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Welcome to ANA

Welcome to ANA Rowing Club based in Perth, Western Australia.
ANA has a proud reputation of being a very welcoming, family friendly and social club with a competitive edge! Our goal is to promote rowing for all (school age to octogenarians) and to provide pathways for members to participate in the sport on a recreational, social, racing or high performance basis.


Located at A.P. Hinds Reserve in Bayswater near the Garratt Road Bridge, ANA has access to the best rowing water in Perth. We also have a shed at the international standard rowing course at Champion Lakes located in the City of Armadale.

ANA membership includes access to a wide range of club boats, on-water coaching, organised cross training sessions and 24/7 gym access plus hot showers and free onsite parking.


We are always happy to share our enthusiasm for this addictive sport!

If you would like more information, please feel free to contact us.

Fund Raising

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Tax deductible donations can be made directly to the ANA Boat Fund through the Australian Sports Foundation.

Sunday Course
This 4-week course is designed to give you an introduction to rowing in single sculls and crew boats. Classes run from 9.00-10.30am.

Our next available course will be in mid March 2023, after our Learn to Row Regatta. Click here for details

Development Squad

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For members who are new rowers and also experienced rowers new to ANA. Session time 7:45am Sundays

The Sunday morning Development Squad is for -

  novice or inexperienced rowers who want to work in a regular crew, and

  experienced rowers, new to the club, who are coming back to rowing after a break.

Rowing is in coxed quads with a crew of five. Rowers will rotate through the boat each week, so that as well as improving your rowing skills you will also learn to cox and become self-sufficient as a crew. There will be a coach per crew for very new rowers.

The focus is on developing -

  Rowing and coxing technique


  Familiarity with the river

  Boat handling

  Shed protocols


In time you will be able to go out as a recreational crew independently and at times of your own choice, and be comfortable and safe.

You also will be able to comfortably train with the racing squad in the novice/novice crew category and get to know your fellow club members.

Contact Cassandra, the Development Squad Coordinator via the Secretary

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