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Swimming


Aussie Babies 2 Kids: this is a local Townsville business

Aussie Babies 2 Kids  provide a wide range of products which protect little ones from those harmful rays. They offer quality brands of products including Disability Swimwear, Ebubs Cloth Nappies, Baby Banz Sunglasses, Baby Banz Hats, Baby Banz Swimwear, Splash About Swim Nappies and Splash About Baby Wraps,  Konfidence Baby Warma's and Konfidence Swim Nappies, Konfidence Floatsuits, Stand out Kids High Visibility Vests,  Head Bumpa, Swim Goggles, Banz Ear Muffs, Banz Trolley Snugs and much more. Please feel free to view our products (by clicking the products range from our menu above) and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Web:  http://www.aussiebabies2kids.com.au/

Private Swimming Lessons

Dawn Wills has provided one on one services for a number of years for special needs children in Townsville and is currently working out of the Long Tan Pool, Lindeman Ave, Heatley.  Dawn will also come to your house if you have a pool . Dawn is very approachable if you would like to give her a ring to find out the cost. Her mobile is provided - M: 0438 784 452

Kirwan Aquatic Centre and Love2Swim School
CNR Hudson & Neptune Street, Kirwan. (Off Thuringowa Drive)
P: (07) 47233447
Phone: 1300 L2SWIM (1300 52 7946)
Web:  http://www.love2swimschool.com.au/index.php

Love2Swim School is certified by Austswim and all instructors are Austswim qualified, hold a current CPR certificate and Blue Card Certificate (working with children check)
Our centre conducts the following services 

• Learn to Swim Classes Babies to Adults
• Baby classes start from 3 months old

WINTER HOURS
Monday to friday   8am to 6.30pm
Saturday 7am to 4pm and  Sunday 8am to 4pm

UNDER COVER HEATED POOL 32.5 degres

Monday 8am to 8.50am , 12.15pm  to 3.15pm
Tuesday 12.15pm  to 3.15pm
Wednesday 11.15am to 3.15pm, 5.30pm to 6.30pm
Thursday 8am to 3.15pm
F
riday 8am to 8.50am, 12.15pm
Saturday 1.30pm to 3.50pm
Sunday 1pm to 3.50pm

Kokoda Memorial Pools
41 Wellington St,
Mundingburra
P: (07) 4725 5357
Web: http://www.townsville.qld.gov.au/facilities/swimming/Pages/kokoda.aspx

Kokoda Memorial Pool is a new family-friendly, year-round aquatic facility. It is now to open to the public following a major $5 million redevelopment, funded by Townsville City Council in partnership with the Queensland Government.  The centre includes a heated and shaded 25m program pool, children's aquatic playground, a café and public amenities. The pool offers a mix of recreational activities, learn to swim classes, lap swimming and warm water aerobic activities.

A walk-in entry ramp provides easy access for all ages. Leisure pools and shaded BBQ areas provide year-round fun for the whole family.

 

Long Tan Pools
Lindeman Avenue
Heatley
P: (07) 4725 1573
Web:  http://www.townsville.qld.gov.au/facilities/swimming/Pages/longtan.aspx

 

Northern Beaches  Leisure Centre

4 pools with plenty of shade
50m, eight lane pool
Heated programs pool
Beach pool with play features
Fenced Toddler pool
Kiosk with swimming merchandise and food and beverage 
Change rooms with toilets and showers (disability access)
BBQ and picnic tables
Grassy recreation area
Plenty of on-site parking

Programs

North Shore Swim School
Water babies from 6 months of age
Learn to Swim Levels
Junior Squad

Aqua Aerobics classes are available
​Web:  http://www.townsville.qld.gov.au/facilities/swimming/Pages/NorthenBeaches.aspx

 

The Riverway Lagoons
Riverway Drive
Kirwan

The Riverway Lagoons cover an area in size of more than three Olympic swimming pools. The lagoons are nestled among shady raintrees, with the picturesque Ross River providing a peaceful backdrop. The surrounding well established raintrees, together with the extensive overhangs of the Riverway Arts Centre roof and additional shade structures, provide a protected year-round safe swimming environment.

The two distinct lagoon areas vary in depth up to 2m. The upper lagoon is designed for more formal uses, including an area for swimming laps and specific areas for disabled and elderly access, with hand rails and suitable water levels. The lower lagoon is more relaxed and is an ideal place for the kids build sand castles and play in shallow water while the rest of the family can lounge on the timber decks in the shade.
Web:  http://www.townsville.qld.gov.au/facilities/swimming/Pages/riverwaylagoons.aspx