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Fremantle Rowing Club

Fremantle Rowing Club is a growing, enthusiastic and competitive rowing club. There is a mix of young to master class rowers. Some of our members recently competed at the 2011 National Regatta with some very good results.

Fremantle Rowing Club is one of Perth's oldest rowing clubs being established in 1886, nestled on the southern shore of the beautiful Swan River, just up stream from Fremantle Harbour.

The club offers a host of rowing opportunities including Learn to Row lessons, an annual Corporate Regatta, Competitive rowing squads, and much much more.

To find out how you can get invovled go to www.fremantlerowingclub.com or email info@fremantlerowing.com

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