Combining the disciplines of dance, gymnastics and swimming, Synchronised (or Artistic) Swimming is beautiful, powerful and challenging.

The Home of Synchronised Swimming in Western Australia.

 

Run by a committee of volunteers, and supported by our valued sponsors and supporters, SynchroWA exists to provide opportunities for West Australians to be involved in our sport at all levels, through strong leadership and quality programs which support achievement and life long learning.

Synchronised Swimming is open to girls and boys.  Typically, beginners start around the age of 7 by joining a fun, ‘recreational’ class.  

SynchroWA offer a number of recreational classes, at various pools including Leisurefit Booragoon, Craigie Leisure Centre and Aquamotion, Wanneroo.

There are also currently two independent Synchronised Swimming Clubs in the Perth Metropolitan area – SupaNova, ‘South of the River’ in Melville and West Coast Splash based in Claremont who offer further opportunities to begin – or further develop your synchronised swimming skills. 

SynchroWA are expanding into regional areas, currently offering a Synchronised Swimming Recreational Program in the Shire of Gnowangerup.  

Our committee work closely with Synchronised Swimming Australia Incorporated to support WA’s High Performance Athletes in their quest to represent Australia in International Competitions.