Become a MH2O Club Member in 2 steps

All members must be registered with Masters Swimming Victoria. This annual membership provides insurance for you and the club for training and events.

In addition, our Club membership covers squad fees; a minimal amount of your fees goes into the running of the club, which is a registered not-for-profit entity.

1. Masters Swimming Victoria

All members training in our squads are required to be 18 years or older, and must be registered with Masters Swimming Victoria (or for those wishing to compete at a higher level, Swimming Victoria.) Both organisations fall under the umbrella of Swimming Australia.

2. Melbourne H20 Swim Club Membership

All members pay a monthly squad fee. This fee covers coaching and varies depending on how many sessions a week you wish to swim. Please note, pool entry is an additional cost, however, the City of Stonnington provide various membership options and discounts for Club swimmers.

We offer three membership types as outlined further down the page. For access to the membership signup page please contact us via:

Mh20 Swim Club

Membership Options

1st Claim Membership

I’d like to make MH2O my primary club. This is for most members.

2nd Claim Membership

I already belong to another swimming club, however I’d like to nominate MH2O as my second club, primarily for training.

Students & Seniors

I am a student or senior card holder – available for 1st claim members only.

About Masters Membership

Masters Swimming Australia is an organisation for adult swimmers and adult swimming clubs around Australia with 7 Branches and more than 300 Clubs Australia wide. Membership is open to people who are 18 years or older. Whether you are a pool swimmer, open water swimmer, or triathlete, a Masters Club is the best place to gain the highest quality training and coaching that gives you the option of competing in club, branch and national Swim events.

You can travel the world as an Australian Masters Swimmer and train with any Masters Club. We recommend you do some research about the Club(s) before you travel and introduce yourself and check on their latest training information to confirm arrangements for their sessions.

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