Noosa Summer Swim

Noosa Summer Swim

Join Olympian Michael Klim and special guests for a huge weekend of sun, surf and swims at the Noosa Summer Swim, a must-do event for any keen ocean swimmer, with a full weekend of events and a range of distances for every ability.

The Noosa Summer Swim, presented by Milk & Co, has ocean races over 1km, 2km and 3km, and the new 5km Noosa Grand Prix Marathon distance. The Junior Giants Series for kids aged 8-16 years has a 300m dash and a 1km swim.

Choose your own wave start group, find a training partner or friend and join World Series Swims Ambassador Michael Klim on the starting line on Noosa's Main Beach for an ocean swim in the calm, sheltered waters towards the beautiful Noosa National Park.

Saturday's events are the Noosa 3.0 (Long Course); Noosa 2.0 (Long Course) and Noosa 1.0 (Short Course) which is excellent for all abilities and is an ideal stepping stone for longer distances, or to conquer your first open water event.

Sunday's events is the new 5.0km Noosa Grand Prix Marathon distance swim, a multi-lap course around the sheltered waters of Noosa Main Beach and the perfect opportunity for any swimmer to push their limits.

There's also a 1.5km Social Swim, a relaxed, social swim.

See the Noosa Summer Swim 2016 video here.

Entries now open.

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