Carey Aquatic Inc was established and registered with Swimming Victoria in 1995 with one coach and five swimmers.
By 31 July 1995, the first club newsletter “Taper” was published with approximately 80 members, including non-competitive members, some of which made up the committee.
Carey Aquatic Inc. evolved from a Carey Baptist Grammar Parents Support Group, initially set up to support swimming at the school following the opening of the Geoffrey Stevens 25m pool at the Carey Sports Complex.
Located with the boundaries of north east Melbourne, Carey Aquatic became aligned with the Metro North District Swimming Association. Progressing on to compete at Swimming Victoria sanctioned meets, it was not long before swimmers progressed on to represent Carey Aquatic at both National Age and Open Championships.
Since its establishment in 1995, Carey Aquatic has had great success at both State and National level in both Age and Open championships.
In 2007 the club underwent a change in name. On September 12 2007, a special general meeting was held with the members to decide on which name the club would move forward with. Upon discussion and presentations, a vote was held and unanimously the name of CA Tritons won the vote and hence a new chapter was born.
In the past 10 years, the club has seen significant growth and success from the grassroots level of the sport, right through to High Performance and has had swimmers represent Australia at the 2004 and 2008 Olympic Games, the 2008 and 2016 Paralympic Games along with many World Championships and Commonwealth Games.