COVID-19 Update - Learn to Swim Lessons


When are swimming lessons restarting?

Unfortunately we do not have a restart date for swimming lessons just yet, however we are working hard to have our programs up and running as soon as it is safe to do so within all Government restrictions and guidelines. Once we have a restart date, all our families will be notified via email, our website and Facebook.


What happens to my Learn to Swim booking?

Direct Debit – All direct debit payments are on hold until our regular lesson timetable resumes. As direct debit bookings are an ongoing enrolment, you will retain your same class & time as you were swimming in before the closure. Once lessons resume, you will be enrolled in for this same class automatically. If you wish to cancel your booking, you must contact us otherwise you will be automatically re-enrolled once we reopen.


Upfront Term Payments – If you paid for Term 2 upfront, you will be credited back for lessons that were scheduled to occur during the closure. This credit can be used for any future booking. If you wish to retain the same day & time of your Term 2 booking, you must rebook for Term 3 to be guaranteed a spot. Your credit can be used for this rebooking. If you wish to request a refund for term 2 instead, please contact us to organise this.


Can a Learn to Swim student come for a casual swim?

Learn to Swim students are not entitled to their free swim entry while swimming lessons are on hold. If you wish to come for a swim, you can do so through booking and paying as a casual swim visit. To ensure children are actively supervised at all times, only those aged 10 or over may attend for lap swimming. Recreational swimming is still not available. All bookings for children must be made via phone on 9559 7111. Please note: Age restrictions do not apply to therapy sessions.


Our Aquatic Education programs cater for all age groups, ranging from six months to adults.


Using the Royal Life Saving Swim and Survive Program, our Leisure Centres aim to build confidence in the water through familiarisation,
water safety and stroke progression in a fun, friendly and relaxed environment.

Preschool lessons begin from six months of age and promote water confidence so children are comfortable in the pool.

School-aged children gain confidence in the water and develop stroke techniques.

Adult classes are also available and range from beginners to stroke techniques and fitness.