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Council’s Leisure and Aquatic Centres are facilities designed to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all members of the community. To ensure a positive customer experience for all, the below terms and conditions are required to be adhered to by all centre users.
Canterbury Bankstown Leisure & Aquatics - Terms & Conditions of EntryCanterbury Bankstown Leisure & Aquatics - Centre Rules View the Terms and Conditions if you are an organisation wanting to hire or use Council's Leisure and Aquatic Centres to run activities or programs for your customers or members.
Canterbury Bankstown Leisure & Aquatics - Terms & Conditions of Entry
Canterbury Bankstown Leisure & Aquatics - Centre Rules
View the Terms and Conditions if you are an organisation wanting to hire or use Council's Leisure and Aquatic Centres to run activities or programs for your customers or members.
We maintain a clean and safe environment for you to enjoy your time at the pools. Clothing, other than approved swimwear, in our pools creates problems for water quality and pool filtration systems.
This poses a safety risk to all participants. Please follow our swimwear policy in the interest of public health and safety. Management reserves the right to remove members of the public from the water if the policy is breached.
Below you will see what swimwear is accepted and what swimwear you cannot wear.
Please see the image to the right for some visual examples of the swimwear that you can wear within our centres.
The Canterbury Bankstown Leisure & Aquatic Centres are committed to providing a safe and enjoyable experience for all customers, in particular children.
Council's Leisure and Aquatic Centres are all partners of Royal Life Saving NSW' Keep Watch @ Public Pools Program. Children 14 years and under are not allowed entry unless under active supervision by a person 18 years or older.Parents and guardians must actively supervise their children at all times and be dressed ready to enter a pool. For 0–5 year olds and non-swimmers, a parent or guardian needs to be in the water at all times and within arms' reach of the child. It is best if you are engaging with your child i.e. playing with them, talking to them. All under 5's will be issued with a wrist band upon entry regardless of whether they are attending the centres for Swim School or casual swimming. Wrist bands highlight this age groups to Lifeguards as high risk and in need of close parental supervision.Constant active supervision is required for children aged 6–10 years. Parents and carers must be prepared to enter the water with this age group.For youth aged 11–14 years it is recommended that parents regularly check on their child by physically going to where they are in or around the water.
Council's Leisure and Aquatic Centres are all partners of Royal Life Saving NSW' Keep Watch @ Public Pools Program.