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North Esk Dragon Boat Club

The North Esk Dragon Boat Club supports paddlers at all fitness levels and ages, and promotes the sport as fun and social. Members are encouraged to compete locally, nationally and internationally. Come and Try sessions are available, with regular training times for teams.

Devonport Masters Swimming

The Devonport Masters Swimming Club (also known as the Devonport Devils) provides a fun, safe and supportive environment for members to share their love of swimming. The group provide two coached training sessions a week - Wednesday 6.40-7.40pm and Saturday 9-10am.

Burnie Masters Swimming

The Burnie Masters Swimming Club provides a safe, fun, friendly and supportive environment for individuals to realise their personal, team and group goals. The group has access to an indoor and outdoor pool year round. Trainings are Sunday 8.30-9.30am and every second Thursday 5-6pm.

Launceston Masters Swimming Club

The Launceston Masters Swimming Club (also known as the Launceston Lemmings) provide coaching and endurance sessions with a focus to provide people an opportunity for fun, fitness and friendship through swimming. The group host competitions throughout the year.

Tomatoes Swim Masters Swimming Club

Tomatoes swim are a a diverse group of people of all ages & abilities who celebrate their need to enjoy swimming on a regular basis. Coached training sessions are provided throughout the week.

Talays Masters Swimming Club

The Talays Masters Swimming Club provide coached training at three locations, sometimes followed by coffee, and have information about other swimming events around Tasmania and nationally. Trainings are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8.15am, Sunday from 8.45am, and Tuesday from 6.30pm.