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What is an experience?

Experiences are opportunities for people to get involved with swimming. An experience can be anything: an ocean race, a pool party, swimming with dolphins. It’s up to you! And they can take place anywhere. In a pool, at the beach or somewhere else. Who can list an experience? If you’re a swimming pool, a council, an event organiser, a swimming club, a surf life saving club, a corporate group, a school or a university, you can create an experience that brings people together in the water.

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Nightcliff Pool is an iconic venue for residents and visitors alike. Located on the picturesque Nightcliff Foreshore, you can take in stunning views over Darwin Harbour and enjoying cool sea breezes. The facility offers a range of programs and activities, including learn-to-swim, swim club training, BBQ and picnic facilities.
Whether you are looking for a fun activity, or wanting to get fit, the SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre has facilities to cater to everyone.

Competition pools and diving platforms are available for the more serious swimmers. The more laid back swimmers can relax in the Leisure pool or try and hone your skills in the Learn to Swim pool.

For families the centre offers many opportunities to parents and children alike. It features a water playground, not only lots of fun it can also help water shy children gain confidence. Kids over 10 will also have a ball on the water slides that are open on weekends.
The Unley Swimming Centre is a sun soaked pool with a nostalgic feel. The outdoor swimming centre has an olympic pool, as well as junior and toddler pools.

The pool is surrounded by the Forrestville Reserve, which means there is even more fun once you're done swimming. It's also just by Goodwood Train Station, so easy to get there via public transport.
The Doone Kennedy Hobart Aquatic Centre offers a great range of programs and activities for all ages, helping you enjoy the benefits of healthy living and a healthy lifestyle.

The centre offers an Olympic-sized pool, a large fully-equipped gym, a wide variety of group fitness and aqua classes, learn to swim lessons, spa, sauna, steam room, child minding and cafe.
Splash Devonport Aquatic and Leisure Centre is proudly managed by Belgravia Leisure on behalf of the Devonport City Council. Officially re-opened in January 2014, the original Aquatic Centre’s outdoor 50 metre pool and waterslide are now complemented by a 25 metre eight-lane indoor swimming pool, an indoor learn to swim/warm water exercise pool with water play features, an outdoor water play splash pad and a fully equipped Health Club with a Gymnasium and a Group Exercise Studio.
Launceston's own piece of wilderness just 15 minutes walk from the city centre.

Here you'll find walking and hiking trails, the world's longest single span chairlift and an amazing swimming pool.
Spiral Beach Queensland is known as one of the best snorkelling beaches in Australia and is perfect for taking in the stunning marine life.
At high tide the soft coral is visible, as the brightly coloured display becomes visible.
Experience a trek to Queensland's most impressive peak and enjoy spectacular view in every direction.

Take the moderately challenging 7.4km return hike and enjoy the picturesque rock pools in the lush gully to cool off.
Fitzroy Pool is one Melbourne's iconic 50-metre outdoor heated pools. The pool is a favourite summer playground for all Melbournians.

It includes an outdoor toddler pool and a spa, sauna and steam room. Fitzroy's facilities also include a gym and group fitness studio.

In the 1990s, amazing community activism saved the pool from closure. Our infamous Aqua Profonda sign is heritage listed, honouring our multicultural history.
Champagne pools gets its name from the waves crashing over the pools forming foam that fizzes and leaves bathers feeling like they're soaking in a splash of sparkling goodness.
Glen Eira Sports and Aquatic Centre (GESAC) is an aquatic centre that includes a 50-metre outdoor pool, 25 metre indoor pool, water slides, leisure pools, gymnasium and a stadium.

It is the first indoor public pool in Glen Eira.
Located in the South Coast, Carrington Falls is the point where the Kangaroo river falls over 50 metres to the waterholes and rockpools below.

The falls offer a picturesque picnic area, also known as Thomas Place where you can take in the stunning scenery of the park.

To earn your lunch, you could tackle any one of the walking tracks that will take you to a number of lookouts to view the waterfalls including the one to Nellies Glen Picnic area. Nellies Glen is where you can bath in rockpools and smaller waterfalls that can be swum under… unlike Carrington, we definitely don’t recommend that.
Winifred Falls are situated in the Royal National Park just 2 hours drive from Sydney and are created by a large seven-metre-high rockshelf that the South West Arm Creek spills over and into the large pool at its base.

There’s a 4km, one way, walk to get to the falls but don’t let that deter you, as it’s well worth the effort and your reward is a dip in the lush, cool waters at the base of the falls.
Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC) is an international sporting venue located in Albert Park, Victoria, Australia. The center has hosted international events including the 2006 Commonwealth Games and the 2007 World Aquatics Championships. The centre has several swimming pools and international standard diving facilities.
Offering up spectacular views, sometimes all the way to the Coast, Minyon Falls is situated in the Nightcap National Park near Lismore in Northern New South Wales.

The falls spill 100 metres into a lush rainforest style setting below complete with a beautiful natural pool perfect for swimming.

For the active types, there are a couple of bushwalks to tackle before taking a dip. Check out Boggy Creek walk and Minyon Falls Walking Track.
Situated right in the heart of Lennox Head, Lake Ainsworth is known as an excellent place to paddle, kayak and canoe or simply relax and take advantage of the picnic facilities and relaxed surrounds.

Interestingly it was once historically embraced by indigenous communities as a women's swimming hole for post-childbirth soothing, now it's popular with tourists and locals alike.

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