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With around 50,000km of spectacular coastline, complete with islands, stunning beaches and fringing reefs, you’ll find millions of places to ocean swim around this island continent. From World Heritage-listed national parks to beaches where you won’t see another person; whichever way you experience this stunning coastline, you’ll soon discover why it is an integral part of the great Australian ocean lifestyle.
This is the most epic swim on the Sydney ocean swim calendar, and it's not for the faint hearted. Swim from Bondi to Watsons Bay solo, or in teams of up to six swimmers.Full Details
At 11km, the Island Charity Swim at Mudjimba on the Sunshine Coast is a true test of endurance for long-distance ocean swimmers. The course starts at Mudjimba Beach, then heads around Mudjimba Island and back to Mooloolaba Beach. Participate as an individual, or put together a team.Full Details
The Chieftain's Challenge is a highly achievable 3.4km run-swim-run from Mona Vale to Warriewood on Sydney's northern beaches.Full Details
Have a weekend getaway and take part in the Mollymook Ocean Swim at the breathtaking Mollymook Beach. With a 500m swim for juniors (10-12 years old) and a 2km race for those aged 13 years and above, the open water event is suited to those new to the sport as well those who are more competitive.Full Details
The Swimming WA Open Water Swimming Series R11 Swim The Swan is an river swim a South Perth Foreshore in South Perth, WA. There are 1.3km swim distances available.Full Details
Known as The Swim with Altitude, the Copeton Freshwater Swim offers athletes a unique experience competing on Copeton Dam on Gwydir River. With a 5km, 2.5km1km, or 500m race, the Copeton Freshwater Swim is the perfect event for swimmers of all ages and abilities.Full Details