Welcome To State Swim Osborne Park

Swimming Lessons In Osborne Park

State Swim has been successfully teaching generations of children and adults the important and enjoyable skill of swimming. Our swimming lessons cater for babies to adults, it's never too early or late to learn to swim. Drop in, ring or email Ben and his team for all your swimming lesson needs. We look forward to meeting you.

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What's
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Attention all 400 Gold and Teams swimmers!

Challenge yourself and your mates in a friendly competition at the next Super Swim (time trial event) on

Tuesday 27th February 6pm start

Set a goal or a PB time for each stroke and try to beat it!

Our monthly achievers

We are very proud of all the hard work our students have put in this month and this is where we celebrate their success and advancement.

MEET OUR PEOPLE

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Luke Vesey

Operations Manager Osborne Park Swimming School

Meet the Operations Manager of State Swim Osborne Park!

Luke is the Operations Manager at State Swim Osborne Park. He took some time from his busy schedule to answer a few questions:

1) When did you start working for State Swim?

2003

2) Proudest moment at State Swim?

Hard to choose 1 moment. The most satisfying moments are seeing the kids smile when they know they have achieved a new skill.

Or having a parent thank you for all your hard work. 

3) Favourite swimming related memory? 

Winning the very 1st State Swim Interschool Carnival for East Fremantle. 

4) Why State Swim?

Learning to swim is a life skill that is very important to me and i wanted to work for a company that i felt offered the best opportunity for Children and adults.   

5) Three words to describe your job?

Rewarding, Challenging, Enjoyable,

6) Something not many people know about you? 

Ive been to 37 countries. 

7) Who would you like to be for a day?

Kelly Slater