Enfield Life Saving Club

Learn water safety and life saving skills in a safe and friendly environment

About Enfield Life Saving Club

Enfield Life Saving Club was established in 1933 and celebrated its 80th anniversary in 2013. Enfield Life Saving Club is affiliated with Royal Life Saving Society Australia (RLSSA) NSW Branch. Royal Life Saving is dedicated to turning everyday people into everyday community lifesavers. Our pool-based lifesaving training covers pool safety and open water safety.

We are a small club, with a wonderful sense of community and strong camaraderie amongst members of all ages. Our skilled and dedicated coaches teach children and adults of all ages valuable water safety, rescue and life saving skills – leading to strength and confidence in the water.

Enfield Life Saving Club welcomes new members of all ages regardless of ability. It’s a great way to make new friends and keep fit while learning valuable, lifelong skills in a safe and friendly environment.

Enfield Life Saving Club meets weekly during the season at Enfield Aquatic Centre (formerly known as Enfield Olympic Swimming Pool). Enfield pool, located on the northern side of Henley Park, is Sydney’s first freshwater pool and has been serving the local community since 1933. Owned and operated by Burwood Council, the Centre comprises the 50 metre outdoor pool, as well as a 25 metre indoor pool, water play park and toddlers pool.

Enfield Life Saving Club training:

8.00am – 10.00am Saturday mornings
March to October (no training over Christmas/January holiday period)
Enfield Aquatic Centre
Henley Park
Portland Street, Enfield NSW 2136

Have fun, keep fit and learn skills!

Enjoy a couple of hours each week at Enfield Aquatic Centre learning new skills that will help you save lives. The training is fun and friendly in a safe environment.

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