Thirroul Amateur Swimming Club Incorporated

Celebrating 60 Years of Swimming

TASC 2013-2014 Season

Thirroul Swimming Club is registering members for 2013-2014. Email us now to show your interest and you can register online. Email secretary@thirroul.org.

Final registration on Friday 1st November at 6.00pm for a 7.00pm swim.

Or come along to Thirroul Pool on any Friday night in summer and give your details to the marshall.

Family registration of one child swimmer and one adult non swimmer is $140. This covers insurance and registration with NSW Swimming of $70 and $70 to cover pool hire and lifeguard costs to Wollongong Council

Adult non swimmers can participate in any events which they would like to organise within the one hour time frame or pay pool hire for.

Email secretary@thirroul.org if you have any questions or if you would like to register now online.

All we need is a name, address, age , gender and an email address. If do not not have an email address we can help you create one to access at a library.

Membership Form




50 Years of Swimming


Thirroul Amateur Swimming Club has been conducting swimming nights every week at Thirroul Olympic Pool since 1954. Swim nights are Friday evenings  between October and March after the pool the closes to the public for the day. The Swimming Club is affiliated with NSW Swimming and is non profit.

Carnival Competition


Many swimmers have found that swimming at the club has given them the confidence to compete in school events and to attempt greater distances. Some go on to train regularly and many become active in surf club swimming. Most enjoy getting out with people of their age in an active family setting. Competition with other south coast and state clubs can be enjoyed at all levels .

Distances and Strokes

Thirroul Pool 2004

The club has 110 members between five and eighty five years old with the biggest numbers in the eight to twelve years group. Races are handicapped so that swimmers finish together. Faster swimmers swim longer distances. Events offered include all strokes in distances from 25m to 100m with occasional relays, medleys and longer races.  An adult freestyle race is run as the first event of every night.

Dip Your Toe


Club organisation is arranged by members and the parents of members with an executive group elected by eligible members each year. Organisation follows very simple lines and is as informal as possible. If you have children who like to swim ,if you are a swimmer your self, you are most welcome to swim for an evening to try things out before paying for membership. Most of  our fees go to NSW swimming.