Shire of Exmouth logoThe town of Exmouth sits on the tip of the North West Cape in WA’s Gascoyne region, about 1,000km north of Perth. This beautiful resort town is a gateway to the nearby Ningaloo Marine Park boasting coral reefs, colourful fish and migratory whale sharks.

Approximately six nautical miles off the coast of Exmouth lies the largest and fastest-developing artificial reef in the southern hemisphere, King Reef. The reef was purpose built by BHP when decommissioning its Griffin offshore facility. Repurposing six giant steel structures and 49 concrete modules from the facility, 27,000 cubic metres of underwater habitat was formed that is now home to a diverse array of marine life.


Exmouth Pool Calendar of Events

Jul-Sep 2021

JULY-AUGUST: Pool Closed 


  • Swim for Fruit Term 4 
  • Sep 14th & 15th - Bronze Medallion course
  • Sep 16th - Exmouth Day (free entry, inflatable and cake)
  • Sep 17th - Water Safety Talk at Exmouth Primary School
  • Sep 18th - Pool Season Opener 'Have a Go' Day (water polo, synchro and lifesaving)

Oct-Dec 2021


  • START course for teachers


  • Term 4 swimming lessons
  • Nov 7th - Talent Pool Splash Day


  • Swimming lessons continue
  • Community Christmas BBQ Pool Party with lifesaving activities

Jan-Mar 2022


  • Holidays Movie Night
  • VacSwim program
  • January 9th - Talent Pool Splash Day


  • Bronze Medallion course
  • Talent Pool - School First Aid course


  • School Swimming & Lifesaving Carnival
  • March 13th - Talent Pool Splash Day

Apr-Jun 2022


  • End of Season pool party with lifesaving events

MAY-JUNE: Pool Closed

Paltridge Memorial Swimming Pool

Exmouth Swim School is a Royal Life Saving WA Endorsed Swim School, offering the best in aquatic education through the Swim and Survive program. Learn more at the link below.

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Three children by the pool with Swim and Survive bags


BHP principle community partner logo

Principal Community Partner BHP has been supporting Royal Life Saving WA programs in several regional and remote communities across WA since 2003.

These programs aim to ensure that all Western Australians have the awareness, skills and knowledge required to participate in a range of aquatic activities.

Learn more about this successful partnership at the link below.

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