Swim 4 Autism


The money raised will help children with autism have a chance at independent living. Your support has enabled us to raise a total of $461,000 over the past 10 years.

By taking part you will be raising money for autism and Giant Steps Sydney. Giant Steps is a Registered Charity DGR 32778.


Swimming a few laps is nothing compared to the challenge of life with autism

With your support we can help children with autism reach their potential

How the Swim Challenge Works

Individual Challenge

Swim as many laps as you can in order to raise funds via your sponsors. You can swim 1 lap, 50 laps or swim the entire 5 hours, it’s your challenge.

Prizes for the individual and team who raise the most funds. 

Relay Challenge

Enter a team into the relay event. There will be two different formats for the relays.

1. 5 Hour Team Relay. The team complete as many laps as possible within 5 hours.

  1. 2.2 Hour Team Relay. The team complete as many laps as possible within 2 hours.

Teams consist of a minimum of 3 swimmers and only one swimmer should be in the water at any one time. There is no restriction on how far each individual swimmer must swim or how often swimmers can change over. It’s not the Olympics, it about having fun and raising money for kids with autism.

Everything you need to know about the Swim4Autism 5 Hour Challenge can be found on this website.

Use the links at the top of the page to direct yourself around the website and most importantly to register to swim in the event. Online registration has started and will end 23rd March. Sign up now to secure a swim.

If you have any questions, please direct them to k@fexis.com  or call Kevin on +65 9635 8669

We look forward to seeing you in the water!


2018 Funds Raised


(as at 27th March 2018)

Carlos Cup

5 Hour Individual Kelly McManus swam 13.3km

5 hour relay Team Ella raised $7,118

2 hour relay Team Emily raised $3,218

The 2018 swim4autism event was held on Sunday 25th March 2018 at the Andrew (Boy) Charlton pool in the Sydney Domain.

Kelly McManus swam 13.3km in 5 hours on her birthday to take out the Carlos Cup for most laps swam. Team Ella won the 5 hour team relay raising $7,118, Team Emily won the 2 hour team relay raising $3,218 and Rebecca Strutt was the individual who raised the most at $5,718

The Swim4Autism 5 hour event is all about raising funds for autism. The swim is a great family day and an excellent opportunity to have fun swimming with your family and friends. The Carlos Cup trophies are presented to the top fundraising individual, the top fundraising teams and the individual who swim the furthest distance.


                                                                     Contact Kevin at k@fexis.com for more details.

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