How to Join

Whether you are an expert on the water or new to the sport, the Fremantle Rowing Club offers a range of avenues to enjoy rowing.

For competitive rowing, the Club has a variety of male and female squads, from 13 years to Masters, training at various times during the week. Please contact the Club via the Contacts page and we can provide further information on coaching, squads and training times.

For recreational and social rowing, there are a number of boats available to just go for a leisurely paddle or a workout on the water. Please contact the Club via the Contacts page and we can provide further information. For those new to the sport, the Club runs Learn to Row sessions during the year. This offers people a chance to learn the skills and safety aspects over a number of sessions and offers the opportunity to continue to row either in competitive squads or recreationally with a greater degree of on water confidence.

Membership Forms

The 2017 membership form can be downloaded here: pdfFRC 2017 Membership Form

New rowers are required to register with Rowing WA. The rules are very clear and simple, no registration - no row. Forms are available at the club and here: pdfRWA Club Membership Form

Constitution

We have recently revised and updated our constitution: FRC Constitution

Handbook

This document provides useful information for members on: FRC 2016 Handbook

  • Club contacts;
  • Club operations;
  • Code of Conduct;
  • Fee Structure;
  • Competitive Rowing;
  • Equipment handling and river safety;
  • Sponsorship, fundraising;
  • Volunteering.

The 2016 Handbook can be downloaded here: 

Rowing WA Year Book

The Rowing WA Year Book provides useful information on:

  • Rowing Contacts;
  • Regatta dates;
  • Rules of racing;
  • Safety Standard;
  • and more.

 

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