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Welcome to

Scarborough Beach Swimming Club


Scarborough Beach Swimming Club (SBSC) is an established A Grade Premiership swimming club celebrating its 58th year.

SBSC is situated at the iconic Scarborough Beach, Western Australia’s premier beachfront destination and our $26 million dollar 6 star green rated swimming pool has become an iconic local landmark, overlooking the coastline and picturesque Indian Ocean.

Our membership is aged 7 through to masters with swimmers ranging from early stroke development through to National level. Our Club is represented at many events throughout the year, both locally and Nationally. In addition to Swimming WA pool meets, our swimmers actively participate in Open Water Swimming events each summer, as well as the Rottnest Channel Swim where four of our swimmers placed in the top 10 for their category in 2020.

Our community is what sets our Club apart and is the key to our success. We invite you to join us in our quest to become the premier swimming club in Western Australia.

Our Squads

Our Coaches

Session Timetable

Recent News

SBSC Timetable

Winter Timetable 2021

Our new winter timetable will commence Monday 17th May. As well as a few timing changes, we are starting a new squad, National Performance, for our Nationals qualifiers. Check it…

SBSC Merchandise

New SBSC Merch!!!

Since our new name launch, our committee together with Head Coach Cam Hawthorn have been busy finalising the design of our club uniforms and merchandise. We have already launched the…

Club Night Oct 2020

Club Nights Return 2020

On Friday night, 9th October, we celebrated the return of Friday Club Nights and the launch of our new name SBSC with a massive record turn out. 73 swimmers competing,…

SBSC is a Sunsmart Club

Scarborough Beach Swimming Club (SBSC) is committed to the promoting a healthy environment for our members and encouraging our members to engage in healthy behaviours.

Be Sunsmart!

SBSC recognises exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation has potential negative health effects and therefore supports sun safe practices and has introduced measures to minimise exposure.

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The Little Workshop
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Zoie Cafe - Scarborough Beach
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