Welcome to

The UWA Boat Club

We offer rowing programs for both students and non-students, from beginners through to international athletes.

Come and join the UWA Boat Club in 2020!

The UWA Boat Club is the reigning Rowing WA Champion Club for the seventh year in a row. We’re also the largest rowing club in the state.

We offer rowing programs for both students and non-students, from beginners through to international athletes.

The Rowing WA pennant season runs from April to September with regattas typically fortnightly.

We are based out of the UWA Boat Shed and Watersports Complex on Matilda Bay, Crawley (just across the road from UWA). We are also a Good Sports affiliated club.

Following the announcement by Premier Mark McGowan, we will be recommencing operations from 6th June 2020. Had a drop in fitness due to isolation or want to try something new? We are accepting new members and have a range of squads to suit every level.

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To register as a new member, or renew your membership, please read Membership and Fees and log in to pay your fees here: https://www.revolutionise.com.au/uwaboatclub/registration/

For all new membership enquiries, please contact Angus Rowe ([email protected]) or Izzy Emery ([email protected]) for information about joining the men’s and women’s squads, respectively.

We hope to see you soon. Stay tuned!

Rowing at UWA

We cater for all abilities. Find your crew:

Open Rowing

If you’ve rowed before and are over 16 we invite you to join our open squad.

This is our competitive racing squad, competing in grades A to D in a range of boat classes.

Training schedule is typically 3 to 6 sessions per week with a mix of mornings and afternoons, on and off water sessions.

Men’s Vice Captain:
Kaleb Jaschke [email protected]

Women’s Vice Captain:
Brittany Crawford [email protected]

Novice Rowing

Never rowed before? No problem! Join our novice squad and learn how to row.

You’ll become part of a crew and train together leading up to your first regatta.

Training schedule is typically 2 to 3 sessions per week, mostly afternoons, with both on and off water activities.

If you’re at Uni, we recommend starting here.

Izzy Emery has more info: [email protected]


Over the age of 27? Then you’re eligible to row Masters.

Our Masters crews cater for beginners through to experienced rowers returning to the sport.

Recently completed a Learn to Row program? Then you may consider stepping up and trying a race!

Were you pretty handy with an oar back in the day? We’d love to see you get back in the boat.

Masters Men:
Andrew Brown Email

Masters Women:
Sarah Knight [email protected]

Learn to Row

If you’d just like to test the waters, take our Community Learn to Row course.

You’ll learn the basics of the rowing stroke, how to safely handle all the equipment, and will be rowing merrily down the Swan in no time (hopefully all the way to Elizabeth Quay)!

If you’re at Uni or think you might want to race down the track, we recommmend Novice Rowing.

More info

Shenton College

The UWA Boat Club is excited to run the Shenton College rowing program in 2019. Shenton won the overall title at the Rowing WA All Schools Championships for four years in a row, from 2015 to 2018.

UWABC has a long association with Shenton College (going back to 2003) and the rowing program in its current form has been running for the past 4 years.

Our qualified instructors coach crews from years 9 to 12.

For details please contact George White, Shenton Rowing Coordinator:
[email protected]

Register your interest

To find out more about any of our programs please get in touch

2016 Season Highlights

In 2016 we were the Rowing WA Champion Club for the second year in a row. Here are a few highlights