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DATE: May 3rd -7th 2024
LOCATION: Parap Pool & Darwin Waterfront Lagoon

Entries closed for individual events at midday April 19
Payments for relay events close at midday April 26
Orders for Presentation Dinner tickets closed ,when limit reached, on April 24
Orders for all other merchandise close at midday April 25 


For those who registered for the Nationals Welcome Function, please RSVP to your emailed invitation from the NT government by Thursday April 25, to or 08 8924 4101.


Masters Swimming NT is excited to be hosting the 47th annual Masters Swimming Australia National Championships in Darwin from May 3 – 7, 2024.

Come and join us in the heart of Australia’s tropical north for this fantastic event, which is expected to attract some of the finest masters swimmers from around the country and overseas.

Pool events will be held at the world class Parap Pool, just five minutes from the CBD.

Open water swimming will be held in the lagoon at Darwin’s beautiful Waterfront Precinct, located in the CBD and home to arange of quality restaurants.

There is a variety of accommodation options available in Darwin’s CBD, including hotels, motels, resorts and self-contained apartments. Hudson Parap is unfortunately now sold out. Head to our event landing page with Tourism Top End for the full list of accommodation.

Palms City Resort is offering discounted hotel rooms and garden bungalows from May 2-10 with promo code ‘Swimming24’, so get into quickly and book online for those. 


Why not explore the vibrant Top End while you’re here? Tourism Top End has some great ideas for your itinerary from exploring Litchfield National Park to the jumping crocodile cruise, or simply kick back at the Sailing Club to enjoy an iconic Darwin sunset.

Bus timetable information can be found here and car hire providers are based at Darwin International Airport and Darwin CBD. You can request a car hire quote with unlimited kilometers here!

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photos courtesy of David Hancock