NSW Regional Expansion

Rainbow Club is delighted to have received funding from the NSW Regional Youth Investment program. This funding will enable us to organise swim teacher training and open clubs in regional NSW with the goal of helping children with a disability learn to swim and be safe around water.

Our unique Swim the Rainbow program will roll out from October 2023. Exact details and times to be announced.

New Hubs

Central West and Orana
Riverina / Murray
North Coast NSW
North West / New England


Illawarra / Shoalhaven
Hunter / Port Stephens
Southeast Tablelands

If you would like to hear about our plans for Rainbow Clubs across NSW, please share your details

Rainbow Club would like to thank the Office for Regional Youth, which is within the Department of Regional NSW.

Thanks to the ‘Our Region, Our Voice – Regional Youth Investment Program’ the NSW Government has invested in. The project was developed to enhance the lives and wellbeing of regional youth and support them to live their best life.

The program framework guides the work of the Office for Regional Youth and is structured around the four ‘pillars’ of: Work Ready, Wellbeing, Connectivity and Community.



Acacia Ridge (QLD), Armidale, Auburn, Batemans Bay, Baulkham Hills, Bexley, Bondi, Campbelltown, Caringbah (Active Moves), Castle Hill, Cherrybrook, Cronulla/Miranda, Denistone East, Five Dock, Forster, Freshwater, Glenmore Park, Gregory Hills, Hurstville, Kensington, Kurri Kurri, Lane Cove, Lane Cove West, Lithgow, Maroubra, Mt Annan, Mt Pritchard, Muswellbrook, Narellan, Newcastle City, Newcastle City (Active Moves), Newington/Stanmore, North Lakes (QLD), Norwest, Orange, Penrith, Revesby, Sans Souci, Seven Hills, Seven Hills North, Southern Highlands, Springwood, Sutherland, Taree, The Ponds, Toronto, Tuggerah, Ulladulla, Valentine, Wahroonga, Warriewood, Warringah, Windsor, Wollongong. See details


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