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December 11, 2019

Now’s the most important time to make sure your children feel confident in the water. Give your child the best opportunity to be safe by enrolling in our summer swimming holiday programs! We are offering classes for our Jellyfish, Seahorse, Platypus, Angelfish, Stingray, Dolphin, Shark and Croc across two programs, Summer Starter and Carnival Clinics.

Summer Starter:

Learn To Swim levels: Jellyfish, Seahorse, Platypus, Angelfish, Stingray
Duration: 30-minute lessons
Times: offered in the mornings 8am – 12pm (please call us to confirm the times)
Dates: Monday 13th January – Friday 17th January and Monday 20th January – Friday 24th January

Carnival Clinics:

Learn To Swim levels: Dolphin, Shark, Croc
Duration: 60-minute lesson
Class size: 8 students
Times: offered in the mornings 8am – 12pm (please call us to confirm the times)
Dates: Monday 13th January – Friday 17th January and Monday 20th January – Friday 24th January

To book your child in enquire online here or give us a call on:

South Rockhampton: (07) 4922 1981


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December 11, 2019

We asked you to share your favourite BlueFit Swimming moment on Instagram or Facebook and tag BlueFit Swimming or use the hashtag #LiveToSwim for your chance to win.

Choosing a winner was not easy but the winner taking home a Red Balloon voucher valued at $500 goes to Made For Madison!


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December 11, 2019

The holidays are just around the corner, we hope you have a safe and fun-filled break!

Last lessons for the year for South Rockhampton will be on Sunday 22nd December 2019 and we will re-open on Friday 3rd January 2020.

Last lessons for the year for Gracemere and Mount Morgan will be on Sunday 15th December 2019 and we will re-open on Tuesday 28th January 2020.

During the break you will not be charged for any lessons, this break also includes all squad sessions. Please remember that during the break you are welcome to bring the children for a free swim with a full paying adult, to ensure they continue to develop their skills.

BlueFit Swimming wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We look forward to seeing you back for another year of swimming in 2020.


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November 13, 2019

GIVEAWAY TIME!

Share your favourite BlueFit Swimming moment on Instagram or Facebook and tag @BlueFitSwimming or use the hashtag #LiveToSwim for your chance to WIN!

By entering our giveaway you will go into the draw to WIN a Red Balloon voucher valued at $500! Use your voucher for a weekend getaway, indoor sky-diving, theme parks, fine dining and more!

Think about it, you could have your family’s next mini vacation on us.

Entries close November 30th 2019. To read all of our terms and conditions please click here.


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November 13, 2019
Superhero Safety Week starts Monday 18th November!

Safety Week is upon us, and this year BlueFit Swimming are asking students to come dressed up as their favourite Superhero!

Safety Week is an important initiative that takes place during your regular swimming lessons. Within the lesson there will be a focus on water safety skills such as floating, survival sequences, treading water, survival strokes and basic rescue techniques.

We encourage all students to bring shorts and t-shirts to swim in during their swimming lesson. Infants are encouraged to wear a t-shirt, parents and caregivers are also encouraged to wear a shirt. This creates a real life scenario, if your child is in an accident they will be in clothes. We want to ensure your child is prepared and safe this summer.

Don’t be alarmed by the changes, these skills are simply to offer additional focus on water safety and education in a fun environment. In the end we want to provide the best possible water safety outcomes for your child. Safety week provides us with the opportunity to focus on skills which could ultimately save a child’s life.

We will also be giving out prizes for the best dressed students! We look forward to seeing our little superheros!

What is Safety Week?

Safety Week is an important initiative that takes place during your regular swimming lessons. During Safety Week students will learn various safety skills. We encourage all parents to bring clothes their child can swim in to enhance the quality of learning.

Why is Safety Week Important?

The Royal Life Saving annual drowning report sadly recorded 276 people lost their lives due to drowning in 2019. As one of Australia’s largest swim school providers, we feel BlueFit has the responsibility to our communities to deliver a service that not only emphasises the importance of learning to swim, but also the skills to be safe and aware in and around water.

Safety week provides us with the opportunity to include additional skills into the swimming program which could ultimately save a child’s life.

What do you need to bring?

All preschool and school age children need to bring shorts and t-shirts to swim in during their swimming lesson. All infants and parents or care givers need to both bring a t-shirt to wear during swimming lessons.

This is imperative as we simulate swimming in clothing and what swimming techniques could help save your child’s life.

For more information about the program contact enquiries@bluefitswimming.com.au or please give us a call or speak to one of our friendly staff at the centre.

South Rockhampton: (07) 4922 1981
Mount Morgan: (07) 4938 1500
Gracemere: (07) 4933 2662


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October 2, 2019

We are looking for fun and vibrant people to join the BlueFit team! We have positions available in our swim school team.

Whether you are an experienced industry professional or looking for a careers change, we have jobs available for the right personalities. As a service-based industry, it’s important that you are outgoing and friendly with a strong work ethic! We would love to expand our BlueFit Family, so if you think this could be you please visit our recruitment website.


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September 26, 2019

Did you know that 276 lost their lives to drowning in Australia last year?

As we head into warmer weather let’s work together to keep our children safe. Please make sure you actively supervise your children at the Centre. That means being in the water with them if they are under 5 or weak swimmers. For older children please watch them at all times and avoid distractions such as mobile phones.

Below are prevention strategies of drowning from Royal Life Saving:

  • Active supervision by parents or carers of children
  • Be aware of pre-existing medical conditions
    and physical limitations
  • Understand the possible adverse effects of
    medications
  • Follow safety rules displayed around the pool area
  • Follow directions issued by staff and lifeguards
  • Inform a lifeguard if a non-swimmer, or of any
    relevant medical conditions
  • Learn swimming and water safety skills (find out about our BlueFit Swimming program here)

You can see Royal Life Saving’s 10 Year Analysis on Drowning here for more information.


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September 10, 2019

With the warmer weather on its way, it’s important to remind parents how learning to swim is a life skill as drowning is one of the leading causes of death in children aged 0-4yrs old.

Choosing the right swim school for your child is as important as learning how to swim, not only does it provide great health benefits but it equips children with a skill for life! It increases children’s knowledge and skills for water safety and allows them to enjoy swimming safely.

BlueFit Swimming offers an industry-leading learn to swim program for babies through to adults. Enrol now in our program and ensure your child is swim-ready for Summer

If you have any questions about our swimming programs, be sure to click here!


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August 19, 2019

To celebrate Book Week (17th August – 23rd August) we are sharing with you BlueFit Swimming’s Kids Book Pack Giveaway!

On the 17th of August, we will be sharing the details on how to win so make sure you have liked our BlueFit Swimming Facebook page to find out how to enter to win our prize pack valued at over $200.

Good luck and we look forward to announcing our winner!