9 September 2020 · About Us

New Town Toyota Renews Leadership Support For Western Australian Swimming

In the most recent months, we understand how important it is, more than ever to support our community. Swimming WA’s vision to ensure swimming is an essential part of the Western Australian lifestyle is something we are excited to be a part of for another year!

The Western Australian Swimming Association Inc. (Swimming WA), is delighted to announce that Bronze Level Sponsor New Town Toyota have renewed their current partnership. The Western Australian swimming community are well acquainted with the New Town Toyota vehicles that make an appearance at the Open Water Swimming Series each year. The New Town Toyota Prado and Hilux are the market leaders and play a pivotal role in the event preparation and presentation of the OWS Series each year.

Over the years, thousands of Western Australians have seen the New Town Toyota vehicles at pool meets and OWS Series rounds from Albany to Carnarvon and on many beaches across Perth.  

“As the peak body for swimming in Western Australia, it is important that Swimming WA continues to have the support of iconic Western Australian companies such as New Town Toyota and we are thrilled to continue our partnership another year” said Swimming WA CEO, Mr. Darren Beazley.

Joe Zito, Dealer Principal has established a business that has withstood the test of time. In some of the most challenging economic times imaginable. New Town Toyota are a family run business since 1992, employing over 150 staff members and are proud to once again partner with Swimming WA for another year. 

Swimming WA Members and staff are eagerly awaiting the opening of New Town Toyota’s state of the art showroom which is due for completion by the end of 2020. The dealership will have doubled in size in combination with a launch of a range of new Toyota vehicles, it is looking to be a very exciting year ahead.  

Facts about Swimming WA

Swimming WA is one of the leading not-for-profit sporting organisations in Western Australia, established in 1902, representing 85 Clubs and more than 12,759 Members across the State. From Learn to Swim, competitive swimming, recreational swimming or conducting open water events, Swimming WA focuses on providing access to swimming wherever people may live in Western Australia.

www.wa.swimming.org.au

Our Partnership Over The Years