The indoor and outdoor 25m heated pools are always available for lap swimming and recreational use and are ideal for an invigorating swim or to relax and enjoy quality family time together.
- 25m heated indoor pool
- 25m heated outdoor pool
- Separate children’s splash pool
- Learn to swim and aqua classes
Warm down in the therapeutic spa after a workout or unwind after a long day and relax tired muscles and ease any aches and pains. After just a few minutes in the spa you’ll feel the tension release from your body.
Short stints in the sauna will aid your recovery sessions and help loosen and relax muscles after hard exercise. Heavy sweating and an elevated body temperature help your complexion by eliminating toxins and chemicals from the skin, whilst providing relief from stress and tension from the day.
The steam room will relieve any muscular aches, detoxify the skin and improve your circulation whilst relaxing tense muscles.
What is the Learn to Swim program?
The Learn to Swim program follows the guidelines of the Royal Lifesaving Society of Australia’s Swim and Survive program and is specifically designed for members and their families. All instructors hold an AustSwim qualification as a minimum and are also available for adult private lessons.
When and where are classes held?
Classes run from Monday to Saturday in the indoor heated pool and generally last for 30 minutes.
When does the Learn to Swim program run?
The program runs continuously from mid-January to mid-December each year and suspension or make-up sessions may be available for family holidays or illness. Children will receive certificates of achievement as they progress through different awards and stages.
How to enrol?
Simply complete an enrolment at reception and select a payment method. Your child can then commence right away (a 15-minute assessment may be required).
Please bring a towel, swimwear, and goggles. All other gear is supplied. Children who are not yet fully toilet trained will need to wear an appropriate aqua nappy.