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Kapiti Coast Aquatics
December 2012
The Waikanae Pool is one of Kapiti's most popular summer destinations

Kapiti Coast Aquatics. If you're looking for exercise, recreation or swimming lessons, the Kapiti Coast has a range of pools to cater for you.

Kapiti Coast Aquatics provide quality, safe and affordable fun for the whole family. We offer PoolSafe facilities with many recreational programmes and activities for the Kapiti Coast community.

Proud to be part of the Community Services Group of the Kapiti Coast District Council, we are dedicated to promoting health, recreation and rehabilitation through swimming and water activities.

For any further information, or enquiries, please telephone the appropriate pool or email us at swim@kapiticoast.govt.nz.

Looking for something fun to do this holiday season?

Splash into the pools this summer! From 1pm-5pm every day of the school holidays, all Kapiti Coast pools will have inflatables and activities for youth of all ages.

Win at Kāpiti Coast Pools!

Collect a stamp every time you come, 3 stamps will put you in the draw to win an MGP scooter kindly donated by On Yer Bike and 5 stamps will put you in the draw to win an i-POD! You can enter as many times as you like.

Coastlands Aquatic Centre
The Coastlands Aquatic Centre is being built and scheduled to open March 2013.

Otaki Pool
If you are looking for exercise, recreation, or learning how to swim Otaki Pool can cater for you. The pool has a great community feel, and is ideal for fun family occasions.
The 33.5m pool is heated with a disabled access ramp and a toddler's pool.
Situated in the grounds of Haruatai Park, it is an ideal spot for a family picnic.

Waikanae Pool
Situated next to Waikanae Park in a large, sheltered and grassed area with shade structures and trees, this pool is an ideal spot for a picnic and plenty of fun in the sun.
Open for the summer season, we have something to offer the whole family!
Waikanae Pool opens 17 November 2012 and will close 28 April 2013.
Contact Waikanae Pool: 04 296 4789 (during the open season) or email us at swim@kapiticoast.govt.nz any time.


Raumati Pool
Whether you're looking for exercise, recreation or swimming lessons, Raumati Pool can cater for you.
The large 25m heated pool has a disabled access ramp and both learner and trainer pools.
Situated in the grounds of Marine Gardens at Raumati Beach, it is an ideal spot for a family picnic and fun in the sun (try out the new splash pad in the gardens!).
Contact Raumati Pool: 04 296 4787

Learn to Swim
Welcome to SwimKapiti
Making a difference to the community through aquatic facilities, services and programmes.
This is where you can learn aquatic skills for life! No matter your age or ability we can cater for you.
We have a variety of pool depths to learn in. Our younger levels are run in shallower learner's pools while our higher levels are run in the lane pool.
Our facilities hold "pool safe" accreditation which ensures high quality filtration systems ensuring the pool cleanliness is kept to an optimum and fully qualified lifeguards on poolside for the extra safety for you and your children.
Our friendly instructors are fully qualified and undergo continuous training in learn to swim principals.
Plenty of parking and family change rooms fully equipped with showers and baby change tables makes your swimming experiences as comfortable as possible.

For more information or to book contact SwimKapiti:

at Otaki Pool: 06 364 5542
at Waikanae Pool: 04 296 4789
at Raumati Pool: 04 296 4787

 
Comments
Tamsin Evans, KCDC (added 236 weeks ago)
People in wheelchairs are well catered for at Coastlands Aquatic Centre. There is chair hoist access to the main pool and ramp access to the Programmes Pool. From parking to pools to changing facilities, those with disabilities are well catered for.
M Dally (added 239 weeks ago)
Dear kcnews. How is it that the Kapiti City Council spent millions of dollars upgrading their council buildings in order to "provide wheelchair access" and yet when it comes to the Million Dollar Swimming pool they are now back stepping and not providing a disability access ramp?
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