Welcome to Matamata Swim Club. Mission. To provide our community to take part in both the sport of swimming and the development of strong water safety skills. Latest News. Matamata Sponsored Meet Flyer November 2nd Matamata Sponsored Meet . Matamata Swimming Club aims to provide our community with the opportunity to take part in both the sport of swimming and the development of strong water safety skills. The summer season runs from 1 October to 31 March. The winter season runs from 1 April to 30 September. Swimmers are placed in squads according to their ability.
Orca Swim Schools Home Page. Here at Orca Swim School we are proud of our high quality, innovative Learn to Swim Programme.. Our lessons provide a stimulating, positive and progressive learning experience for all ages. Adults: $6. Seniors: $5. Children: $4. Family pass (2 adults, up to 3 children) $ Family pass (2 adults, up to 3 children) - with Community Services Card: $ Spa (Te Aroha and Matamata) $2 extra per person. Aqua Classes (concessions available) $ per class. Active Health: Adult - $5 Senior - $4 Child - $3. Little Swimmers Session (under 5 yrs) $.
Contact and Booking. Get in touch with us via the form below and we'll get back to you as soon as possible! Swimming lessons. We live in a country surrounded by water - this means it's more important than ever that kiwi kids learn to swim. Laing Swim School is based at Swim Zone Matamata. They offer swimming lessons for babies and children, teaching them to swim and be confident in the water. Swimming lessons are done in heated pools, in a fun and friendly environment.
Jordan started teaching for the Ross Millar Swim School in In Jordan spent two years in Edinburgh teaching swimming whilst also enjoying travel around Europe. Jordan arrived back in NZ at the end of and is our full time senior instructor. Matamata swimming club treasurer, Heath Tapper, believes the club has a responsibility to provide swimming lessons to the Matamata public. Read More. Swimmers from local clubs in Wellington have been doing their bit to help in a recent Swimming New Zealand School Age and Adult .