Adventure World lifeguards all set to keep guests safe

10 November 2016

With Perth’s much loved theme park Adventure World gearing up for the summer season Royal Life Saving Society WA recently conducted a training session to requalify the park’s lifeguards.Lifeguards at Adventure World practising spinal board techniques by the pool

Adventure World has been a popular summer destination for families since 1982 and prides itself on providing guests with unique and memorable experiences, driven by excellent customer service and ‘pristine presentation standards’ that ensures each visit to the park exceeds expectations.

Lifeguards at Adventure World practising spinal board techniques in the poolAn important part of Adventure World achieving these standards is its focus on the safety of its guests, and the park teams up with Royal Life Saving Society WA to ensure its lifeguards are up to date with all the latest skills and lifeguarding practices ahead of each season. Adventure World also always has a medic on staff while the park is open to the public.

Royal Life Saving Society trainer Eleanor Lee described the team of Adventure World lifeguards she requalified this year as “young and enthusiastic and really looking forward to working together this season.”

The Adventure World team has also shown an interest in taking part in Royal Life Saving’s annual Pool Lifeguard Challenge in February 2017, and we look forward to having them on board and wish them all the best should they get involved!