Triathlon Club Directory

Ballina Triathlon Club
Ballina Triathlon Club is renowned for it's social atmosphere amongst members. The Club has regular social functions including race barbecues. The Club is represented by athletes at many triathlon and multi-sport events throughout the world. Our sponsors provide a variety of discounts, products and services to support our members. Ballina Triathlon Club members span the wide range of age groups and abilities and older athletes offer a degree of support.

Balmoral Triathlon Club
This is one of Sydney's leading triathlon clubs.

Bayside Triatholon Club
The Bayside Triathlon Club is a community based club that is available to males & females of all ages and fitness levels. We provide swim, ride & run training sessions around the Bayside area, mainly on Sandringham Beach and Beach Road. All newcomers are welcome.

Bendigo Triathlon Club
Bendigo Triathlon Club is a local sporting club offering encouragement, competition, and practical help for people looking to increase their fitness and participate in triathlons. We believe triathlon is achievable for most people and are excited about the future of our sport. Bendigo Triathlon Club has been active since 1988; it now has over 250 active members. From businessmen, kids, mums, students and retirees, to elite athletes competing at National and International level.

Bunbury Triathlon Club
The Bunbury Triathlon Club is a friendly group of people that love to exercise and get the most out of life. The club was founded in 1986 when a group of locals decided to have a go at a new sport they had seen on television. The club grew through the 1990’s and continues to prosper. Club members have a wide range of abilities and commitment to the sport. Some are aiming for national titles, while others are aiming to enjoy breakfast and a cold drink after a short race.

Coomealla Triathlon Club
The Coomealla Triathlon Club organises triathlons and other multi-sport events in the Sunraysia region, attracting competitors locally and from interstate. We also assist locals to compete at state, national and international events. We are affiliated with Triathlon South Australia.

Engadine Triathlon Club
Engadine Triathlon Club (ETC) is a club of like minded people who share a passion for triathlon and an active lifestyle. The club prides itself on its spirit of having fun, where people of all ages and abilities can enjoy learning new skills, racing, training and socialising in a friendly and laid back atmosphere.

Echuca Moama Triathlon Club
Echuca Moama is situated 2.5 hours drive north of Melbourne on the mighty Murray River. One of Victoria’s premier tourist destinations - it is famous for it’s paddle steamers, water sports, wine and 150 year old working port precinct. It also boasts some of the most outstanding dining experiences in Southern Australia. Our Triathlon Club was created 10 years ago and has grown into one of regional Victoria's strongest clubs. Each year we grow bigger and better with the help of a dedicated committee that strives to grow and modernise both our club and our triathlon event. Our major triathlon event is held in January every year and is patronised by over 300 competitors who enjoy our downstream river swim, flat bike course and scenic bush run. We have many training groups running for all three disciplines and would love to see new faces.

Melbourne Tri Club
MTC is renowned for its social atmosphere amongst members. We have regular catch ups and social functions including Sunday Sessions (monthly), Season opening party, Annual Awards night and of course who can miss the all important post training and post race breakfasts. MTC has members across all race distances and abilities from beginners doing their first sprint race to world champions off to Hawaii for the Ironman. MTC members range in age from juniors at school through to those competiting in 55+ age group. The majority of members are between 25 and 40.

Newcastle Triathlon Club
The Newcastle Triathlon Club was formed in 1987 and in 2010 has over 150 members. This membership includes juniors, novices, family and very experienced triathletes who have competed in multitude of local, interstate, and overseas triathlons and duathlons. These include the: Australian Ironman, Forster-Tuncurry & Port Macquarie NSW; ITU Long Course Triathlon World Championships; and Ironman Triathlon World Championships, Kona, Hawaii.

Nunawading Triathlon Club
NunaTriClub, formed in 1990, is based in Melbourne's eastern suburbs. The club caters for all levels, and training sessions are structured so as to challenge the more advanced competitor, whilst being welcoming to the beginner. New members are always welcome. Give us a call and we'll make it a little easier for you to attend your first training session.

Redcliffe Triathlon Club
The club offers variety for everyone, from beginners to seasoned triathletes, from sprint to Ironman. 2003 was an exciting year, as the club has produced a record number of Ironman competitors, with 23 attempting the gruelling event. The future of the Redcliffe Triathlon Club looks bright as an ever expanding number of juniors join our extensive junior training program.