Aflex Technology inflatables

01 January, 2016 | Supplied by: Aflex Technology Ltd

Inflatables specialist Aflex Technology provides inflatable units for use in pools and aquatic centres. The range incorporates obstacle courses, slides, animals, pool toys and modular adventure products to encourage active play.

Pro-Visual Publishing National Guide to Public Pools & Aquatic Centres 2015/16

08 December, 2015 | Supplied by: Pro-Visual Publishing

Water safety is a major concern for all Australians, and it is the responsibility of all adults to ensure that children are well supervised at public pools and aquatic centres at all times. In response to this, Pro-Visual Publishing, in partnership with Swim Australia, has released the National Guide to Public Pools & Aquatic Centres 2015/16.

Castlemaine pool gets the go-ahead

04 December, 2015

Mount Alexander Shire Council is to develop plans for an indoor swimming pool in Castlemaine, on a different site to a controversial proposal that was abandoned three years ago.

Cryptosporidiosis surge

03 December, 2015

NSW Health is urging people who have been unwell with diarrhoea to avoid swimming pools until at least two weeks after they have recovered, following a sharp increase in cryptosporidiosis cases in NSW.

Rockhampton aquatic centre open for business

25 November, 2015

We're in the midst of aquatic centre overdrive at the moment, with the Rockhampton Second World War Memorial Aquatic Centre officially opening for business.

Construction kicks off on Craigieburn

24 November, 2015

Work on the $32.5 million Craigieburn Regional Aquatic and Leisure Centre project is officially underway. According to Acting Prime Minister Warren Truss, the Australian Government has committed $9.1 million to the project under Round One of the National Stronger Regions Fund. The facility encompasses a fitness centre, health and wellness centre and an indoor aquatic hall.

Alpha Aquatic Centre reopens

23 November, 2015

Families in Alpha, Central West Queensland, no longer have to wait for warm weather to enjoy a swim, with the town's new heated pool officially open for public use.

Glass therapy heals hydrotherapy pool

05 August, 2015 by Alice Richard | Supplied by: Waterco Limited

Given the vulnerable nature of those requiring hydrotherapy, water quality is vital. Leicester Hospital's filtration system struggled to cope with high bather numbers. Waterco's Glass Pearl Media brought the water quality up to scratch quickly and reduced maintenance requirements.

Crunching the numbers: cogeneration system adds up

22 July, 2015 by Alice Richard | Supplied by: Simons Green Energy

Twelve months after Simons Green Energy installed a 229 kW cogeneration system at Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre in Wagga Wagga, the numbers are in - and they prove that cogeneration was a sound investment for the centre.

It's fun to swim at the YMCA

08 July, 2015 | Supplied by: Zeolite Australia Pty Ltd

The YMCA Lagoon Leisure & Fitness Centre in Auckland was looking to improve water clarity, reduce water loss and CAC, and save money but was wary of committing to a new system before seeing results. A trial with Zelbrite filter media proved to be the answer.

Inflatables: what you need to consider before taking the leap

01 July, 2015 | Supplied by: Wibit Sports

Inflatables can be a great way to attract new business to your facility or to keep things interesting for your patrons. But it's not all fun and games: make sure you ask yourself the right questions before you take the plunge and invest in inflatables.

Big aquatic centre a big success

10 June, 2015 | Supplied by: Poolkare Chemicals

The CA$140 million Terwillegar Centre includes the second-largest water park in the province of Alberta, Canada. It was designed to cope with a bather load of 10,000 people per day. Austrian company WAPOTEC helped design the centre's water treatment plant.

Green pools: sustainable pool heating

04 June, 2015 by Alice Richard

As energy prices and global temperatures rise, the world is increasingly looking to new ways to generate energy. So, what's new in the world of pool heating? It's no longer just about solar, heat pumps and gas - there are some fascinating new developments out there.

Scully Outdoor Designs learn-to-swim platform and lifeguard tower

27 May, 2015 | Supplied by: Scully Outdoor Designs Australia Pty Ltd

Scully Outdoor Designs has available a learn-to-swim platform and stainless steel lifeguard tower suitable for commercial aquatic facilities.

S.R. Smith Extended Reach RockSolid commercial-grade basketball game

22 May, 2015 | Supplied by: S.R.Smith

S.R. Smith has expanded its line of Swim N' Dunk commercial-grade basketball games with the 76 cm setback Extended Reach RockSolid game.

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