The Windsor Seawolves Swimming Club provides a safe, fun, and challenging environment in which every child can improve their swimming abilities. The Seawolves organise a program of events directed to all levels of ability so that all can participate and enjoy the sport of swimming, together with their friends and family.

Swimmers can enjoy Seawolves in Term 1 and in Term 4 of the school calendar. Club nights are held on a Friday night, beginning at 6:00pm and the last event is usually finished by 8:00pm.

The Seawolves Swimming Club has been in operation since 1995.

Who can join Seawolves?

Membership is open to all children from pre-prep to high school age. You don’t have to attend Windsor State School to join. You can join Seawolves at the Club sign-on night, or at any time during the season.

How much are the fees?

Seawolves Swim Club Fees are $90 per family.

Due to COVID-19 the usual annual season has been split into two. Families will need to register for Term 4 for $45 in September/October and then again, register in Term 1 for $45 in January/February.

Ready to become a Seawolves family?

Click the link below, to register and pay via

For help with the registration process, download these instructions.

For help with the weekly nomination process, download these instructions.

How do Seawolves club nights work?

The club offers an organised program of events each week in the following order:

  1. Tadpoles event (15m)
  2. Kickboard event (30m)
  3. Individual medley (120m)
  4. Freestyle (30m & 60m)
  5. Breaststroke (30m & 60m)
  6. Backstroke (30m & 60m)
  7. Butterfly (30m & 60m)

Each swimmer is timed in each of their nominated strokes over 30m or 60m to set their initial ‘best time’. Each club night they try to better their times with points being awarded each week according to how they swim against their own best time. Trophies are awarded at the end of the season to the children in each age group with the highest points.

Tadpoles event

Children who cannot yet swim 30m or are not confident to do so may enter the Tadpoles event. This is a 15m freestyle event and may be assisted by a parent or older club member.


The club relies entirely on the generosity of volunteers for the running of club nights, carnivals, and other events. All member families will be rostered to perform volunteer duties throughout the season including canteen, BBQ, marshalling and timekeeping.

Seawolves Committee positions must be filled each season to allow the club to function. Please do not hesitate to contact the club president on club nights if you wish to become involved in this way.


Nominating ensures that you will be allocated a lane to swim in, that your times will be recorded, and points accrued. Automatic emails requesting nominations via an online system are sent to registered members each week.

Seawolves Handbook

For detailed information on Seawolves, you can download the handbook.

The season schedule is also available on the School and P&C events calendar, select the Seawolves Swimming Club filter for easy viewing.

If you require any further information in relation to Seawolves, please contact us via email

Club Records

Seawolves club members who are the fastest in a particular event, by age group, are deemed to be the current record holder. Club records can be viewed here.

COVID-19 Safety Management Plan

The 21/22 season Seawolves COVID-19 Safety Management Plan will be to review restrictions prior to each meet via an Event Checklist. Any additional requirements will be sent via email.