Snorkeling & Scuba Diving activities for kids in Peel Island (4184)

the Moreton Bay region, Queensland

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Snorkeling & Scuba Diving - greater than 5km from Peel Island

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73 Lyndon Rd, Alexandra Hills, QLD 4161 Located in or around Peel Island

Shapland Swim Schools provide semi private classes of three, and teach our unique Swim in Five process. Classes are conducted in a specialized teaching pool which has been developed over the past 64 years. This successful formula, combined with experienced, caring and Industry qualified teachers, and a friendly, warm environment ensures everyone can learn to swim with ease and confidence. Our schools feature:Semi-private swim classes of three All teachers hold a Blue Card Heated enclosed pools Parents ...
Cleveland Aquatic Centre
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Learn to Swim •Year round program, designed to provide steady progress in both swimming and survival skills •Start from 6 months to adults for all abilities •Indoor heated pool (32 degrees), with Changerooms and baby change tables •Outdoor 25m heated pool (29 degrees) •Austswim Qualified Instructors •Program provides both strong water safety and stroke technique We believe swimming is a life skill and requires time, care, practice and regular commitment.

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St Rita's Primary School, Benfer Road, Victoria Point, QLD 4165 Located in or around Peel Island

Martial Arts Training and Self Defence. Great fitness and discipline for all ages. Hapkido is the art and science of self defence. It combines a powerful arsenal of kicks and punches, with thrusts, sweeps and a combination of hard and soft hand techniques. Throws and wrist and joint locks are also a feature of Hapkido. Hapkido is based on three principles and through the knowledge of these, an opponents force can be used against them. This makes Hapkido truly a form of Self Defence that everyone ...
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