Resources available for Members

We would like to thank you for your continued support of our organisation and hope you are staying strong and resilient at this time.

We understand the COVID-19 crisis will have long-term and far-reaching effects on all of us and encourage you to stay in touch with your Club and coaches, with your friends and family; and together we can overcome the challenges that come our way.

Following the National Cabinet announcement regarding the three-step approach to ease restrictions, Swimming Australia together with  ASCTA, AIS, Sport Australia, and Federal and State Governments have released the National Guidelines for Restarting Club Environments with the full support of Masters Swimming Australia.

We encourage all members to ensure they make a safe return to our sport. Please be guided by the communications from your Branch/Territory who will provide you with ongoing updates to these National Guidelines adopted by MSA and the National Board of Management.

Please all stay safe and connected as we move closer to being back in the water.

The health and wellbeing of our members is our priority and we have created this page to provide updated information, resources, to help connect members, clubs, coaches and volunteers in this unique time of change.

As with any type of training MSA encourages you read the following guidelines in order to properly use the Dryland Training techniques and to stay safe:

  • Check that you have sufficient space to practise
  • Check there are no trip/slip hazards
  • Check there are no objects you may fall on or come in contact with
  • Check there are no sharp objects or hot surfaces near by
  • Ensure you have sufficient lighting
  • Ensure your camera/screen and other electrical appliances, including cables, are on a levelled surface and not in your training space causing a trip hazard
  • Ensure the room has sufficient ventilation
  • Ensure you have water to keep hydrated
  • Remember to seek medical advice before training if you have any existing injuries or other medical conditions
  • Remember that children require adult supervision whilst practising
  • Ensure all household members are aware of the training and avoid entering the space


Guidelines for Returning to Sport

National Guidelines For Restarting Club Environments (Swimming Australia)

AIS Framework For Rebooting Sport Summary

AIS Framework For Rebooting Sport FA


Government Resources

Industry Resources

Branch and Club Programs

Other Resources