Registrations are closed

Thank you for your interest in our open water swim. On-line registrations are now closed. Late entries will be accepted on Sunday at the Lake between 8:00am and 9:00am. The event briefing for all events will be at 9:10am Further information about the swim and late entries can be obtained at


Maida Vale Masters Swimming Club


Sunday, 10 November 2019


Lake Leschenaultia, Chidlow 6556

Registration closes on:

Saturday, 9 November 2019 at 12:00 PM - (GMT+08:00) Perth

The event comprises four swim distances: 

1.            400m (Go Jump in the Lake) swim; open to swimmers from the age of 9 years and above.  Swimmers aged 9yrs must be accompanied by a guardian

2.            800m swim; open to swimmers from the age of 11 years and above

3.            1600m (1.6km) swim; open to swimmers from the age of 11 years and above (includes Closest to Nominated Time winners in each age category).

4.            3200m (3.2lm) swim; open to swimmers from the age of 12 years and above




400m, “Go Jump in the Lake” Swim

9 Years


11 Years


11 Years


12 Years


Entry Details:

  • Entries will open on Tuesday1st October, 2019
  • Online registrations will close at 12:00pm (Lunch Time) Saturday 9th November, 2019
  • Late registrations will be accepted from the close of regular registrations (above) up until 9:00am on the day of the event, 10th November, 2019 – at the Lake
  • To stay plastic free, we will not be handing out bottled water.  Water will be available - Please bring your own water bottle to refill. 

Entry fees for the 2019 Lake Leschenaultia OWS will be:

  • $10.00 – 400m – No late entry fee
  • $35.00 – 800m
  • $40.00 – 1600m (1.6Km)
  • $45.00 – 3200m (3.2Km)
  • $50.00 – Late Entry applicable to all events except the 400m “Go Jump in the Lake” swim


The Lake Leschenaultia OWS is proudly part of WOW Swims, the community swim series for all. WOW Swims are designed for swimmers of all ages and abilities to experience the thrill of open water swimming in a range of settings and over a variety of distances, and to encourage participation in community events as part of a healthy lifestyle.

Click this link for more information about other swim in the WOW Community Swims series