South Australia's
Premier Rowing Club

Adelaide Rowing Club celebrating 140 years in 2022.

ARC members rowing for Australia in Varese at the World Cup Regatta in June 2022. Alex Hill, Oscar McGuiness and Ella Bramwell

Congratulations to Ella Bramwell, ARC Captain on winning a Bronze Medal in the Australian Women’s Eight at her first Senior A team.

 

About Adelaide Rowing Club

Affectionately known as the ARC, the Club caters for rowers from a wide range of ages and varying levels of intensity and competition ranging from new rowers undertaking Learn-to-Row programs through to elite athletes representing the state and country.

ARC also has a healthy Master’s rowing program catering for rowers from 27 to 80+ years of age.

Membership

From social rowers to elite athletes, beginners to Master’s rowers, there is a place for everyone at the ARC.

Club Merchandise

A wide range of ARC clothing, uniform & merchandise is available for purchase both directly from the Club or from our suppliers.

Learn to row

If you are new to the sport and want to experience rowing the ARC learn to row program is the perfect oppurtunity for you.

2022 ARC School Leaver and Winter Development Programme

The 2022 Youth Development Programme is designed to complement school rowing programmes and enable school aged rowers to continue training through the winter months and develop their rowing ability both in sculling and sweep. While our School Leaver Program looks to introduce Year 12’s to a club training environment where they can be supported towards their rowing goals; whether it be rowing socially and competing at local regattas, medalling at State Championships, racing for South Australia in the State Team, or looking towards entering SASI and elite pathways.

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