Tag Search - 'Park'

Tag Search - 'Park'

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Reach Rescue BEFORE Jumping In!

Reach Rescue BEFORE Jumping In!

Fri, 6 Jul 18

Self preservation before performing a rescue!

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Keep Swimming in Winter!

Keep Swimming in Winter!

Fri, 6 Jul 18

Keep swimming in winter....it gets you ready for summer!

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Water Safety Recruitment @ Yeerongpilly TAFE

Water Safety Recruitment @ Yeerongpilly TAFE

Fri, 5 Feb 16

Founding Director and Community Development Manager, Sarah Scarce was pleased to visit Yeerongpilly TAFE on Tuesday 02nd February 2016. She was able to speak to and engage with students in the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) and recruit them as new participants for the upcoming 'Adult Swimming & Water Safety Program' funded by The Brisbane City Council Active Parks Program at Yeornga Pool.

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Thanks Brisbane City Council!

Thanks Brisbane City Council!

Tue, 7 May 13

The Brisbane City Council through its Active Parks Program has been funding a whole lots of multicultural swimming, water safety and aqua aerobics programs all over Brisbane! From Sandgate to Zillmere, Acacia Ridge to Mt Gravatt, Holland Park to QUT Garden Point, Yeronga Pool to Southbank! http://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/whats-on/type/Recreation-programs/active-parks/

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Aqua English Welcomes Acacia Ridge Leisure Centre to its Locations

Aqua English Welcomes Acacia Ridge Leisure Centre to its Locations

Tue, 7 May 13

Attention all Brisbane ladies! Come and join us! Thursday, 11.00am - 12.00pm: Women's Only Swimming Lessons (Indoor Pool with Privacy Blinds) - SOME SPACE LEFT Thursday, 12.00pm - 1.00pm: Women's Only Swimming Lessons (Indoor Pool with Privacy Blinds) - SOME SPACE LEFT Sunday: 9.00am - 10.00am: Women's Only Swimming Lessons (Partial Privacy) - SOME SPACE LEFT Sunday: 10.00am - 10.30am: Women's Only Aqua Aerobics (Partial Privacy) - SOME SPACE LEFT

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The Sudanese Community in Darwin Mourns the Loss of a Five Year Old Who Drowned at a Water Park

The Sudanese Community in Darwin Mourns the Loss of a Five Year Old Who Drowned at a Water Park

Fri, 10 Jun 11

http://www.ntnews.com.au/article /2011/05/03/229411_ntnews.html The Sudanese Community in Darwin is still mourning the loss of a five year old boy who drowned at a water park. Unfortunately, this is another person from a culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background to add to Australia's drowning statistics. The Aqua English Project has been shouting solutions to the increase in CALD drowning statistics for over six years now....how many more deaths before the government decides to listen?

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