Organisation Summary
The Hunters Hill Swimming Club is a not for profit community based swimming club operating in the geographic area around Hunters Hill, Sydney. Our club is operated by volunteers and we are always looking for more volunteers and also more funding to help implement our plans.

We are members of Swimming NSW and the Northern Suburbs Swimming District. Other clubs in the Northern District region can be found by clicking on 'links' above. We have listed them with links to thir web site. On this page you will also find links to other Australian and International swimming bodies and businesses (even Carlile Swimming).

 Aims of the Organisation
To encourage swimming in the Hunters Hill and lower north shore area for fun, fitness and competition.
Swimming is a rare sport where the time spent competing equals a very small fraction of the time required to prepare ones stroke, turns, slip streaming, and a host of other technical aspects of each swimming stroke. Competing in swimming is great fun and it teaches our kids the value and importance of preparation and hard work.

Swimmers are awesome people.

  Policies of the Organisation  
We adopt and abide by the Swimming Australia Member Welfare Policy. Click here to open.

Activities / Events
The club runs a regular carnival each Friday night through the summer swimming season. This carnival commences at 6.30 pm and is held in the heated 50 metre outdoor pool of the Lane Cove Swimming Centre. It is a beautiful setting for swimming. The purpose of the carnivals is to encourage all swimmers of whatever ability to participate and try and improve their "PBs". Points are awarded depending upon performance against personal PBs and at the end of the season prizes are awarded based upon total points. This is a family night and run inconjunction with a BBQ.

Additionally the club coach, Bash Zidan, runs a completive training program for swimmers interested in competing at age based metropolitan (northern metropolitan) and State carnivals. Competition squad swimmers train at the Lane Cove Pool. Squad sessions are run seven days a week commencing at 5.30 am and concluding at 7 am. Over the last few years the club has produced a number of junior state champions.

Recreational and stroke correction classes are run at the Lane Cove Pool on Sunday from 7.30am to 8.30 am. Recreational and stroke correction classes are run at the Ryde Swimming Pool Monday to Friday 4 - 5 pm and 5 - 6.30 pm.