Bayside Triathlon Club
Junior Program

At Bayside Triathlon Club, we want to help the next generation experience the fun and achievement from multisport.

Triathlon ABC's


Agility: is about being able to alter body position quickly and efficiently, in a wide range of situations. This component is especially important getting in and out of the water, during transition phases and when changing direction.


Balance: all of the elements that make up triathlon require some form of balance with cycling being the most obvious. 

1. Static Balancing (standing still)
2. Dynamic Balancing (on the move)


Coordination: is the ability to control different parts of the body to deliver smooth and efficient actions. A well-coordinated triathlete will ensure all actions are well timed, effective and efficient.

About Our Program


    Embedding a fun, creative and inspiring skill-learning process, at the centre of young triathlete development.

    Using the "BEST" principle to guide a positive approach to developing personal excellence.


    A central belief at Bayside Triathlon Club, is that our junior training should be based around the enjoyment of our sport.

    All sessions will be based around the development of skills through play and giving every child the opportunity to experience swim, bike run.

    Bayside Triathlon Club's Junior Coach is Robbie Wallace. Robbie has a passion for particpation and activation initiatives, a broad educational background and is the former coach development coordinator for Triathlon Victoria.


    BSC Hons Physiotherapy
    BSC Hons Physiology & Sports Science
    Triathlon Australia Development Coach
    British Triathlon Level 2 Coach
    Athletics Australia Level 2 Running Coach
    AUSTSWIM Learn to Swim

What Level Are You?

To make it easy to understand the appropriate levels for your children, we have broken the levels down into 3 colours using the Australian Green & Gold and our Bayside Blue.

Green Level

Our entry level junior program that has a focus on learning the fundamental skills of swimming, biking and running.

If you've not had an assessment and you are unsure of your child's abilities this is the right level to start off in.


Our intermediate program for those under 14 years of age.

This is a progression from the Green Level and will look to challenge the technical abilities further in each discipline.

Please ensure you have spoken to the coach before booking into this level.


Our junior program for those who are 14 or above and are looking to get involved in an active lifestyle but are not concerned about racing.

Sessions will be tailored to the particpants and incorporate education and leadership components.

Training locations

BTC Clubrooms

The BTC home and where our heart is
Our clubrooms are our spiritual home and a key part of the Bayside Tri experience. With spin bikes, gym equipment and various other facilities, our clubrooms set us apart from every other club in Victoria.

From social events to paddle boards, are members have advantages like no others.

Packer Park Velodrome

Access the most modern and accessible ride imaginable.
Packer Park Velodrome is one of the few velodromes located in metropolitan Melbourne. The velodrome at Packer Park has a rich history. Athletes used it as a training venue during the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games, while Australian athletes trained here for the 1960 and 1964 Olympic Games. These days, it is home to Carnegie Caulfield Cycling Club.

Moorabbin Little Athletics Track

Carried nothing on am warrant towards.
The track is managed by the Kingston Council and is available to the public when not being used by clubs or for competitions. The track is used by the Moorabbin Little Athletics Centre.

The 400m synthetic track has 8 lanes in the circular section and 10 lanes in the straight section.

Have a question?

0411 291 518
We Respectfully Acknowledge aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia's first people and traditional custodians. We respectfully acknowledge the traditional custodians of the on which our club operates, the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, and we pay our respects to the elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge that Aboriginal people have a rich and continuous connection to the bayside area.
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