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Looking for Swimming Lessons?

NT Swim School offer a range of swim lessons and times to suit your schedule.

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Can you Swim?

NT Swim School offer the following classes:

Infant Aquatics / Learn to Swim

Red Emperors

Queen Fish

Adult Swim Classes

Learn to Swim at the Indoor Pool
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Tue
December 6, 2016
 
 

Welcome to NT Swim School!

NT Swim School, previously known as Hollie’s swim school is a privately owned swim school that has been teaching children of all ages for 10 years. The purchase of our second location saw the name change to NT Swim School in 2013. As a dedicated swim school, our number one focus is to ensure your child learns to swim in a safe and fun environment. We're the only swim school in the NT with 2 heated, salt water pools for year round lessons. NT Swim School also offers squad training Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons, as well as Saturday lunch times for children. On Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday evenings, Saturday afternoons and Sunday mornings we offer Adult learn to swim classes for all ages and abilities. NT Swim School is a provider of the NT Water Safety Awareness Program which provides all children under 5 with 4 free swim lessons. To apply head to www.nt.gov.au/watersafety or phone 1300 301 059. NT Swim School also accepts all government Sport Vouchers and Learn to Swim Vouchers, for more information on these vouchers please head to www.sportvoucher.nt.gov.au. Monday and Wednesday lunch time an aqua aerobics class is available for all levels, ages and abilities. The indoor pool is also open for casual swimming, please contact the NT Swim School office for days and times. Also, please note that enrolment forms can be found at here!

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    Darwin Stars - Aqua$6

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    Adult Swim Classes (10 Sessions)$176

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When I go out and race, I'm not trying to beat opponents, I'm trying to beat what I have done ... to beat myself, basically. People find that hard to believe because we've had such a bias to always strive to win things. If you win something and you haven't put everything into it, you haven't actually achieved anything at all. When you've had to work hard for something and you've got the best you can out of yourself on that given day, that's where you get satisfaction from.
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