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    FITNESS CENTRE

    • Mon : 6am - 9.30pm
    • Tues : 6am - 9.30pm
    • Wed : 6am - 9.30pm
    • Thurs : 6am - 9.30pm
    • Fri : 6am - 9.30pm
    • Sat : 7am - 5pm
    • Sun : 7am - 5pm

    POOL

    • Pool hours vary for
    •   - LAP & Recreational swimming
    •   - Hydrotherapy
    •   - Swim Club training
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    COURTS

    • Mon : 9am - 10.30pm
    • Tues : 9am - 10.30pm
    • Wed : 9am - 10.30pm
    • Thurs : 9am - 10.30pm
    • Fri : 9am - 10.30pm
    • Sat : 8am - 1.30pm
    • Sun : 8am - 1.30pm

    STARstore

    • Mon : 8am-1pm & 2pm-5pm
      (CLOSED: 1pm-2pm)
    • Tues : 8am-1pm & 2pm-5pm
      (CLOSED: 1pm-2pm)
    • Wed : 8am-1pm & 2pm-5pm
      (CLOSED: 1pm-2pm)
    • Thurs : 8am-1pm & 2pm-5pm
      (CLOSED: 1pm-2pm)
    • Fri : 8am-1pm & 2pm-5pm
      (CLOSED: 1pm-2pm)
    • Sat : 9am-12noon

    CRECHE

    • Mon: 9am - 12pm 
      + 4.15pm - 6.30pm
    • Tues: 9am - 12pm
    • Wed: 9am - 12pm
    • Thur: 9am - 12pm
      + 4.15pm - 6.30pm
    • Fri: 9am - 12pm
    • Sat: 8.15am - 10.30am
    • Sun: CLOSED

Learn to Swim – Pre-School

Learn to Swim – Pre-School

The STARplex Swim School Pre-school Program is for children aged between 3 and 4 years and is structured to ensure children continue to build their water confidence at a gradual pace while having fun.

The Pre-School Program covers three levels; Goldfish, Jellyfish and Seahorses and is an ideal way for children to learn how to swim and they develop their water safety skills, technique and confidence each week. All participants receive a certificate when they have completed all requirements in each level. Our Austswim and Active Training qualified instructors are highly motivated and sometimes it is hard to tell who is having the most fun! For further information telephone the STARplex Swim Centre on 8522 0685.

  • 7 days per week
  • $17.80/week (direct debit)

Complete our new Ezidebit Request Form and drop into STARplex Reception or the Swim Centre office.

Kid’s Alive Do The Five

Drowning is the greatest cause of accidental death in children under five in Australia. Each week, on average, one child drowns. Let’s put an end to childhood drowning for good.

The new Royal Life Saving National Drowning Report 2016 found that 280 people drowned in Australian waters in 2015/16 – a 5% increase on the 267 drowning deaths recorded last year, with males drowning at a far higher rate than females. See more here…

In 1988 to combat drowning, Laurie Lawrence created the Kids Alive – Do the Five water safety program. The Kids Alive community service program educates the public on five important steps to reduce the risk of preschool drowning – learn more here.

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