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FREDS SWIM ACADEMY Australia now offers AFTERPAY!

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FREDS SWIM ACADEMY Australia now offers AFTERPAY!

FREDS SWIM ACADEMY Australia is thrilled to announce that we now accept AFTERPAY on all our fantastic range of swimming products, including of course our ever-popular SWIMTRAINER “Classic” range. The SWIMTRAINER “Classic” is a flotation aid suitable for babies from 3 months of age which places bubs in the correct position for learning to swim. The SWIMTRAINER “Classic” comes in three sizes; red (suitable for babies and toddlers 6 to 18kg), orange (suitable for toddlers and children 15 to 39kg) and yellow (suitable for children 20 to 36kg). The SWIMTRAINER “Classic” holds your child in the correct position for learning...

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Swimtrainer Australia is coming to Perth!

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Swimtrainer Australia is coming to Perth!

FREDS SWIM ACADEMY Australia are thrilled to be coming to Perth for the Pregnancy, Babies and Children’s expo on July 29th to 31st. At the expo you will be able to meet a range of exhibitors to gain up-to-date, expert advice on the early years of parenting. Visitors to the expo can see, touch, try and buy a huge range of products and services that will have them covered for all aspects of pregnancy, childbirth and early learning. There is so much fun for children and babies at the expo, including a new imagination play area that is specially designed to...

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Swim, baby! Start your baby swimming early for lifelong benefits.

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Swim, baby! Start your baby swimming early for lifelong benefits.

"The SWIMTRAINER “Classic” flotation aid by FREDS SWIM ACADEMY places babies from 3 months in the correct swimming position and is a great tool for practicing kicking" Babies can be introduced to water from birth. Olympic swimmer Laurie Lawrence’s granddaughter famously starting swimming lessons aged only 4 days! Recommendations differ regarding the appropriate age for babies to begin swimming but the recommendation of the Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association is that babies start swimming in pools at 4 months of age, with water familiarisation occurring regularly in the bath prior to 4 months. Deciding when to take your baby...

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