Learn to Swim lessons
We offer a Learn to Swim program for people of all ages and abilities.
All swim teachers are accredited through Austswim or Royal Life Saving, with classes designed for beginners through to stroke development.
Learn to Swim fees
Learn to Swim lessons are paid by weekly direct debit.
Up to 2 children allowed
Please note bookings roll over from term to term which secures your position. If you decide you wish to cancel your enrolment, we require 30 days' notice in writing via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Active Kids vouchers
We also accept Active Kids vouchers. This will be applied to family credit, and your lesson fees will draw from this before debiting from your account. Please send us your voucher via email at email@example.com
Lesson access with your fob
Every person enrolled in the Learn to Swim program is issued an access fob which provides access to the pool and records their attendance for each lesson.
Forgot your access fob?
If you forget your fob, see our friendly staff to mark your child’s attendance and gain access at the gate. If you lose your fob, these can be replaced for a small fee.
Swimming level assessments
Children over the age of 5 who have some swimming experience may require an assessment to determine the correct level.
You can book an appointment for an assessment via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Assessments can be booked on weekday afternoons from 4.00pm to 5.30pm.
There's a clear and easy pathway between classes that will see your child reach national benchmarks.
Aqua Fitness programs
Aquafit is a program focused on enhancing cardiovascular fitness and muscular endurance. The water adds resistance and support for a great challenge with minimal joint strain.
It doesn’t matter about your age, ability or experience, Aquafit is an inclusive activity suitable for everyone. Aquafit classes are held by our qualified aqua instructors throughout the week at Maitland Indoor Pool.
Sessions go for 60 minutes and bookings are essential.
- Mondays to Fridays
10.00am - 11.00am
Aqua cycling helps with joint support by utilising the water’s buoyancy and provides protection for those who have special medical concerns such as arthritis.
The resistance is created by four paddle wheels and also increasing RPMs through acceleration which is a key part in aquatic conditioning. Additional challenges can be met by a change in seat positions, intervals or power pull techniques.
You must bring and wear your own aqua gym shoes to participate. Sessions go for 30 minutes.
Please note that numbers are limited to ten (10) people per class, and bookings are essential.
Aqua Bikes Timetable
- Mondays to Thursdays
6.30pm - 7.00pm, and 7.00pm - 7.30pm