The City's Leisure and Aquatic Centres are partnered with Royal Life Saving's “Keep Watch at Public Pools Program” to protect and safeguard children and young people, so they can swim safely and supervised at all times.
Children must be accompanied into the centre, and supervised in the pool and within arm's reach. Maximum 1 Parent / Guardian to 2 Children.
Children must be accompanied into the centre, and supervised by maintaining visual contact with the child at all times. Maximum 1 Parent / Guardian to 4 Children.
Parents must maintain visual contact.
N.B Children 11 years and older may be Non-Swimmers or Weak Swimmers and parental supervision should not be restricted by age in these circumstances.
All centre's are committed to safe swim practices for everyone. This policy is designed to maintain a clean, safe and inviting environment for yourself and all other patrons.
Clothing, other than swimwear, can create problems with water clarity, pool disinfectant and the water filtration system, which may impact the safety of our patrons and staff.
Adequate and hygienic, recognised swimwear must be worn at all times in the water.
Rash shirts are recognised as swimwear.
Infants are required to wear recognised waterproof Aqua nappies.
Inappropriate swimwear includes and is not limited to:
Recognised swimwear and aqua nappies are available for purchase at reception. We thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Only applicable to Cook + Phillip Park Pool, Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre, Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre and Victoria Park Pool.