Congratulations on taking the first step in ensuring your childs safety around water! SwimMagic Swim School annually provides Swimming Tuition to over 15,000 families throughout New Zealand and is proud to be the country's largest provider of learn to swim classes.

If at any stage you require more information on what SwimMagic has to offer your family, one of our team is waiting on the end of the phone for your call to arrange your free introductory lesson!

We can't wait to see you at the pool.

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Latest News

Unsion Lake Safety Programme

Posted on 22 June 2020

At Rotorua Aquatic Centre
Secure your swimming lessons for term 3 before Friday 3rd July and you can learn vital water safety skills these school holidays that are specifically targeted when at the Lakes for FREE  The Unison Lake Safety Programme - everyone that participates in the programme also receive a Unison backpack, goggles and a certificate For more information contact the Swim Magic team on 3488833 or email TAM@clmnz.co.nz  Don't miss out limited spaces available

Swimmers Certificate of Achievement

Posted on 28 August 2019

At Lido Aquatic Centre
         Swimmers Certificate of achievement Make sure to collect a certificate from the SwimMagic reception to show your childs progress. As they move up the levels they can come and collect a sticker to show their achievements. 

Bedtime Babies

Posted on 01 April 2019

At Lido Aquatic Centre
Baby Magic Moments Programme SwimMagic offer lessons for babies aged from 5 months to 3 years old. It is important to encourage our little ones how to be water safe at an early age. We offer lessons 7 days a week with evening classes available. Taking your baby to swimming lessons in the evening can help them improve their sleep patterns but also give your child the experience of swimming in different environments. Enrol now and recieve 50% off your child's first term!

CLM Celebrates Success in Nelson.

Posted on 17 September 2018

At Community Leisure Management
  CLM team members from across the country headed to the Trafalgar Centre in Nelson on Saturday to celebrate another year of success. Over 120 guests were treated to a fine selection of local produce and beverages as they waited for the awards to be announced.  Local facility, The Richmond Aquatic Centre were the star of the show, taking home the overall Facility of the Year Award while also collecting, Shop of the Year, Café of the Year and Aquatic Facility of the Year. The local theme of success continued with Riverside Pool’s Facility Manger Dave McKenzie being awarded the coveted CLM Legend award for service to both CLM and the facility management industry.  Riverside Pool took home the CLM Legends programme of the year and Nayland Park Pool took home the Outdoor Pool of the Year to round off a successful night for the local facilities. CLM CEO Craig Carter was brimming with pride throughout the evening saying, “The Trafalgar Centre here in Nelson has been the perfect venue for us to celebrate the hard work our facilities do throughout the year. We are extremely proud of all our facilities and difference they continue to make in their local communities.” A full list of winners from the evening can be found below: Facility of the Year 2018 – Richmond Aquatic Centre CLM Legend of the Year 2018 – Dave McKenzie Most Improved Facility of the Year 2018 – Lido Aquatic Centre Legend Programme of the Year 2018 – Nelson Aquatics Innovation of the Year 2018 – CLM Community Sport Shop of the Year 2018 - Richmond Aquatic Centre Customer Service Facility of the Year 2018 – Massey Park Pool Aquatic Facility of the Year 2018 – Richmond Aquatic Centre Outdoor Pool of the Year 2018 – Nayland Park Pool SwimMagic Swim School of the Year 2018 – Lido Aquatic Centre ChillOut Programme of the Year 2018 – Papakura Leisure Centre Fitness Centre of the Year 2018 – Papakura Leisure Centre Health & Safety Management Award 2018 – Papakura Leisure Centre Café of the Year 2018 – Richmond Aquatic Centre

CLM enjoys a week of success in Rotorua.

Posted on 20 August 2018

At Community Leisure Management
Team CLM enjoys a week of success in Rotorua at The 2018 NZRA Waves Conference and The 2018 AUSTSWIM’s Aotearoa Awards CLM's SwimMagic had a fantastic night at the 2018 AUSTSWIM Aotearoa Awards that were held over the weekend. A big congratulations to, Kirstie Nash from Massey Park Pool who won the 2018 AUSTSWIM Aotearoa Teacher of Infant and Preschool Award, Jeni Tamboer from Whangarei Aquatic Centre won the 2018 AUSTSWIM Aotearoa Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety and Lisa Stove from Richmond Aquatic Centre who won the 2018 AUSTSWIM Aotearoa Presenter of the Year. These awards are a great recognition for the outstanding work each of these stars have done over a number of years in their respective communities. CLM's winning week continued at the recently completed New Zealand Recreation Association Waves Conference in Rotorua. Team CLM took out The Lifeguard Team of the Year award for the 2nd year running with team members from across the country including, Whangarei Aquatic Centre, Otahuhu Pool and Leisure Centre, Riverside Pool and Richmond Aquatic Centre. Kanae Atsumi also won a Merit award in the Lifeguard of the Year Competition, fantastic acknowledgement for her dedication and commitment. CLM CEO Craig Carter is extremely proud of the achievements over the last week saying, “The success our team has received over the last week is an acknowledgment to many hours of dedication across a number of years, CLM is privileged to have a team of such talented professionals across our network. We strive to be the leaders in leisure and recreation in New Zealand and these awards highlight our commitmnet to this.”

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