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School Pool

Subiaco Primary School


city-of-subiaco-2Subi Primary is incredibly lucky to have its own pool on the grounds. It is used by the school for in school lessons in Term 1, for interschool squad training and our lower and upper school swimming carnivals and for class parties in the hotter months.

We are very fortunate to have the City of Subiaco provide support for our school pool, by way of a community partnership agreement. This support allows us to maintain a healthy, safe and welcoming pool that is available to the school community and broader Subiaco community.

Pool Hours

The pool is also open after school hours and on weekends for social swimming.

Pool opens on Friday 25 November, 2016 and will remain open until 24 March, 2017. The pool is open 7 days a week with a Lifeguard on duty at all times. Opening hours are as follows:

After School 3.30 – 7.00pm
Saturdays 9.00am – 7.00pm
Sundays, Public Holidays & School Holidays 3.00 – 7.00pm
(Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Years Day)

Pool Passes

Pool memberships are available to everyone, not just Subi Primary families.

A full season family membership costs $160, and can be purchased  from the online uniform shop. Enquiries can be made at

You can also purchase a voucher which entitles you to 10 swims at a cost of $35.

Swimming Lessons

Royal Life Saving Society pool lifeguards are on duty at all times to ensure we have the “safest pool in Australia”

– Teach your child a lifelong skill
– Develop your child’s water confidence
– Develop swimming technique
– Improve health and wellbeing
– Support your School
– Have fun

Our Pool is endorsed by the Royal Life Saving Society, Swim and Survive Program, and lessons are delivered by Swim Mechanix.

To register please call 1800 305 791 or email,

Subiaco Primary School Pool Building Futures

farris_feature_1The Royal Life Saving Society WA recently completed a news story at the pool with our senior lifeguard Farris Tammerijn.

A product of Subiaco Primary School, Farris has grown up learning to swim at the pool and has developed a really good skill base through his work with Royal Life Saving as a lifeguard at the pool and now moving into pool operations.

He would encourage more young people to think about stepping into aquatics as a career “It’s really enjoyable. I started my Bronze Medallion training with Vacswim and then completed the rest of my qualifications through Royal Life Saving. I have found it a lot of fun and the training is always improving; there are always more steps you can take to improve your skills.”

To read more of this story visit the Royal Life Saving Society website at