1974

David Urry, our founder, is appointed as Australia's Men’s Swimming Coach for the Commonwealth Games, to be held in Christchurch, New Zealand.

1976

David purchases Clovercrest Swimming School in Adelaide, South Australia, where the foundation and philosophy of the State Swim swimming lesson programs are developed.

1980s

Clovercrest becomes one of Australia's busiest swim schools, with our program highly regarded throughout the Aquatic Education industry.

1990s

State Swim was created as we expanded to multiple centres in Adelaide, Perth and into Melbourne, Victoria. By this stage, tens of thousands of children have learned to swim with State Swim.

2000s

State Swim continues to develop new centres in Adelaide, Perth and Melbourne.

2010s

State Swim continues to develop new centres across three States, along with investing heavily into continually improving our program through the use of state-of-the-art technology and team development.

Now and The Future

State Swim strives to be at the forefront of Aquatic Education and to remain a worldwide leader in our industry.

If you would like to learn more about the State Swim difference, you can read more about us, explore our facilities, find your nearest location, meet our team or contact us directly.