Parramatta City Swim Club is one of the oldest freshwater swimming clubs in Australia. Founded in 1951, the club has produced many National, State and District champions over the years. The club prides itself on being a family friendly club that caters for swimmers of all abilities.
The club swims at Granville Pool which was constructed in 1936 and underwent a major refurbishment in 2005. Club Races are held between 7.30am - 8.30am on Saturday mornings. For more information on when we swim, see the Race Program.
Free squad training is available three times per week for all swimmers registered with the club.
The club conducts learn-to-swim lessons all year round. Lessons are free once you have registered with Swimming NSW .
Most of the information you will need to know about the club can be found in the Welcome Pack. If you have any questions about the club, please feel free to contact us.
The club is a member of the Swimming Metro North West area which holds summer and winter championships.
The clubs motto is "Hodie Natare Cognose Cras Vitam Conserva" which translated is "Learn to swim today. Save a life tomorrow".