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City of Canterbury Bankstown lock in long-term Aquatic Safety partnership

Canterbury Bankstown City Council has recently joined Royal Life Saving as Aquatic Safety partners. Boasting one of the largest Councils in NSW by population, they own and operate five pools in their area:

  • Birrong Leisure & Aquatic Centre

  • Canterbury Leisure & Aquatic Centre

  • Max Parker Leisure & Aquatic Centre

  • Roselands Leisure & Aquatic Centre &

  • Wran Leisure & Aquatic Centre

The aquatic safety partnership will deliver a range of services including safety assessments across all venues as well as:

  • Mystery guests

  • Keep Watch program

  • Pool lifeguard updates

  • In-service training for their staff

The 4 swim schools in Canterbury Bankstown will also partner with Royal Life Saving to ensure best practices and access to a range of resources including our brand-new Multicultural Communities Portal that provides an array of translated resources to their patrons.


This is a great opportunity for facilities and operators in the industry to demonstrate their commitment to ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for their customers and staff. The partnership offers us the opportunity at CB City, to proactively plan out the whole year in a more structure way in terms of budget, audits, assessments and training. I commend Royal Life on their response to the needs of the industry with initiatives like this” said Ben Ellison-Kubecka, Manager of Leisure & Aquatic Services | CB City.


Facilities interested in becoming an Aquatic Safety Partner are offered the benefit of prebooking their training and services for the year with Royal Life Saving, as well as receiving a discount by packaging up these services.


For any partnership inquiries, or to find out more information, please contact RLS Community Engagement Manager, Louise Magee: louise.magee@royalnsw.com.au.

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