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Swim and Survive with Council this summer

October 12, 2015Posted in: Events

With summer just weeks away, Wingecarribee Shire Council and the Royal Life Saving Society of Australia are joining forces to launch a dedicated children’s water swim safety program entitled, ‘Swim and Survive’. Starting Monday 2 November the two-term swim program is aimed at both pre-school and school aged children. Council’s Pools and Facilities Supervisor Laura...

Bowral Pool to open this weekend

October 8, 2015Posted in: Other

Bowral pool

Bowral Swimming Centre will be the first of Council’s outdoor public pools to open for the 2015/16 swim season with gates opening this Saturday 10 October. Bowral’s Swimming Centre’s operating hours will be: Monday to Friday                                      ...

The Hulk set to make a splash at Bowral Pool

January 28, 2015Posted in: Events

Wingecarribee Shire Council is inviting everybody’s favourite green monster and pals including Thor and Iron Man to Bowral Pool – via the silver screen – next Saturday 7 February 2015. The screening of the Marvel team of superheroes will feature as part of Council’s annual Dive-In youth summer film sessions. Presented in conjunction with Wingecarribee...

Council launches Highlands Pool Flippers swim safety program

October 17, 2014Posted in: Events

With summer just weeks away, Wingecarribee Shire Council is set to trial a dedicated children’s water swim safety program entitled, ‘Highlands Pool Flippers’. Starting Saturday 18 October the eight-week program is aimed at 6 to 14 year olds. Council’s Pools and Facilities Supervisor Tannia Andrews explained the concept of the program. “The summer school holidays...

Swim4Fitness at Bowral Swimming Pool

October 14, 2014Posted in: Community

With the weather warming up, Wingecarribee Shire Council is offering free swim classes in time for the summer season for adult swimmers looking to improve their technique. “Swimming is a fantastic way to get outside, get fit and enjoy our Highlands summer,” said Tannia Andrews, Council’s Pools and Facilities Supervisor. “The Swim4Fitness program we’re offering...

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