As the peak professional body for the coaches and teacher of swimming ascta is committed to the growth and prosperity of swimming as an essential life skill, component of health and fitness, and competitive sport. We seek to improve professional standards for swimming coaches and teachers through education, accreditation, professional development, and ethical practice.
Australian Swimming Coaches & Teachers Association
Sunshine Coast Sportscare practice principles, Steve Bofinger, Russell Smallwood and Adam McKenzie lead a team that specialise in 'hands on' treatment and 'self help exercises' for all types of people and any type of physical condition, pain or injury.
With a team of qualified physiotherapists here on the Sunshine Coast we have extensive practice experience with all types of conditions and ailments including neck pain, sports injuries, post surgical conditions, head aches and arthritis. With an expert team we know the treatments to relieve your pain fast, take a look at what we treat.
Caloundra Triathlon Club
The Caloundra Triathlon Club was formed in September 2009 to provide training and social options for people wanting to start or continue in triathlons.The core mission of the club is to provide a place where individuals and families can get together and feel connected to the community whilst enjoying getting fit and mixing with positive like minded people in a non toxic environment.
John Wallace Swim School
John Wallace started the John Wallace Swim School (JWSS) in 1977 and sets the benchmark in Aquatic Education with its quality innovative programs.
The JWSS offers lessons to all ages and levels from babies to adults. The Swim School programs have been developed to cater for each individual ability and designed to progress the child through each level up to junior development squads, continuing on to the elite level - pool and surf squads.
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Pelican Waters Caloundra Swimming Club
PWCSC, proudly sponsored by Pelican Waters Developments, operates from Caloundra Aquatic Lifestyle Centre located at the corner of Arthur Street & Central Park Road, Caloundra, in the heart of the Central Park Sporting Precinct. PWCSC also operates a Dry Land Training facility with qualified Gym Instructors on site. PWCSC is host to a "B" Grade Qualifying Sprint Meet.
Joining the swimming club is a must for any athlete serious about improving their swimming skills, and the benefits are numerous. Time trials will be held on a regular basis at club nights to provide all athletes with a chance to improve their personal best times. This will help each individual with their training times and show how they’re improving. Club night is held each Friday night from October to March.
The club swimmers meet to improve their swimming skills, meet new friends and have fun. When you can swim 25 metres or more, you are eligible to join the PWCSC. For more information, please phone 5437 2817 or go to their website at www.pwcsc.com.au or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Club nights are held every Friday night from 6:00 pm between October and March each year. Distances covered range from 12.5 metres to 400m. Club championships are held in late March.
Swim Australia is the leading learn to swim and water safety authority.
Launched in 1997, Swim Australia aims to further develop the teaching of ‘learn to swim’ throughout Australia.
Through their ‘Layers of Protection’ plan, SwimSAFER and learn to swim programs, the swim authority’s mission is to permanently reduce drowning deaths in Australia.
With over 600 registered swim schools across the country, the Swim Australia community alone, boasts over 600,000 families taking part in swimming lessons, each week – the largest network across the country.
Swim Australia is a division of the Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association (ASCTA) - a not-for-profit organisation - and is endorsed by Swimming Australia Ltd (SAL) and the Federal Government’s Active Australia.
Swimming Australia is the national sporting organisation which is responsible for the promotion and development of swimming in Australia at all levels. Home of the Australian Swim Team, Swimming Australia is recognised as one of the leaders in Australian sport and has almost 100,000 members and just over 1100 swimming clubs nationwide.
Vorgee, an Australian owned and managed company, was established in 2005 to fill a gap in the aquatics market - the need for a ‘holistic’ aquatics company, one which offered products for those getting into a pool for the first time through to the competitive swimmer.
Made up of an experienced team, Vorgee set out to do just that – create a product for everyone, regardless of whether they purchase for style, performance or price.
The passion and desire of the Vorgee team to make high quality swimming products and swim gear accessible and easy to understand for all, has led to Vorgee becoming one of Australia’s leading and most preferred aquatic brands.
Vorgee is committed to producing quality, innovative and stylish products, and achieves this by-
• Utilising only the highest quality materials
• Sourcing only the best, most respected manufacturers
• Researching the latest in product technologies and advancements
• Applying and adhering to strict quality control measures to produce products which meet their expectations
• Identifying consumer trends and preferences to guide product development
• Injecting the hottest colours and latest fashion trends into their designs
The Vorgee team have a strong desire to give back to the community and thus are committed to supporting the swimming and wider community. Their community involvement focuses on health and safety, swimming development, leisure and competition.
The story began with a desire to bring that something special to the Australian swim market, and after eight short years Vorgee has grown to become a well known name in the swimming and wider community. Today, the Vorgee team are excited to share their products, passion, philosophy, culture and service with you.