Sun, 8 Jan 2023,
posted by City of Sydney
We are excited to welcome our families back to the City of Sydney GOswim program in 2023. Learn to Swim classes will re-commence from Monday 16 January.
For existing GOswim members, your enrolment will automatically carry over into the new year, so there is no need to re-book, your spot remains secured.
Your re-occoring direct debit payment will also re-commence on it's regular day from the week commencing 16 January.
We look forward to welcoming our GOswim participants back into the water this year.
Have a question for our team?
Not enrolled in GOswim lessons, and interested in learning more?
If you'd like to learn more about swimming lessons and the GOswim program at our centre, you can or to chat with our team.
Important information for parents of Pre-school 1 level children
As of the 16 January, parents are required to be in the water with their child aged 3 to 4 in a Pre-School 1 class.
January 26 Public Holiday
There will be no lessons running on Thursday 26 January, 2023 For families wth lessons on Thursday, your next direct debit will be reduced to 50% of the regular fortnightly amount.
Our pools across Sydney will remain open for recreational swimming on the public holiday, and GOswim participants can enjoy FREE access outside their lesson time. Please refer to opening hours listed on our website.
Meet one of our learn to swim teachers, Isabella. She highlights the importance of water safety and shares her experience about becoming a swim teacher.
Looking for something to do this school holidays? Whether it is aqua play to wave pools for the kids, trendy cafe's or just a place to relax and recharge, there's something for everyone these school holidays. .
Active Kids and First Lap vouchers
Click on one of the links below to find out if you are eligible for a NSW Government voucher to put towards your child's swimming lessons.
The City's Leisure and Aquatic Centres are partnered with Royal Life Saving's “Keep Watch at Public Pools Program” to protect and safeguard children and young people, so they can swim safely and supervised at all times.
For more information about the program, visit website before attending for your next swim to better understand your role in the active supervision of your child or family member.