Guest Dave & Carole

Swimming lessons

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    Guest Dave & Carole

    Now we are all settled & getting back to normal life - haha - I want to find swimming lessons for the children. I know they do them at Noarlunga swimming pool, but am I right in thinking that there are lots of other places that do them at 'swim schools' ? Any recommendations. Don't have a problem with Noarlunga just wanted options to sort best times\days.

     

    We are in Hallett Cove so anywhere south of city (within reason) would be good.

     

    Thanks

    Carole

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    Guest Bodie

    Hi Carole. My two go to Blue Dolphin in Happy Valley. Small classes. Great atmosphere. Two purpose built pools. It has suited my kids perfectly.

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    Hi

     

    My kids used to have lessons at Noarlunga....nothing wrong with them at all. But then i looked into Blue Dolphin and gave them a try. IMO...much better.....

     

    My boys have been going there now for a couple of yeaers...and they have come on so well. Much more of a personal touch there than Noarlunga...really look at each child individually.

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    Guest Nat

    State swim at Morphett Road is a great swim school. Only 10-15 mins away from hallett cove.

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    Guest Trakki

    Mine have just started (today) at blue Dolphin and after 1 lesson, Jack (8) who was not too happy about the water and adament that he didn't want to go loved it. WOuld recommend them.

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    Guest wilko77

    Hi all,

     

    Vacswim is a massive program that most Aussies learn to swim at:

    http://www.vacswimsa.com/

     

    It's cheap because it's subsidised by the Government but very well organised.

     

    Places fill up quickly.

     

    I work with the ladies that run this and I know it is an excellent program.

     

    Hope this helps,

     

    Jamie

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    Guest guest569
    Hi all,

     

    Vacswim is a massive program that most Aussies learn to swim at:

    http://www.vacswimsa.com/

     

    It's cheap because it's subsidised by the Government but very well organised.

     

    Places fill up quickly.

     

    I work with the ladies that run this and I know it is an excellent program.

     

    Hope this helps,

     

    Jamie

     

     

    isn't vacswim a vacation swim ??? We do vacswim every summer hol at the beach early january.

    I would also recomend stateswim.Our local one is seaford.

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    Guest Dave & Carole

    Thanks everyone - so much to choose from - shall now start phoning around

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    We have been using Blue Dolphin, have been happy enough, but be aware, there is only ONE make-up lesson allowed per term, unless you have a doctors certificate, which is not the same at state swim.

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