There’s a number of quality swimmers from around the nation that are set to make a splash in the competition including VIS Olympic program 100m backstroke and breaststroke ace Koti Ngawati, Rio Olympic Gold 400m freestyle medallist Mack Horton.
There’s also a fun pool party atmosphere with Australian Dolphin 'DJ Louderstein' pumping out the tunes, plenty of games on the lawn and gourmet foods.
Fun for the whole family and all heat sessions are free to attend.
The Victorian Government is proud to have locked in this premium feature on the Australian sporting calendar until 2021, through our $17.7 million Significant Sporting Events Program.
More than 650 events across the state have been funded through the Significant Sporting Events Program, providing jobs and boosting local economies.
For more information visit the 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Swimming Championships webpage.