Anti Wave International
|+61 412 172 636|
65 12th Avenue
St Lucia QLD 4067
Anti Wave International is the original suppliers of top performance swim, aquatic sports, leisure and pool programming equipment.
Founded in 1971, Anti Wave International is proud of its long and tested history of quality, service and innovation.
With emphasis on quality by design and function, Anti Wave International is the premiere swim, waterpolo, leisure and pool programming equipment designer, supplier and innovator around the world.
Anti Wave has now become the largest global maker of swimming starting blocks and swimming racing lanes in the world.
With Licensed production in eight countries and growing - you are sure to find our products near you.
Our products and designs include performance racing lanes and storage reels, competition waterpolo goals and equipment, high performance swimming starting blocks, custom pool bulkheads, overflow pool gratings, stainless steel pool fittings, leisure equipment and more.
Anti Wave International is committed to continual product development to meet the needs of our customers.
We work closely with top competition coaches and swimmers to continually innovate and develop the best products around the world.
Anti Wave International has a global network of Approved Distributers and Licencees around the world.
In Australia, Anti Wave products are distributed by S.R. Smith.
8th September 2014 - ANTI WAVE MARKS 44 YEARS OF SUPPLYING HIGH PERFORMANCE AQUATIC EQUIPMENT
Anton Kajlich, General Manager and founder of Anti Wave International, has shared his experience of the development of four-sided overflow pool designs in use by the majority of top…read more
On display during the aquatic competition at the recent Olympics and Paralympics, Myrtha Pools involvement at Rio 2016 saw it design and install 17 pools for aquatic competition,…read more
Anti Kajlich, the creator of Anti Wave performance swim, aquatic sports, leisure and pool programming equipment and the Director of Anti Wave International, has announced that…read more