US FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.

 
For further information on the North Sydney Swimming Club and Sunday morning swim club please call Lawrence Powderly on 0415 707 553.

Club Links

MyLane
North Sydney Council
Badger Swim Club
NSW Swimming
Bunnings Artarmon
AIS
Ocean Swims - NSW
Aqua Dining
Open Water Swims
Aqua Shop