Leonora

shire of Leonora logoLeonora is a town in the Goldfields region of WA, over 800km north-east of Perth. The town is a two-hour drive north from Kalgoorlie on the Goldfields Highway. 

It was discovered and named by John Forrest in 1869 after his niece, Frances Leonora Hardey. Gold was discovered in the area in 1895 and resulted in the area’s rapid development. The town retains many historic buildings today.

Many Northern Goldfields events are held in Leonora, including the ‘Golden Gift’ event that attracts elite athletes to the town each year over the WA Day long weekend.

Leonora Pool Calendar of Events

Jul-Sep 2021

JULY-AUGUST: Pool Closed 

SEPTEMBER

  • Talent Pool planning

Oct-Dec 2021

OCTOBER

  • Water Safety Talks at school
  • October 4th- Swim for Fruit Term 4 commences
  • Bronze Medallion course

NOVEMBER

  • Term 4 swimming lessons
  • Bronze Medallion course
  • Talent Pool - Bronze Medallion course
  • Talent Pool - Aquatic Trainer course

DECEMBER

  • Talent Pool - Pool Lifeguard course
  • Swimming lessons continue
  • Community Christmas BBQ Pool Party with lifesaving activities

Jan-Mar 2022

JANUARY

  • Holidays Movie Night
  • January 29th - Goldfields Carnival
  • Talent Pool Splash Day - week of 27th Jan

FEBRUARY

  • Bronze Medallion course
  • Swim for Fruit Term 1 commences
  • Talent Pool - Extended Bronze Medallion course (school Term 1 & 2)

MARCH

  • Term 1 Swimming Lessons
  • School Swimming & Lifesaving Carnival
  • March 20th - Talent Pool Splash Day

Apr-Jun 2022

APRIL

  • End of Season pool party with lifesaving events

MAY-JUNE: Pool Closed


Leonora Swimming Pool

Leonora Swimming Pool 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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Swim instructor Nicole Durrant in the pool with Leonora children

 

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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