Swimming Clubs

Blue Mountains Leisure Centres have five swim clubs that train within our centres. Please see below for a Swim Club near you.


Glenbrook Swimming Club

The Glenbrook Swimming Club commenced in 1980 and grew to become one of the largest clubs in the Western NSW region. 


Currently, we have almost 150 members and we are a family orientated club having swimmers of all ages and levels - from local club/recreation swimming to competitive national levels. 


Our club night commences at 7:00pm each Monday at the Glenbrook Swim Centre with the night usually being completed no later than 8:15pm. 


Prior to each club night commencing at 5:30pm we have free stroke correction classes available to our younger members. These classes run for one hour and are overseen by our senior members under close adult supervision. 


We invite people of all ages, ability and motivation to join our club and as an incentive we'll allow you to swim at our club night for two weeks before you commit to any membership payments - you can't lose. 


For further information please contact Matthew Neale on (0420) 808 349 or visit the Club's website:


Lawson Swimming Club


Lawson ASC is one of the oldest swimming clubs in NSW, having been established in 1930. Our club caters for swimmers of all ages and all abilities and promotes the development of every member's swimming in a friendly, supportive family environment.

One of the highlights of our club is the number of families where both the parents and children join in the weekly events.


Our club meets each Friday evening at the beautiful Lawson Memorial Pool from 6:00pm (race entries in by 5:45pm).


All are welcome.


Springwood Swim Club


Springwood Swim Club is based at Springwood Aquatic Centre and is affiliated with NSW Swimming and are a member of the Mountains and Plains District. The club is a non-profit organisation with all funds raised being reinvested into the club for the benefit of its members.


The club holds a race Club night each Thursday in summer and fortnightly in winter, and competes against other NSW affiliated clubs at Invitational Meets, which are hosted by fellow clubs. Club membership entitles swimmers to participate at our fun club nights as well as compete against other clubs to Local, Country, State and National Championships.


We welcome swimmers of all levels and ages.


Katoomba RSL Swim Club


For over 38 years Katoomba RSL Swimming Club has encouraged 100's of young swimmers to participate in activities to improve their swimming capabilities, enjoy a high level of fitness and fun, while fostering life saving skills.


Many of their talented swimmers have gone on to represent at Regional, State and National level. Katoomba RSL Swimming Club caters for all swimmers and have races for the little ones starting at 25m right up to advanced swimmers who swim 800m.


The Club meets this summer season every Friday at 5:45pm at the Katoomba Sports and Aquatic Centre.


Visit the Club's website:


Nepean Swim Club


The Nepean Swimming Club is a sub-club of the Emu Sports Club, Emu Plains.


Visit the Club's website: