We welcome you
Rainbow Club is a network of social swimming clubs for children with a disability. With NDIS Provider status, we offer a fun and safe community for children with a disability to swim, interact, and play. We welcome all children with a disability and their families to experience Rainbow Club’s inclusive and friendly atmosphere.
Rainbow Clubs operate on weekends during the school term. Our lessons are personalised for children with a disability aged between 3 – 18 years and our unique Swim the Rainbow program is delivered by qualified and dedicated swim teachers. Check the locations and times your preferred Rainbow Club operates. See our Locations
As a registered charity, Rainbow Club has an obligation to ensure the sessions provided by its local Clubs are utilised for the benefit of all children registered with us. We provide a weekend, social and sporting activity in local areas where a child with a disability can participate – similar to their siblings without a disability. Throughout the year, Rainbow Club holds a number of family friendly social events we can’t wait to see you at. See What’s Happening
We look forward to welcoming you to a Rainbow Club very soon. Register now
Swim the Rainbow
Our unique Swim the Rainbow program has been specially designed to teach children with a disability using structure, reward and progress in a social, fun and supportive aquatic environment.
The swimming goals are aligned to the seven colours of the Rainbow (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet). When working on the basic goals, it is all about water safety. Once a child has mastered the basic goals, the lesson is expanded to include more than one child. See our Program
For children with a disability, Rainbow Club provides personalised swimming lessons and a weekend activity involving social participation. Join us!
Rainbow Club is a registered activity provider for the Active Kids program. Active Kids is a NSW Government initiative which provides vouchers to use towards sport and active recreation costs each year. Active Kids vouchers may be used toward the payment of Rainbow Club term fees. See Fees
In May this year, Abbey had the opportunity to thank her swim teacher Ian for his dedication when he received a long service award for his years of teaching at Rainbow Club.
Raphael Ong (12) joined the new Rainbow Club at Glenmore Park on Opening Day in February 2021. Raphael is diagnosed with Autism, Level 3, Sensory Processing Disorder and a Language Disorder and while he loved diving under water, he could not swim, he was not safe and he had challenging behaviours.
Jimmy (6) and Jack (10) are brothers and despite both being on the Autism Spectrum, they could not be more different. Mum (Rebecca) was delighted when Rainbow Club opened in Toronto Swim Centre near Newcastle in July 2020 when all of Greater Sydney was in lockdown.
Auburn, Bexley, Bondi, Campbelltown, Caringbah (My Active), Cherrybrook, Cronulla/Miranda, Five Dock, Glenmore Park, Holsworthy, Hornsby, Hurstville, Kurri Kurri, Lane Cove, Lane Cove West, Lithgow, Liverpool, Maroubra, Mt Pritchard, Narellan, Newington/Stanmore, Northmead, Orange, Penrith, Revesby, Southern Highlands, Seven Hills, Sutherland, The Ponds, Toronto, Valentine, Villawood, Wahroonga, Warriewood, Warringah. See details