Learn how to swim with Swim Logan
Enrol in Learn to Swim classes for New Australians aged 16+
It’s never too late to learn with our Learn to Swim classes for New Australians living in Logan!
Free transport, swimwear assistance and supervised children’s activities are available. Let us know when booking.
When: Monday 24 January – Monday 4 March (8 weeks)
Time: 9.15am – 10.15am
Where: Logan North Aquatic Centre, 2 Sports Drive, Underwood
When: Saturday 29 January – Saturday 19 March (8 weeks)
Time: 11.30am – 12.30pm
Where: Beenleigh Aquatic Centre, City Rd, Beenleigh
Australia has many rivers, lakes and oceans so it’s important for all Australians to know how to swim. Swim Logan is a free swimming program for New Australian adults who are over 16 years of age and living in Logan.
Swim Logan is a program funded by the Australian Government’s Department of Health.
- Learn to swim with 8 hours in the water
- No swimming skills required
- Earn a certificate
- ESL (English as a Second Language) welcome
- Practice your English
- Translators available if needed
- Free supervised activities for children
- Warm pools
- Pools are clean and COVID safe
- We can help you with transport and swimwear
- You must book first
What do I bring?
- Wear swimmers and board shorts
- Bring a towel
How do I book?
The Swim Logan program is being delivered at three pools in Logan. These pools are also called aquatic centres. Click on the ‘book now’ button to send us your details and we will get in touch.
City Rd, Beenleigh
How to get here: Catch a train to Beenleigh Train Station. Walk for 800 metres (about 10 minutes) or catch a bus to Alamein St near Lae St, Beenleigh (opposite the pool).
Do you need help? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 2803 4103
Logan North Pool
2 Sports Drive, Underwood
How to get here: Catch a bus to Springwood Bus Station Platform 2, then hop off and catch another bus to Springwood Road & Sports Drive (right out the front of the pool). This pool is next door to the Logan North library.
Do you need help? Email email@example.com or call 3541 6150
Gould Adams Pool
558 Kingston Rd, Kingston
How to get here: Catch a train to Kingston Train Station. Walk for 800 metres (about 10 minutes) or catch a bus to Gould Adams Park Bus Station on Kingston Road.
Do you need help? SMS or call 0406 063 737
Learn about water safety
The Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland is delivering free water safety education sessions to Logan’s multicultural communities who are age 18 and over.
Join in to learn about swimming in Australia, understand pool and beach rules and signs, learn how to respond to emergencies and increase your CPR awareness.
Sessions are delivered by trained Multicultural Health Workers at places most convenient for you in:
- Simplified English
More information? Contact Kristy Lekkas on firstname.lastname@example.org or 3844 9166.
This program is being delivered in partnership with the Federal Government’s Department of Health, Logan City Council, Aqualogan, The Aqua English Project Ltd and the Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland Limited.