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Spring is here and we couldn’t be happier! The weather is warming up, the trees are starting to bloom… Best of all, Sydney has slowly reopened in a COVID-safe way, allowing us to get out and about once again. Top of that priority list heading into warmer weather? Swimming lessons. Carlile Swimming is open and ready to take on new bookings. 


Book your lessons with Carlile today!

As the weather warms up our minds jump to BBQs by the pool, picnics at the beach and splashing around at water parks. There is one common feature in all these activities and it’s something we need to be so careful around with kids – the water. Sure, it’s lots of fun, and some of our fondest Summer memories are formed around it, but we need to think about the safety of our little ones. This is why swimming lessons are so important.

Spring is the perfect time to get started. Dip those little toes in the water once again and let them build up a safe and confident relationship with the water before Summer hits.

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About Carlile Swimming

The friendly team at Carlile love teaching kids to swim. In fact, they’ve been doing it for 65 years! They have swim programs for all ages and abilities at their conveniently located pools across the North Shore. With their custom built pools, family friendly amenities and experienced, dedicated teachers, there’s no better place to teach your kids to swim.

Find the right program for your little ones!

Water Babies (3 months to 2.5 years)

These classes are a great introduction to swimming with specially adapted games, songs and routines to build water confidence. The classes are lots of fun, while also teaching children to be safer in, on, under and around water. 

Learn to Swim (2.5 years and over)

This leading program is offered in two age groups: there’s the preschool program for children over the age of 2.5, and the school-age program for the older kids. Both programs help kids grow in confidence in the water and develop their stroke techniques.

Stroke Development

Their Stroke Development program has three, ability-based levels and is designed to develop correct swimming technique and endurance. It teaches kids backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly and freestyle.

Squads

Squads cater to both recreational and competitive swimmers. The emphasis in Squads​ is on increasing endurance, perfecting technique and mastering competitive starts and turns. 

Carlile Swimming: Three convenient North Shore locations

Carlile Castle Cove

Carlile Castle Cove

Carlile Castle Cove

Carlile Swimming Castle Cove became part of the Carlile family of swim schools in 1968. Today, this centre teaches around 2000 kids to swim each week, offering classes from Waterbabies through to Stroke Development. With two heated pools and friendly, experienced teachers, it’s easy to see why it’s such a popular venue.

Features

  • A smaller pool for Waterbabies classes, with custom depths and child friendly platforms.
  • A larger pool for Learn to Swim and Stroke Development classes.
  • Warm, 32 degree water.
  • The latest filtration technology for superior air and water quality.
  • Seating areas for parents and carers.
  • Shower areas and change rooms.
  • Baby change facilities.
  • A retail shop for swimwear, goggles, flippers and more.

Carlile Lane Cove West

Lane Cove West

Carlile Lane Cove West

Carlile Swimming Lane Cove West was purpose built in 2017 to suit their specific teaching methods and programs. It’s a state of the art swim school facility, drawing on 65 years of experience in designing the ideal learn to swim environment. With its modern and inviting reception area, self check-in kiosks, custom built pools and air conditioned viewing areas, you’ll see why Carlile Lane Cove West is one of the most modern swim schools on the North Shore.

Carlile Swimming Lane Cove West is conveniently located within the Lane Cove West business park, off Epping Road.

Features

  • A specially designed pool for toddlers and younger swimmers, with custom depths and child friendly platforms.
  • A 20m, purpose built pool for Stroke Development classes and Squads, with a separate area featuring custom ledges for Waterbabies classes.
  • The latest filtration technology for superior air and water quality.
  • Warm water all year round.
  • An air conditioned viewing room.
  • Clean, spacious change rooms.
  • A large, dedicated baby change area.
  • A retail shop for swimwear, goggles, flippers and more.

    Carlile Killarney Heights

    Killarney Heights

    Carlile Killarney Heights

    Carlile Swimming Killarney Heights is one of the original facilities becoming part of the Carlile family of swim schools in 1985. With their industry leading swim programs, the centre quickly grew a reputation for helping kids of all ages learn to swim well and excel in the sport. Then, in 1990, Carlile Swimming Killarney Heights was recognised as a Centre of Excellence, by Australian Swimming and the Australian Institute of Sport.

    Carlile Swimming Killarney Heights continues to build on its outstanding reputation and is considered one of the most popular swim schools on the Northern Beaches. Their Friday Night Races are a particularly exciting end to the week where young swimmers can try competitive swimming in a fun and social atmosphere.

    • A 16m, 32-degree heated pool for our Waterbabies and Learn to Swim programs, with custom depths and child friendly platforms.
    • A 25m, 28-degree heated pool, specifically for Stroke Development classes and Squads.
    • The latest filtration technology for superior air and water quality.
    • Seating areas for parents and carers.
    • Shower areas and change rooms.
    • Baby change facilities.
    • A retail shop for swimwear, goggles, flippers and more.

    Contact Carlile Swimming today!

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    Now is the best time to book your child’s swimming lessons with Carlile before the summer rush. Give your kids the confidence they need, in and around the water, while they have fun learning new skills.

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