Water Sport Activities for Kids in the South & South East Suburbs

the Adelaide Region, South Australia (SA)

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Blackwood Fitness
There is one reason why you should choose Blackwood Fitness: We are Adelaide’s lowest-priced, full-facility, 24-hour gym. It’s easy to see why people all over the city are getting excited about us. At Blackwood Fitness, we take pride in our facilities, and in our services. Our fitness centre is a core element of the Blackwood and districts community.
ProSwim
ProSwim offers swimming lessons for babies, children and adults in a safe and comfortable environment. Our friendly, experienced and qualified instructors look forward to teaching children and adults to swim. We ensure that lessons are enjoyable, and fun for those who attend. ProSwim also offers public swimming and Aqua classes.

210 Main Road, Blackwood, SA 5051

Blackwood Fitness Swim school offers a range of lessons for children aged 6 months and older. We aim to provide a service that is a positive and fun environment for children to learn how to swim. All our instructors are AUSTSWIM qualified and are passionate about teaching children to swim. We have online bookings available 24/7 on our website. We look forward in seeing you soon.
Score 4 from 1 review(s)

443 Morphett Road, Oaklands Park, SA 5046

Diving South Australia (DSA) is the peak body for diving in South Australia. It is an incorporated, not-for-profit organisation and is governed by its Board. Our Mission is: To promote fun, challenges, health, personal development and achievement through the sport of diving in a safe inclusive environment from recreational through to elite level.
Diving SA

07-05-2014

My son loved his come n try including the walk up to 10m. He cant wait to start weekly lessons.

443 Morphett Rd, Oaklands Park, SA 5046

Water Polo South Australia (WPSA) is the governing body of Water Polo in South Australia, and is affiliated with the national body (Water Polo Australia). The Association was established in 1951 as the South Australia Amateur Water Polo Association, though Water Polo competitions were recorded as early as 1939. In the early years, the Association was a part of the then South Australian Amateur Swimming Association. Like the Australian Association, SA Water Polo broke away from direct control ...
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