The Swans' playing list was back in action following a three-day hiatus in preparation for season 2015.
Many of the players enjoyed some valuable time back home with family while others chilled out in Sydney to refresh before the club embarks on another big home and away campaign.
Due to the Australia vs India World Cup semi-final clash at the SCG, this morning's main training session was moved to Weigall Sportsground, Paddington.
The rugby ground, complete with a boutique grandstand, provided the perfect backdrop for the boys to be put through their paces in the lead up to next week's season opener against Essendon.
Sydneyswans.com.au was there to capture the action.
Dan Hannebery aims for a perfect drop punt to a waiting Gary Rohan.
Zak Jones (left) and rookie Lewis Melican jostle for position during a marking drill.
Sam Reid enjoyed a solid hit out fresh after returning from injury against GWS in Canberra on Sunday.
Luke Parker displays his trademark attack on the footy which won him last year's Bob Skilton Medal.
Sunday's match-winner Craig Bird prepares to attack the footy as Dean Towers and Aliir Aliir watch on.
George Hewett eludes sibling defenders Teddy and Xavier Richards.
The ever-reliable Heath Grundy only has eyes for the football.
Jeremy Laidler showed some quick hands during a handball drill.
It was hard to miss the long-haired Shaun McLaren at training this morning.
Gary Rohan enjoyed the sunshine during this morning's solid session at Weigall Sportsground.
Josh Kennedy was in full flight at training this morning.
Dan Rampe listens in during a team huddle.
Kurt Tippett has recovered from his knee issues and has declared himself available for next week's opener against Essendon.