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Keep Watch at Public Pools

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Prevent your child from drowning

Please note that lifeguards are not babysitters.

  • You are responsible for your children at all times
  • Children aged 0-5 years and non-swimmers must be accompanied by a parent/guardian, who must maintain continuous supervision and remain within arm's reach
  • Children 6-10 years and weak swimmers must be accompanied by a parent/guardian, who must be close, monitor and maintain constant visual contact and be prepared to assist children if needed
  • Children aged 11-14 years must be accompanied by a parent/guardian, who must maintain constant visual contact
  • Children 11 years and older may be non-swimmers or weak swimmers and parental supervision should be not restricted by age in these circumstances.

For further details on keep watch at public pools visit Royal Life Saving Society - Australia

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