Rainbow Club is a network of social swimming clubs for children with a disability. With NDIS Provider status and our unique Swim the Rainbow program, Rainbow Club offers a fun and safe community for children with a disability to have individualised swimming lessons catered to their needs.
COVID Safe Business
Rainbow Club Australia is a registered NSW COVID Safe Business. When you go to your Rainbow Club each week it is very important that everybody follows the guidelines to ensure a safe and healthy Rainbow Club. Each Rainbow Club is equipped with products and instructions that comply with Dept of Health guidelines to ensure the protection of members, teachers and families.
On Wednesday night, Rainbow Club gathered to farewell Philip Holt, OAM who has retired from the Board of Rainbow Club. It was a time to thank a legend of Rainbow Club.
Carla Barnes is our My Active Program Co-ordinator and will be launching My Active for young adults with a disability. Sutherland first.
Congratulations to Nicola Davies-Cooke who has been nominated for NSW AUSTSWIM Presenter of the Year Award. Rainbow Club is very proud to have Nicola on our team. She is an educator, adviser and mentor to our teachers and is always available to give a helping hand, guidance or piece of advice.
At Rainbow Club we understand children with a disability. We encourage each child to Swim the Rainbow at their own pace, to best of their ability.
Our Club members each have a unique story. Read their shared experiences and discover the Rainbow Club community.
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Rainbow Club appreciates the donations which enable us to increase our capacity so children with a disability can receive regular swimming lessons.
Bexley, Bondi, Campbelltown, Cherrybrook, Cronulla/Miranda, Glenmore Park, Holsworthy, Hornsby, Hurstville, Kurri Kurri, Lane Cove, Liverpool, Maroubra, Mt Pritchard, Newington/Stanmore, Northmead, Orange, Penrith, Revesby, Southern Highlands, Seven Hills, Sutherland, Tamworth, The Ponds, Villawood, Warriewood, Warringah. See details