Bundaberg Swim Team charges $20 membership. This is in addition to the Wide Bay fee, SQ fee and SAL fee. You will find the total fees when you log into Swim Central. Discounts apply to three or more swimming members from the same family.

Your membership fee includes the following:

  • Insurance with Swimming Queensland(SQ) and Swimming Australia (SAL).

  • Club night entry.

  • A club swimming cap per swimming member.

  • Club Handbook - located in the files tab on the closed members face-book page.

  • Access to our club website, closed family facebook page and other publications as published from time to time.

  • Lanes at Norville Pool for squad swimming.

  • Awards and recognition through out the season.

  • Coaches on club nights.

  • Coaches at designated meets through out the season.

  • Various opportunities and recognition from our affilated associations - Wide Bay Swimming, Swimming Qld and Swimming Australia.

Frequently asked questions:

How do I purchase membership?
Please purchase membership through Swim Central. Swimming Queensland has developed a help guide for this process: How to Purchase Membership

What is the swimming season?
The official membership season runs from 1 July to 30 June each year.

Can I use a Government Voucher? (Fair Play Voucher)
Yes, please follow the current guide to claim your Fair Play Voucher through Swim Central. Please note, these vouchers are to be used for membership purposes, not learn to swim or coaching fees. Fair Play Help Guide

Do I need to purchase a uniform?
Club caps are a must at swim meets. They help the coach to recognise you in the pool when lots of swimmers are together. They also show all other people that you are one of our very important team members. For this reason each swimmer is supplied with one cap per membership season. Any others are purchased by the member throughout the year.

Apart from a cap uniforms are optional however are required if you are representing the swim team, such as receiving medals at a swim meet. If you're competing at club nights, uniforms are not essential but they do help you to feel part of the team.