Carnarvon Aquatic Centre FAQ

Question 1      Where is the Carnarvon Aquatic Centre and what is their contact number?

Question 2      When is the Carnarvon Aquatic Centre season open?

Question 3      What facilities does the Carnarvon Aquatic Centre offer?

Question 4      Are there any qualified swimming instructors?

Question 5      Can we book the Aquatic Centre for birthday parties?

Question 6      What are the prices for entry or seasonal passes?

Question 7      Is there lap swimming?

Question 8      Can I leave my kids at the pool on their own?

Question 9      What is the minimum age for a child to be admitted without adult supervision?

Questions 10 Can my children under the age of 10 go in the pool or can I leave my child at the pool in the care of kids aged 10 - 17 years of age?

 

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Question 1      Where is the Carnarvon Aquatic Centre and what is their contact number?

The Carnarvon Aquatic Centre is located at 21 Babbage Island Rd, Morgantown WA 6701, opposite the Carnarvon Police Station. The car park entrance is located next to the skate park and is easily accessible.

Contact (08) 9941 1415 during open hours or the Shire Office on (08) 9941 000

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Question 2      When is the Carnarvon Aquatic Centre season open?

The Centre typically opens at the beginning of the September/October school holidays and closes at the end of the April school holidays.

The opening times are:

  • Monday – Friday: 10am – 6pm
  • Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: 10am – 5pm
  • Closed: Christmas Day & Good Friday

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Question 3      What facilities does the Carnarvon Aquatic Centre offer?

The Carnarvon Aquatic Centre offers the following:

  • A 6 lane 50M pool with a max depth of 1.52M
  • A toddlers pool with a max depth of 0.3M
  • A shaded playground
  • Disabitiy entry to 50m pool
  • Shaded Grass areas and picnic tables
  • Kiosk

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Question 4      Are there any qualified swimming instructors?

Yes, the Aquatic Centre is a Royal Life Saving Society endorsed swim school, all swimming instructors are fully qualified, and their qualifications are updated or refreshed on a regular basis.  Please enquire at the Carnarvon Aquatic Centre about the Swim School, Vac Swim, In Term Swimming, and other group sessions.  Call in or phone (08) 9941 1415 during open hours.

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Question 5      Can we book the Aquatic Centre for birthday parties?

Yes, please call the Aquatic Centre for all bookings and requests.  Please note that additional charges may apply.

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Question 6      What are the prices for entry or seasonal passes?
Please note these prices are subject to change at the start of every financial year. Prices above are current as of 2021/22.

Adult Day Tickets

$5.00

Senior Citizen Day Ticket

$3.00

Junior Day Tickets

$3.00

Child (under 4 years –
must be with a PAYING adult supervisor)

Free

 

Spectators

Free

Carers – (must be with person they are
Caring for and must show Companion Card)

Free

 

Family Day Ticket (2 adults, 2 juniors)

$13.00

Adult 10 Day Pass

$39.60

Junior 10 Day Pass

$24.00

Family Season Pass

$520.00

Adult Season Pass

$220.00

Adult Half Season Pass

$130.00

Senior Citizen Season Pass

$120.00

Junior Season Pass

$120.00

Junior Half Season Pass

$59.99

 

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Question 7      Is there lap swimming?

Yes, lap swimming is available to the public from 6am – 8am Monday, Wednesday & Friday.

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Question 8      Can I leave my kids at the pool on their own?

No.  If you bring children to the Aquatic Centre, you are responsible for them.  If you need to leave you need to take the children in your care with you.

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Question 9      What is the minimum age for a child to be admitted without adult supervision?

10 years of age. 

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Questions 10  Can my children under the age of 10 go in the pool or can I leave my child at the pool in the care of kids aged 10 - 17 years of age?

No!  Any child under the age of 10 needs to be accompanied by a responsible person over the age of 18 year and that person must be always in control of the children within their care.

Lifeguards are on duty for the purpose of the safety of all patrons.  Lifeguards are not a child-minding service.  The care of children is the sole responsibility of the parent or the parents’ elected carer over the age of 18.

 

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