Kwinana

City of Kwinana logoThe City of Kwinana is within the Perth Metropolitan Area, around 38km south of the Perth CBD. Kwinana is an Aboriginal word meaning ‘young woman’ or ‘pretty maiden’. The area was named after the SS Kwinana which was wrecked on Cockburn Sound in 1922 and blown onto the beach now known as Kwinana beach.

Kwinana is home to BHP’s new nickel sulphate plant, the first of its kind in Australia, which recently produced its first nickel sulphate crystals. The refinery is expected to produce 100,000 tonnes per year when fully operational, enough to make 700,000 electric vehicle batteries each year.

 

Kwinana Recquatic Calendar of Events

Jul-Sep 2021

JULY

  • Swimming lessons
  • Swim for Fruit program

AUGUST

  • Bronze Medallion course

Oct-Dec 2021

OCTOBER

  • Provide First Aid course

NOVEMBER

  • Term 4 swimming lessons
  • Swim for Fruit program
  • November 27th - Talent Pool Splash Day 1-4pm

DECEMBER

  • Water Safety Talks at school
  • Swimming lessons continue
  • Talent Pool: Provide First Aid course
  • Community Christmas BBQ Pool Party with lifesaving activities

Jan-Mar 2022

JANUARY

  • January 7th - Talent Pool Splash Day

FEBRUARY

  • Talent Pool: Modulated Bronze Medallion course

Apr-Jun 2022

APRIL

  • Talent Pool: Provide First Aid course x2

MAY

  • Talent Pool: Provide First Aid course

JUNE

  • June 25th - Talent Pool Splash Day 1-4pm

 


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Kwinana Swim School @ the Recquatic

Kwinana Recquatic is a Royal Life Saving WA Endorsed Swim School, offering the best in aquatic education through the Swim and Survive program. Programs offered include Swim and Survive, Infant Aquatics and Bronze Rescue and Junior Lifeguard club.
Learn more at the link below.

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Swim instructor with four children floating on pool noodles

 

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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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