With tens of thousands of swimmers visiting our website every month, a promoted listing on our event calendar is the best way to make your event stand out and attract more swimmers
1. Check our listings
We may have already added your event to our calendar
Search below and if your event is listed you can claim your listing in order to manage the content
To claim an event listing we have already listed, simply visit the listing and click on the “Claim” button.
You will be required to register an account, and this will send a request to us. We will consider the request, and we may get in touch to confirm your eligibility.
Once you have had your claim approved, you will be able to edit the content and update the event date.
You will also be able to purchase a featured listing, and promote your event.
2. Add an event listing
If your event isn’t already listed, you can create a basic listing for free
To get started:
You can also create an Organiser profile if you’d like to link multiple events together
Upgrade to a featured listing to appear on the homepage and other premium placements, and gain access to greater listing features
Get your event listed on our calendar with basic listing details
Make your event stand out, with a fully-featured event listing & greater visibility
For professional event series organisers wishing to feature 4+ events with greater visibility
3. Promote your event
To maximise your visibility you can schedule event promotions yourself that will push your listing to the top of search results, and have it displayed across other popular parts of the site
Promotions are self-managed via your account dashboard
And that’s not all, with each event listing you’ll get:
“OceanFit has made a big difference with our event campaigns this summer and the results at the Bondi to Bronte and Noosa Summer Swim Festival speak for themselves.
It’s refreshing to see an ocean swimming platform working hard to introduce newcomers to the sport – events need this support to keep the industry moving forward.”
- John Guise, World Series Swims