At orange, our offices are open for those who need to visit us in person. We also have a wide range of services available online or via the phone – using these will help reduce the risk and keep each other safe. Check out our COVID-19 response page for more details.

Swim

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Visit our COVID-19 page for up-to-date information on COVID-19 and our facilities.

Learn to Swim Community Pools Supervision Policy Careers

QLDC Sport and Recreation operates three aquatic facilities on behalf of our local community.

We offer a variety of aquatic programmes at these facilities including Aquafit, Tri Squad and Ante-Natal Fitness.

You'll find a timetable showing which lanes are free and which are booked by clubs and groups throughout each day on the webpage for each facility, along with a full list of daily activities over school holidays.

Learn to Swim

Our learn-to-swim programmes cover all ages and are operated by QLDC Swim School, endorsed by the New Zealand Swim Teachers and Coaches Association (NZSCTA) as a gold quality swim school.

Community Pools

In addition, Council also provides grants to assist with the operation of the following community pools:

Glenorchy Community Pool, Cantire Street (open Labour weekend until Easter weekend)

Hawea Community Pool, Hawea Flat School, Camp Hill Road (open Labour weekend until early March; weather permitting).

Our Supervision Policy

We're recruiting!

Watch the video below to hear members of our team telling you what it's like to be a lifeguard or swim school instructor at council pools in Queenstown and Wānaka. We're recruiting now so head over to our dedicated jobs website  once you've enjoyed the video:

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