Category Archives: News

50 Days of Giveaways

Following on from our FUN Birthday Party Theme Week (Monday 2 May to Sunday 8 May) and in further celebration of our 50th birthday, we are running 50 Days of Giveaways! Each of our pools will be running their own 50 Days of Giveaways where one lucky person everyday will WIN of their daily prizes which include; goggles, […]

Donation to Swim Vietnam teaches kids a skill for life

Swim Vietnam_Donation

On 29 June, 2021, Paul Sadler Swimland made a generous donation to Swim Vietnam of $6000usd which will be used to help train swim teachers, builds pools, and provide free survival swimming and water safety lessons, giving Vietnamese children a skill that could save their life. Ministry of Health in Vietnam reports that 16 people […]

Why transitioning to open water is so important in swimming lessons. 

Open Water Swims

This Summer, Paul Sadler Swimland will once again host Open Water swims. The transition from swimming pool to the open water is significant, with the Royal Life Saving Association estimating that the distance you can cover in the pool equating to just 10% in open water. Therefore for a young swimmer who has achieved their […]

How Lily’s swimming skills helped in real life

Swimmers story of survival

One of our amazing swimmers Lily recently went swimming in the ocean in Torquay. Lily, having recently turned 6, started regular swimming lessons with our Bendigo site in 2017. Having been in regular swimming lessons for a number of years, Lily has developed some excellent life saving water skills, however in the ocean she often […]

Paul Sadler Swimland play it safe by the water with Life Saving Victoria

Paul Sadler Swimland & Life Saving Victoria

On 3 December, Mark Cecil – CEO of Paul Sadler Swimland, attended an industry event run by Life Saving Victoria to support a fantastic initiative that aims to save young lives from drowning. A goal that everyone at Paul Sadler Swimland is extremely passionate about. ‘It is estimated that 145,000 children have missed vital swimming […]