All online entries have now closed for the Island Charity Swim 2019. Manual entries can be made at the event briefing on Tuesday 7th May at 6pm at the Alexandra Headlands Surf Lifesaving Club.

Welcome to the annual Island Charity Swim, held on the beautiful Sunshine Coast in Queensland.

Event briefing will be held on Tuesday, 7th May at Alexandra Headlands Surf Lifesaving Club at 6pm.

The Island Charity Swim is a test of endurance for the participants and a major fundraiser for the amazing and inspirational children at the Nambour and Currimundi Special schools.

It is a unique challenge, not only for a very worthy cause but its completion guarantees your inclusion in swimming folklore, an exclusive club reserved for those who meet the sponsorship requirements and complete the course.

The swim is 11km from Mudjimba Beach around Mudjimba Island (Old Woman Island) to Mooloolaba Beach.

Please note this is an open ocean event with a course that that takes swimmers approximately two kilometres off shore. 

Elite swimmers in flat favourable conditions have finished the course in two hours, however it can take up to four hours to complete. You can find more answers to your frequently asked questions by clicking here.

It is essential that all swimmers have properly prepared themselves for the event with the appropriate training. 

The Island Charity Swim is a proud not-for-profit event and a major annual fundraiser for the Currimundi and Nambour Special Schools.