We welcome new members of all ages (4 – 90+) and fitness levels.
Training @ Baskerville Hall (Memorial Ave off Great Northern Highway) on Wed nights 6 – 8pm and Saturday morning 9.30am to 11.30am, most weeks of the year (There is a 6 week break from mid December to late January – it’s too hot!)
“More like an extended family than a club” Comradery, helpfulness, thoughtfulness and a common love of paddling on the water are some of the attributes reflected by our membership. A balanced gender and age, ranging from mid 50’s to early 80s, all from different backgrounds and experiences, mixed with singles and couples and most importantly…..all having FUN.
With a refreshing lack of competitiveness, we’re more interested in sharing a good time and a laugh along the way than who’s got the best boat and who’s quickest through the water.
The object of our club is to encourage and promote masters athletics, general fitness and to provide opportunities for training and competition.
Membership is open to men & women 30 years and older.
We have a comprehensive annual program that provides the opportunity for members to participate in weekly runs and walks, as well as track and field competition. There are also training groups that meet during the week. We also organize a variety of friendly social events.
The format of events allows contestants to be as competitive or social as they choose. Competition is in gender and age groups which advance in five-yearly increments starting at W30 and M30.
The club is run by a small committee and is dependent on many volunteers such as race directors, marshalls, time-recorders and other helpers.
Masters Swimming WA (formerly AUSSI) was established in 1977, is affiliated with Masters Swimming Australia, and as part of the worldwide Masters Swimming movement.
We have over 1,500 members, ranging in age from 18 to 95, who enjoy “Fitness, Friendship and Fun” through swimming and social activities as members of 37 clubs throughout the State. This includes our Sandgropers Club which is a virtual Club administered through the State office for country adult swimmers who wish to participate in MSWA events and activities. Further information is on the Sandgropers page which is linked from the Clubs page on this website.
Based in Perth, The Over 55 Canoe Club caters for people over 55 years of age who wish to enjoy canoeing in the company of other very friendly people.
We meet every Thursday morning at 8.30 a.m. from April until November. Our paddles have a short rest period as needed, a morning tea break with return for lunch at the start point, usually by noon. Cars are guarded by a volunteer(s) each week.
OFFWA offers a wide range of walks for seniors in Perth and surrounding areas from March to November each year. The walks are chosen for their surfaces, interest, availability of parking and the provision of toilets.
The club meets every Tuesday at 10am and the walks commence promptly at 10.30am. Members are permitted to walk as far as they choose and at the pace they are comfortable with. Afterwards many stay behind and enjoy lunch with fellow walkers.
The walks range in distance up to 8kms and trained first aiders accompany members to offer assistance where needed.
Paddle WA a non-profit organisation affiliated with Paddle Australia.
Our community is made up of many constituents including but not limited to clubs, disciplines, committees, volunteers, coaches, the Paddle Academy, the Board and the staff.
We represent the interests of a range of disciplines including marathon, slalom, sprint, sea kayaking, ocean racing, wild water and work collaboratively with other paddling organisations.
Our membership includes over 2408 active club members of all ages, abilities and interests across the dimensions of adventure, competition and recreation.
The 11 clubs are located across Perth and the South West of W.A.
PCPC is WA’s premier canoe polo club. Our enthusiastic members are always keen to teach new players. All equipment, including kayaks, paddles, helmets, and buoyancy vests can be hired from PCPC.
All players are required to join PCPC or another club affiliated with Australian Canoeing. More information is available via this site or by contacting one of the committee members.
Stadium Masters is a Masters swimming club with about 70 members based at HBF Stadium, Mt Claremont, since 1992. The Club shares its aspiration to swim for “Fitness, Friendship and Fun” with Masters Swimming WA and Masters Swimming Australia with which it is affiliated.
Membership is open to swimmers aged 18 years and over who can swim 50 metres comfortably. Accredited coaches prepare and run regular training programs to suit the needs of swimmers, covering skill development, stroke correction, general fitness and training for specific events. Sessions are held most weekdays and on Sundays in booked and uncrowded lanes.
Our volunteer, non-profit and charitable organisation offers instruction in Taoist Tai Chi Society™ internal arts of health, as developed by Master Moy Lin-shin. Master Moy synthesised the wisdom he learned during more than 50 years of training in meditation, chi kung, Tai Chi and other internal arts of health, into the practices taught by the Society and its sister organisations.
The Veterans Tennis Association of Western Australia (Inc) was founded in 1972. The trading name was changed to Tennis Veterans Western Australia (TVWA) in 1998; and subsequently to Tennis Seniors Western Australia (TSWA) in 2006. The objectives of the Association are:
To promote and encourage seniors, irrespective of standard, to play and continue to play tennis.
To encourage the playing of tennis by seniors in the spirit of love and enjoyment of the game and to promote facilities for the playing of the game.
To promote and encourage the holding of events, within Western Australia and elsewhere, for senior tennis players.
To become a division of the Tennis Seniors Association of Australia and to work in conjunction with the Association and other divisions thereof.
To manage and develop the tennis centre at Robertson Park, Fitzgerald Street, Perth, for use by members of the Association and by the general public.
Lifeball is a mix of basketball and netball with short rings. Players are only allowed to walk (though that walking is pretty fast at times) It is designed for the older Aussie, and those that have limited ability to play team sports, but still love to do that. There is lots of laughter and good relationships built…. have a go!
Come down Thursday afternoon at 1.30pm, cost is $4.00 and that includes a cuppa.
We are a group of people who enjoy walking in our state reserves and forests in various locations stretching from Serpentine to Waroona. In summer, we avoid these areas due to possible fire events, and choose walk routes along our coastline, river trails, or suburban parks.
Most of our membership centres around Mandurah, but we have members from Rockingham to Waroona, and even one from Perth. All walkers over 55 are welcome to join. You can simply come for a couple of walks before deciding on membership.