Club History

Osborne Park Masters Swimming was established in 1978 in Osborne Park at the Lyn McClements Pool, moving to Beatty Park in March 1996 when the Lyn McClements pool closed and has been going strong ever since. The Club belongs to the WA Branch of Masters Swimming Australia.  We recently had a name change to Beatty Park Masters Swimming Club to more accurately reflect our home base.

Masters Swimming  motto is “Fitness, Friendship and Fun”. The club works towards the Masters Swimming motto both in and out of the pool. Our membership covers a wide range of ages and abilities with ages ranging from 18 through to the 80’s.  If you wish to swim for fitness or would like to take the opportunity to compete at local, state and national level there is a place for you at Beatty Park Masters.


Some of our swimmers have a wide range of interests with Iron Man competitors, local, state and National Masters Champions and seasoned open water swimmers.  We always have members training for the Rottnest Channel Swim each year in all categories, from solos to teams of four.  Our members enjoy the benefits of qualified and knowledgeable coaching and overwhelming encouragement in a supportive atmosphere.

We enjoy a very active social and competitive scene with the emphasis on having a good time. We regularly arrange social outings that include monthly dinners at affordable restaurants, group attendance at theatres and family picnics.

New members are always welcome.  If you would like to take your swimming fitness and ability to a new level as well as have some fun along the way, then we would love to hear from you.

All prospective members can trial training sessions for 4 sessions before officially joining Beatty Park Masters.

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