Swimming Lessons
Level Progression

Find the right swim level.​

Are you a Starfish, Periwinkle, Minnow, Tadpoles, Goldfish, Flying Fish, Octopus, Sardine. Salmon, Tuna, Dolphin or Shark? Please contact the centre for assistance if needed.

Infant (6 months - 3 years)

Starfish / Periwinkle / Minnow

Introduce your little one to the water in the safe surrounds of an Infants’ class. Available to babies as young as six months, this class is ideal for any parent who wants their baby or toddler to learn to swim early and gain water safety skills for life.

The program will provide education for parent/carers about aquatic environments, swimming and water safety.

Preschool (3 - 5 years)

Tadpoles

Our beginner Preschool level, where swimmers will learn water safety and familiarisation, buoyancy and floatation, body position and rotation, and build confidence around water.

Goldfish

Our middle Preschool level, where swimmers will learn water safety, underwater skills, entries and exits, be introduced to basic stroke development.

Flying Fish

Our advanced Preschool level, where swimmers will be working to consolidate basic stroke techniques. As well as learning advanced survival strokes.

School Age (5 years and above)

Octopus

Our beginner School aged level, where swimmers will learn water safety and familiarisation, buoyancy and floatation, body position and rotation, and build confidence around water.

Sardine

Swimmers will learn water safety, underwater skills, entries and exits, be introduced to basic stroke development.

Salmon

Swimmers will work on consolidating basic stroke techniques. As well as learning advanced survival strokes.

Tuna

Swimmers will continue to develop stroke techniques, and work on extending distance swims. Swimmers will also be introduced to advanced stroke techniques.

Dolphin

Swimmers with continue to develop advanced strokes, working on full stroke techniques. 

Shark

Our advanced School aged level, where swimmers will work to consolidate advanced stroke techniques with stroke corrections. Swimmers will also be introduced to completion skills.