This Championship was conducted on 3rd June 1933 on the Nepean River at Penrith. All States were represented except Western Australia.
16 mins 9.2 secs
3 1/2 lengths
1st Sydney University - Bow: C Wilkinson, 2: P C Leahy, 3: D H Craig, 4: F M Osbourne, 5: D Varcoe-Cocks, 6: F A Page, 7: J R McGill, Str: Harold D Raffan, Cox: J S Wilcox, Cch: G R MacKenzie
2nd Adelaide University - Bow: William Glanville Chapman, 2: Henry Ridgeway Simpson Newland, 3: Murray Frew Bonnin, 4: Josiah Mark Bonnin, 5: J G Magarey, 6: Jack C Cuming, 7: John Reginald Goode, Str: Selby C Douglas, Cox: Peter Cudmore, Cch: Stanley Facy
3rd Melbourne University - Bow: L L O Bevan, 2: H R Smith, 3: J G Brows, 4: T W Vorrath, 5: J A Glenn, 6: K F Cole, 7: H F McDonald, Str: E D Scott, Cox: R J P Daffy, Cch: R H Keon-Cohen
4th Tasmanian University - Bow: J McG Hood, 2: E R Clive, 3: P C Tapping, 4: W F Wells, 5: D D Trodd, 6: H M Nicolls, 7: B Douglas, Str: J Klug, Cox: P Stops Cch: J B Murray
5th Queensland University- Bow: W M McMaster, 2: J R McGuire, 3: A A Groom, 4: A W Higgins, 5: A S Gehrmann, 6: L D Lawton, 7: J R A Walker, Str: R W McGhie, Cox: J Percy, Cch: Rev A Henderson
Sydney led from the start with Adelaide and Melbourne maintaining their respective places throughout the three mile race.