Media Release - New grants available for Swimming programs in Hasluck


Federal Member for Hasluck

Minister for Indigenous Australians


2 October 2019




Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt, is encouraging local community groups to apply for new swimming grants to enable or improve opportunities for people with disabilities and from diverse backgrounds to enjoy this great Aussie past-time.


The Community Swimming Grants Program allows organisations to apply for grants of up to $10,000.


“Swimming is a big part of our way of life in Hasluck and is a great way to stay active and healthy at any age, Mr Wyatt said.


“However, some people in our community need extra support to be able to enjoy the benefits of swimming. These new Community Swimming Grants provide a great opportunity for local community groups to get funding to share the love of swimming with more people in Hasluck.”


Minister for Youth and Sport Richard Colbeck said the initiative aimed to make swimming as accessible as possible so more Australians could benefit from sport and physical activity.


“Within this program, grants may be used to subsidise the costs associated with delivering swimming and aquatic activities such as entry fees, lane hire or membership fees.


“Supporting more Australians to get more active more often is a priority for our Government and we’re delighted to be working with Swimming Australia to deliver greater access to swimming and aquatics for up 3,200 people through this program.


“The Morrison Government has a plan to make Australia the world’s most active and healthy nation. To do that, we need to break down the barriers that limit Australians from being more active.”


The Move It AUS Participation Grant Program is already delivering 62 projects across the country to provide great new ways to get more Australians moving.


For more information and to apply for Swimming Australia’s Community Swimming Grants Program, go to


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