We Are Open: Reminder On Restrictions

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We are so glad to have our four pools open to the community again! Kendall, Laurieton, Port Macquarie and Wauchope are open for casual lap swimming, aqua aerobics and swimming lessons (Port & Wauchope only) however, there are a few restrictions due to the NSW Government COVID-Safe guidelines.

VACCINATION
Everyone aged 16 years and over must have had both shots of your COVID-19 vaccine to attend our pools. This includes both using the facility for lap swimming, aqua aerobics, and accompanying children to swimming lessons. You will need to show proof at reception and provide it on request from authorised law enforcement officers.

If you’re not fully vaccinated you may not visit us at this time. If you have a child enrolled in swimming lessons you will need to make arrangements for a fully vaccinated adult to accompany them to their lessons. Alternatively, you can cancel out of classes or make use of make-ups when rules change again in December. Unfortunately, we cannot hold places and therefore we will not be able to guarantee your child a spot in the program when you become vaccinated or when restrictions ease.

Don’t forget our other Covid Safe Conditions of Entry:

Checking In
It is a requirement to check in on the NSW QR Code. Please show your Green Tick to staff at entry.

Mask Wearing
All members and guests over the age of 13 will be required to wear a mask while in the Centre unless you are swimming or are doing strenuous exercise.

Good Hygiene
Social distancing and hygiene measures must be adhered to when visiting the Centre. Remember to always use a towel and wipe down equipment before and after use.

Stay home if you are unwell
If you are unwell; or if you are not permitted to attend under the current health orders, please do not attend.

Follow Team Member Advice
All members and guests are required to follow the direction of our staff or any law enforcement officer.

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