Welcome to Drummoyne Swimming Club.

We are located next to beautiful Sydney Harbour at Drummoyne on Henley Marine Drive (near the Iron Cove Bridge).

Our Club meets every Saturday morning at 7:30am during summer.

We cater for all ages and standards of swimmers (from toddlers to grandparents!) making us ideal for a ‘family of swimmers’.

Family and Community Club

Our Trophy Races and Club Championships are the highlight of the season, but point score systems and handicap racing give every member a chance to taste success over the season.

We also enjoy many social events during the year.

For information on the Club’s racing format and rules,  see the Racing section.

For information on joining the Club and fees, see our fees and registration page.

For answers to other common questions, see Frequently Asked Questions.

Historic and Successful Club

Drummoyne Swimming Club was established in 1904, making it one of the oldest and most successful Clubs in Australia.

An interesting history of Drummoyne Swimming Club and the past champions it has produced, including Dawn Fraser and Jon Henricks, can be read here.


The end of year trophies for Drummoyne Swimming Club are proudly sponsored by Veeva Property Group.

Veeva Property Group

The Canada Bay Club in Five Dock has generously donated funds towards the Club’s squad instructors, equipment and essential running costs.


The following businesses have kindly donated products and services to Drummoyne Swimming Club:


Tom Brown 50m Backstroke Handicap – Final

The results of the final for the Tom Brown 50m Backstroke Handicap held on 22 February 2020 were as follows: ID Name Position 1484 Ruby NICHOLS 1 770 Lukas TAYLOR 2 1224 Tim DOOLAN 3 723 David PARKER 4 1491 Daire HENDERSON 5 1313 Tadhg DONNELLAN 6 Winner: Ruby NICHOLS  

Results Week 17

The results for Saturday 22nd February 2020, including the 100m Freestyle Championships, have been published here.

20km Rottnest Island Swim – Annette Jamieson

This Saturday Annette Jamieson will be swimming 20km from Perth to Rottnest Island in the annual Rottnest Island Challenge. She has been training up to 30km per week for 4 months – many hours following the black line in the pool along with a few adventures and challenges in the ocean along the way. It’s …