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Club nights are held every Friday night during term 4 and term 1 of the school year.  Club Championship nights are held on a Sunday afternoon at the end of the season followed by our Presentation Night scheduled on the following Saturday night.

Membership Details

W.S.S.A.S.C. is open to all swimmers five and over by the 31st of December of that year.



50m events

  • 25m Freestyle / 23 seconds

  • 25 Backstroke / 26 seconds

  • 25m Breaststroke / 28 seconds

  • 25m Butterfly / 25 seconds

100m Freestyle: Already qualified for 50m Freestyle

100m Medley: Already qualified for 50m in any 3 strokes

200m & 400m Freestyle: Swim 50m freestyle in 45 sec
100m & 200m Breaststroke: Swim 50 Breaststroke in 57 sec
100m & 200m Backstroke: Swim 50m Backstroke in 50 sec
100m Butterfly: Swim 50m Butterfly in 50 sec


Past members will commence the new season with their best club night times from the previous season.

For further information regarding our club please refer to the handbook.


Running order


Starts 6pm sharp


   .  25m, 50m, 100m and 200m events

  • Race nominations close Wednesday 6pm sharp.

  • Nominations are submitted via Swim Central. 

  • Swimmers must be financial to nominate.

  • No nomination, no times.

  • A maximum of 4 individual events can be swum each night.

  • To swim in the 50m and long distance races, swimmers must meet the qualifying times listed.



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Important Dates

15 June - MCA SC Meet
30 June - Chandler SC Meet
3-4 August - Brisbane Short Course Champs
4 Oct - 1st Swim Club of the new season





The canteen and BBQ run on a roster system, if you forgot to put your name down on sign on day, you will be allocated a date in each term, (one for BBQ and one for the canteen). If unavailable to attend on your night please arrange a replacement, there is no need to contact the office. The roster will be posted on the notice board, in the canteen as well as appearing in the Wilston Weekly. The canteen and BBQ roster is an important function for the Friday club nights and carnivals, and relies on the generosity of club volunteers to maintain this service.  You will usually be required to help out once a term, but helping out on any night is appreciated. If you are new to the club, the canteen convenor will show you what to do and you will usually be paired with experienced helpers.

How can I help?

Swim Club is run entirely by parents volunteering their time and effort.   Each week we require help with timekeeping, cooking, serving in the canteen and cleaning up at the end of the night. None of these tasks require great skill, and bring the opportunity to meet other parents as well as the satisfaction of making a contribution. Don’t forget to support our Club Sponsors.


Quick note for new families:

BBQ – If you are on BBQ roster for the night, you will be required either to cook the food or serve it.  No money exchanges hands, all items are purchased at the canteen and a token will exchanged when they are served by you.  Please make sure all BBQ items are washed up at the  end of the night.
Canteen – All items are clearly priced, we offer BBQ items, hot box items, healthy snacks and drinks.




6 Oct – Ridolfi and Brown  
13 Oct –  Lowe and Bosomworth           
20 Oct –  Norton and Evans
27 Oct -  Redgrave and Heytman 
3 Nov- Edmond and Hoppe  
10 Nov –  Groves and Fabbro
17 Nov – Kelly and Kelly 
24 Nov –  Mackenzie and Ooi 
1 Dec – Robertson and Robinson 


Christmas Break

2 Feb -    
9 Feb –   
16 Feb –    
23 Feb –    
1 Mar –   
18 Mar –   
10 Mar - 



6 Oct – Williams (Gloria) and Mooney 
13 Oct – Mooney, Gilbert and Buerckner  
20 Oct –  Wood, Cathcart and Craig
27 Oct  – Topp, Dalmau and Dixon
3 Nov –  Donaldson, Andrea and Hillstone 
10 Nov –  Fraser, Bassanelli and Dwyer
17 Nov –  Allan, Londeman and Maloney
24 Nov- Borzellega, Titley and Jones
1 Dec – Phipps, Pierce and Reed

Christmas Break

2 Feb -    
9 Feb-    
16 Feb -   
23 Feb –    
1 Mar –  
8 Mar- 
10 Mar - 


Join Swim Club



Wilston Crocs membership is for a period of 12 months commencing from the 1st July each year. All swimmers must be registered with Brisbane Swimming Association, Swimming Queensland and Swimming Australia.

The Club Membership fees for the 2022/2023 season are listed below

Full membership - Competitive swimmer: A member who is entitled to compete at Friday Club nights and at all BSA, SQ, SAL events or other Swimming Club carnivals. Fees include BSA/ SQ and SAL registration, insurance and club fees.

Friday membership - Recreational Swimmer: A member who wishes to compete only at Friday Club nights (ie. no external BSA, SQ or other club carnivals). Fees include BSA, SQ and SAL registration and club fees.

All swimmers need to complete a Wilston Crocs sign on form. Sign on day will be advised shortly.

New members can then sign up on- line by visiting the Swim Central Membership Portal - .  

Existing members can renew their membership through the Swim Central membership Portal - 

FEES 2023 - 24

Swimmer 8 years and under: $180.62

Competitive swimmer (9+): $214.28

Recreational Swimmer (9+): $183.70
 (+ Swim Central transaction and service fee)
Come and Try Membership - Free - valid for 30 days

Club fees include 1 Wilston Crocs cap.

Memberships purchased after 1 Jan 24 will receive a $45 discount.

All members wishing to compete in any BSA or SQ events will need to be registered before nominating for any carnivals, or before 30 September 2023 at the latest.

Transfers - swimmers who have already registered and paid for the 2023/24 season with another club, please email our registrar at to organise a transfer.


Club: Swimmers must be accompanied by a parent or an appointed adult carer at all club nights, inter-club competitions and any other formal or informal event held by the Club. This person is to be responsible for the swimmer or non-swimmer during the entire program. The club takes no responsibility for supervision or the enforcement of the rules relating to children at club events and functions. The parent or appointed adult carer is fully and solely responsible for this supervision.

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