Our Program

Eurobodalla Pools have partnered with Royal Life Saving to provide the community with the Swim and Survive program.

This program has been updated to align with the recently released National Swimming and Water Safety framework. Swim and Survive is a comprehensive swimming and water safety initiative that seeks to increase swimming and water safety skills of all Australian children to prevent drowning and increase participation in safe aquatic activity.

Learn to swim, swimming lessons and infant aquatics are all terms commonly used across the aquatic industry for swimming skills programs. Swim and Survive is all of these, but most importantly it ensures essential components of personal survival and water safety are provided, in addition to a process of developing strong and effective swimming techniques.

Class Levels

Eurobodalla Pools offer a variety of class levels to suit your swimming needs. Our swim program’s structure ensures a balanced, comprehensive instructional approach to your child’s aquatic education.


Swim and Survive for infants and toddlers. A water familiarisation program for parents and their children aged 12-36 months.


Swim and Survive for pre-schoolers. A program that builds water confidence for children aged 3-5 years.

School Age

Swim and Survive for primary. A swimming and water safety program for children aged 5-14 years.

Adult Lessons

Swim and Survive for teens and adults. Whether you have never swum before, or want to improve breathing and stroke technique, we have classes available for all skill levels.

Access and Inclusion

One-on-one small group classes available on request.


Lesson typePrice (incl. GST)
Swimming Lesson per class$17.00
School Swimming Lesson per class$7.00

Frequently Asked Questions

Swimmers can join at any point during the year. Payments will commence once a swimmer has begun sessions and will align with our fortnightly debiting cycle.

If your child is sick, you can complete a make-up lesson on another day/time. A minimum 2 hours’ notice of student’s lesson. Students have 5 make up lessons per semester, they do not carry over each semester and there are no refunds for non-attendance of lessons and must be used within the current semester.

Classes are graded based on the child’s swimming ability. If your children are at the same level, they will be able to be in the same class. However, if their ability differs, they will be graded accordingly.

We will always try to accommodate our customers requests, but we will not be able to meet all requests because of class availability.

Levels 1, 2, and 3 are the only classes that can be used for both preschool and school aged children. 1PL, 2PL, 3PL for pre-schoolers or 1SL, 2SL, 3SL for school aged children.

No, we don’t do trial lessons, but we have the option to change your child’s class if the class level is too easy or too hard.

Yes, you need to stay in the centre in case your child needs you.

  1. Children should not be allowed entry unless under active supervision of a parent or carer 16 years of age or older.
  2. Children aged 0-5 years and non-swimmers – parents/carers must be in the water and stay within arms’ reach of their
    child(ren) at all times.
  3. Children aged 6-10 years – parents/carers must be close, maintain constant visual contact and be prepared to enter the water at any time.
  4. Children aged 11-14 years – parents/carers are to maintain visual contact.
  5. Parents/carers should give the child(ren) in their care all of their attention, stay close to them and Keep Watch continuously.

Yes, this class is called Little Wonders 01.

All children under 2 years of age need to wear a special swim nappy whilst using pools at Eurobodalla Pools.

Children should have swimmers they are used to wearing and feel comfortable and confident wearing. Goggles are good for protecting eyes from the chlorine, but they can take time away from lessons when not fitted properly. Children should practice wearing goggles before they start lessons.

Yes, you can subject to availability. You can change your child’s permanent booking at any time by calling the centre or speaking with the Swim Captain on duty at the centre.

Our instructors have a very brief window between your class and their next, so it is best to find the swim school captain. This ensures that you receive the time required to discuss any questions you might have. Asking our instructors directly may eat into your or another child’s valuable lesson time.

You are welcome to change times or instructors at any point throughout a session. We understand that schedules change, and sometimes rearranging lessons is part of that. Please be mindful that changing times or instructors is dependent on yours or an instructor’s availability or class vacancies.

Please contact us via email at moruyaswimcentre@alignedleisure.com.au