“We want our club to be approachable,
fun and responsive to the needs of our
community; get in touch if you have any
questions or want to learn more.”
SURGE SECRETARY 2017
Melbourne Surge is active all year round.
Get in touch if you would like to learn to play water polo or competitively play.
There are 2 competitive seasons per year, however we organise, volunteer and attend many events throughout the year.
If you have any queries just send a message and we will get in touch soon.
GET IN TOUCH
PRESIDENT CAL HAWK
VICE PRESIDENT JESSE GODFREY
CLUB MANAGER DAVID ROBERTSON
MEDIA CAL HAWK
SECRETARY THOMAS FYFEILD
TREASURER RYLAN WARTON
PRACTICE & COMPETITIVE GAMES
South Yarra Sports and Aquatic Centre (SYSC) is located at Melbourne High School, on the corner of Chapel St and Alexandra Avenue. Entrance is on Chapel St.
Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC) is located at Aughtie Drive in Albert Park, MSAC is the home of Water Polo Victoria and is Melbourne’s pre-eminent aquatic facility.
Richmond Recreation Centre is located at 11-15 Gleadell Street, Richmond.
Contact us for more information.
PO BOX 6347, South Yarra, VIC, 3141
OUR SISTER CLUBS
The Sydney Stingers formed in 2001 to compete in the 2002 Sydney Gay Games. As NSW’s first LGBTI and inclusive club, the Stingers are a fully independent club with a strong history of competition and fun.
Founded in 2016 with the assistance of Melbourne Surge and the Sydney Stingers, and formed as part of the ‘Brisbane Barracudas’ National League Club, the Tritons have rapidly grown into an important part of the Brisbane LGBTI sporting scene.
PERTH WHITE POINTERS
With the success and rapid growth of the Australian LGBTI water polo clubs on the east coast, the Perth White Pointers formed in 2017 as part of the Phantoms Water Polo Club.