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Child Swimming

Water Safety Visit:

Our water safety visits provide a fun an interactive experience that comes to you. Preschool students will work together with our mascot, Minky the Whale and his special helper and learn how to be safe when swimming. Not only do students learn about how to be safe in the swimming pool, but will learn about beaches, rivers, lakes and other water based settings. Some lucky students will get to experience the feeling of becoming a swim instructor and a lifeguard with our role play activities. They will be equipped with rescue tubes, sun smart hats, rash vests, and lifeguard tops, all things that you would see at our swimming pool. This free of charge educational session involves dress ups, pictures, colouring material and of course pictures with Minky at the end. To book your free session or for more information please email us.    

Fun Days:

Students will be able to come to the swimming pool and learn many songs that will help them with their water familiarisation.  These entertaining songs are used in our Mini Minky swimming lessons, where students and parents sing along and enjoy the water-based activities. Along with the songs, students will be able to bring the water safety visit to life by having a splash in the water, waving at the lifeguards, and meeting some of our swim instructors. Parents are welcome to come down to the Monash Aquatic and Recreation centre and join in on the fun. The visit will come at a small cost of $5 per student for this half hour visit.


How to Book:

To organise a Water Safety Presentation or Fun Day at MARC for your school please contact the Centre on 9265 4888 or complete the enquiry form below.

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Last updated: 22 September 2016