UNSW Wests Water Polo is one of the oldest and most successful clubs in Australia that competes in the Sydney Metropolitan Competition, Australian Water Polo League and National and International Competitions.

Devoted to the development of our Juniors and our players overall welfare. Providing opportunities to be the best they can be in and out of the pool at both a participation and at an elite level. Our club values teamwork, individual effort and dedication, health and wellbeing.

Boasting a range of teams from elite to development. Junior boys and girls, 1st and 2nd division Senior teams, Social teams and National Water Polo League men's and women's teams. We cater for a wide range of 'athletes', from kids as young as 10 to some members who are playing their 51st season for the club this year, so for anyone interested in playing the game of water polo in any form, UNSW Wests will be a great place to get involved.

The program is predominately run out of UNSW Pool, Randwick. With the Summer metropolitan season running from September – April and the Winter season running from May – July

Recent Club Highlights 

  • 6 UNSW Wests Players off the 2024 Paris Olympics! - Nathan Power, Matt Byrnes, Charlie Negus, Angus Lambie, John Hedges and Bronte Halligan!

  • UNSW Wests Magpies National League Champions 2019, 2022 and 2023.

  • UNSW Wests Killer Whales Senior Women won their first Australian Water Polo National League Championship title in 2018, making club history.

  • UNSW Wests Magpies Senior Men have won 7 Australian Water Polo National League titles.

  • 52 junior state representatives, 11 Australian junior representatives and 10 Australian senior representatives.

  • 5 UNSW Wests club current members played in the Rio Olympics.

  • 4 past UNSW Wests junior members played in the Rio Olympics.

  • 9 of the 26 players representing Australia in the Rio Olympics were UNSW Wests players.

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