School Swimming Carnivals
2017 Carnival Dates
|Wednesday||8th February||Douglas Park|
|Thursday||9th February||Cawdor / Mt Hunter|
|Friday||10th February||Picton Primary|
|Wednesday||15th February||Picton high|
|Thursday||16th February||Oran Park Public|
|Friday||17th February||Wollondilly Anglican Primary|
|Monday||20th February||St Anthonys|
|Wednesday||22nd February||Oakdale / Yanderra|
|Thursday||23rd February||Camden South|
|Friday||24th February||Wollondilly Seniors|
|Thursday||2nd March||Razorback Zone – Freestyle|
|Friday||3rd March||Razorback Zone – Strokes|
$4.00 per student – invoiced
Teachers – FREE
Pool Booking – FREE
Parent Spectators & Helpers – $2.50
Schools have exclusive use of the outdoor pool during carnival times.
Lap lanes remain available in the indoor pool all day.
Carnivals generally run between 9:00am and 2:45pm, with some longer events on Picton High, Wollondilly Anglican and the Razorback Zone day’s.
The following download is for Carnival Organisers and Schools. Just remember that our risk assessment should be used in conjunction with your own assessment.Download Risk Assessment – for Schools
Due to the potential for injury by diving in shallow water the following restrictions apply to all swim carnivals.
We advise that for school level carnivals and sport, dive entries be conducted from the deep end of the pool only.
In-water starts are to be used for shallow end races (relays).
For Zone level competition, dive entries are permissible from the shallow end by trained competitors only, and provided that the swimmers are warned of the risks and water depth prior to each event.
No diving is permitted in the indoor pool for school based activities
For further information download our Diving & Shallow Water Guidelines and Risk Assessment