Five swim instructors by the pool at Carnarvon

Carnarvon Swim School providing vital education

Carnarvon Swim School is making a splash in the local community, providing vital swimming and water safety education.

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Three girls holding Swim and Survive bags at Exmouth Pool

Season opener brings community to Exmouth Pool

Royal Life Saving WA is pleased to have been able to assist with the recent season opener at Exmouth Pool.

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Exmouth parents and carers attending a Heart Beat Club course

Exmouth parents learn valuable lifesaving skills

Parents and carers in the Exmouth community enjoyed a Heart Beat Club course delivered by Royal Life Saving WA Community Trainer Gayle Cruden.

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Students in a classroom standing with a Swim and Survive banner

Exmouth children learn to be water smart

Royal Life Saving WA is excited about the positive relationships being built in the community of Exmouth, as we work to ensure children and families there have access to important swimming and water safety education.

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Georgia Eaton and Pida Bule-Turner at the Murchison Expo

 Expo showcases employment opportunities for Murchison youth

Staff from Royal Life Saving WA travelled to Meekatharra to participate in the Murchison Youth, Health and Employment Expo.

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Exmouth Pool

 Exmouth joins the Royal Life Saving team

Royal Life Saving WA is excited to welcome the Exmouth Swim School to our team of Endorsed Swim Schools across the state.

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Kylie Parker with Geraldton SNUGGLES group

 New Keep Watch presenter for Geraldton

Royal Life Saving WA Keep Watch Ambassador Kylie Parker has recently become a presenter for the Keep Watch team, working in her hometown of Geraldton.

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Images of fruit and children enjoying swimming lessons

Wiluna children enjoy swimming fun

Children in the remote Mid-West community of Wiluna recently enjoyed a range of fun swimming activities.

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A heart beat club presentation with two women by a computer screen, one holding a baby

 Tiny heartbeats saving lives in Geraldton

Kylie Parker has responded to the drowning death of her son Jake by working in the Geraldton community to save other children's lives!

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Four girls from Geraldton girls academy with an instructor demonstrating on a CPR manikin by the pool

 Lifesaving skills for Geraldton girls

Year 10's from Geraldton Girls Academy participated in an Extended Bronze Medallion program as part of the Ausport 'Move It Aus - Participation' program.

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Burringurrah children with their swimming certificates at their local pool

 Burringurrah children enjoy swimming success

A group of Burringurrah school children had an opportunity to take part in two weeks of swimming lessons, making amazing progress with their swimming skills!

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four young Aboriginal boys standing next to Pool Attendant at Burringurrah community pool

 Bronze success for Burringurrah local

Local Burringurrah resident Terry Riley, who is the grounds keeper at the Burringurrah Community Pool, completed his Bronze Medallion qualification.

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Swim Instructor Marianne Mallard smiling from the edge of swimming pool

  Talent Pool success in Geraldton

Congratulations to Talent Pool success story, Marianne Mallard, who secured a permanent part-time position as a pool lifeguard and swimming instructor at Geraldton Aquarena.

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two Burringurrah boys at the local pool

 Swimming success for Burringurrah children

Term one swimming lessons at Royal Life Saving WA's remote aboriginal swimming pool in Burringurrah saw some amazing results achieved by the local children.

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two young Aboriginal boys from Burringurrah

 Police visit Burringurrah for a community celebration

Senior police, Royal Life Saving staff and the local community gathered at the Burringurrah Remote Aboriginal Swimming Pool for the Burringurrah Community and Service Providers Pool Party.

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kids from Mullewa and Geraldton at a local swimming pool

 Mid West kids lap up Go for 2&5 message

Children in Geraldton and Mullewa enjoyed Swim and Survive lessons during term four as part of the Go for 2&5 Swim for Fruit program.

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