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Warringah Amateur Swimming Association is tasked with the development and promotion of swimming on the Northern Beaches in Sydney.

We have 16 swimming clubs affiliated with us.

During the season we hold our District Championships and Peninsula Challenge meets at Warringah Aquatic Centre. We also hold a Handicap Meet at one of the Rock Pools.

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  • 2019 WASA Scholarships Open for Application

    The Warringah Amateur Swimming Association 2018 Swimming Scholarships are open for application

    In 2019, we are offering the following Swimming Scholarships, detailed below:

    • The Dick Gallie Memorial Scholarship
    • Up to four Warringah Amateur Swimming Association Winter Training Scholarships
    • Five Northern Beaches Council Awards comprising Entry Passes to the Warringah Aquatic Centre to be issued in conjunction with training with Big Blue

    Applications close on Friday 19 April 2019

    VIEW INFO & APPLICATION FORMS

  • Head Above Water 24hr Swimathon

    Collaroy 24 hour Swim
    When: Mar 16, 9:00 AM – Mar 17, 9:00 AM
    Where: Collaroy Beach Rockpool

    The swimathon will raise funds and awareness for mental health initiatives on the Northern Beaches.  Register your team via https://www.headabovewater.com.au/

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21 hours ago

Warringah Amateur Swimming Association

Well done to swimmers from the district who participated. Freshwater had a great team, Narrabeen Lakes, Collaroy, Water Skills for Life, Manly and Avalon Bilgola were also represented. Sorry if we have missed anyone else.Well what can we say !! Over 500 people registered and swam in the 24 Hour Swim a thon... we had over 100 volunteers support the event and over 100 people come back after their first swim for a second ( or third or fourth etc )
We exceeded all expectations when it came to this event, from sponsors and volunteers to local businesses and swimmers
Tonight we handed over a cheque for $82,000 to Gus Worland from Gotcha4Life ! So So So proud of YOU ! You have truely touched us with your generosity, care, love and support and for that we will never forget this moment ! $80k means 80 courses which could mean 1 course for every school / community centre across the northern beaches ! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts
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1 week ago

Warringah Amateur Swimming Association

Thanks to all the mum's poolsideOur swimclub is so much more than just swimming. Today is the hairdressers handicap celebrating those who may not swim competitively but cheer on from the pool deck every week. What a club we have! ... See MoreSee Less

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Today, Dee Why Rock Pool will be renamed the "Isa Wye MBE OAM Pool" in recognition of her lifetime of service to the Dee Why Ladies Amateur Swimming Club and swimming all over the Northern Beaches. Isa was a founding member of WASA and very dear to all our hearts. One of her many achievements including managing the Australian Women's Olympic Swimming Team in Moscow in 1980. The motion put forward by Councillor Vincent De Luca OAM was passed unanimously and you can read more about it here: www.vincentdeluca.info/questions/130214_NOM_2.pdf ... See MoreSee Less

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