Using the Pool under COVID-19 Protection Framework Orange. Maintain physical distancing where possible Use hand sanitiser Wear a mask when you are indoors Please do not enter the facility if you are feeling unwell Thames Aquatic and Sports Facilities Survey Our Council is thinking about developing new aquatic and sport facilities in the Thames area and we would like your feedback.New facilities are being considered because: The current Thames Centennial Pool is located on an urupa and the facility is reaching the end of its life. The sport fields and facilities at Rhodes Park are highly susceptible to flooding and some of the facilities are not fit for purpose. This survey asks questions about your use of and opinions about aquatic and sport field facilities. The survey will help the Council to decide what type of new facilities are needed in the future. Take the survey. Public Opening Hours - Winter hours May - October Monday 6am - 6pm Tuesday 6am - 6pm Wednesday 6am - 6pm Thursday 6am - 6pm Friday 6am - 6pm Saturday closed Sunday 10am - 5pm *Note - Pool is closed all public holidays* Entering the Facility All patrons must enter through the main gate on Mackay Street. The back gate and car parking area is for staff only. Squad Training Please email our Head Coach email@example.com for more information. Learn to Swim Please contact the pool on 07 8688441 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Aqua-aerobics Our Aqua-aerobic classes are every Tuesday and Thursday morning 11am - 12pm. We also run an evening class on Monday nights 6.15pm - 7.15pm during summer months Please contact the pool on 07 8668441 if you have any questions. About the Pool The 25m, heated, Council-staffed facility has a growing reputation for producing some of the country’s best competitive juniors with youngsters who’ve moved through the lessons now attending squad training. Thames Centennial Pool staff are making a huge splash with the facility drawing record numbers of bathers and a contingent of swimmers graduating from the team’s Learn-to-Swim and Academy training into junior national competitions and even on to the Olympic Games. With alumni like Helena Gasson making waves on the world stage and breaking New Zealand records, it is hardly surprising young swimmers are working hard to swim through the ranks and follow her stellar example. The facility offers a range of learn to swim and training opportunities as well as ensuring space for relaxation and a bit of fun. Follow the links below for more information on our Learn to Swim, Thames Swimming Club and Fitness and Fun programmes at the pool. Learn to Swim Thames Swimming Club Fitness and Fun Swimming NZ Gold Certification In February 2019, Swimming New Zealand accredited Thames Centennial Pool's Swim Cool Swim School with Gold status, their highest certification. This means that our pool delivers to the highest possible standards within the Swimming New Zealand structure. Our pool's programmes, regulatory and safety standards are of the highest level in the country. Not every pool that offers swimming lessons has Swimming NZ accreditattion, so this is a positive reflection on the high quality of the swimming instruction. In late 2018, Thames Centennial Pool reached Bronze certification and soon after the swim school jumped Silver to go straight to Gold. Our pool also scored a coup in early 2019 with a grant of $8,000 worth of life-saving equipment donated by Boat Safety New Zealand. This gear, including the boat and life vests pictured below, has now been incorporated into swim lessons to teach water safety and life-saving skills. Photo: Thames Centennial Pool staff are delighted with life-saving equipment donated by Boat Safety New Zealand. Contact us: 105 Mackay Street, Thames, 07 868 8441Email: email@example.com Prices All fees and charges are inclusive of GST. Note: Other charges may be included in the price list throughout the year as new programmes are developed. These can be found on the Thames Centennial Pool website (www.tcdc.govt.nz/swim - Services A to Z - Thames Centennial Pool) and at the Centennial Pool complex. Swimming Pools - Thames Centennial PoolUnits2022/2023 Admission Fees: Adult 1 swim $4.50 Child / Students / Senior Citizen 1 swim $3.50 Pre-schoolers 1 swim $1.00 Family - 2 Adults, 2 Children (children 5yr -15yrs) 1 swim $10.50 Admission Concession Cards: Adult Concessions: 10 swim concession 10 swims $37.00 30 swim concession 30 swims $102.00 60 swim concession 60 swims $194.00 Child / Student / Senior Citizen Concessions: 10 swim concession 10 swims $28.00 30 swim concession 30 swims $78.00 60 swim concession 60 swims $148.00 SWIM ALL ACTIVITIES YEAR ROUND*(*Excludes all levels of LTS, Squad,Lane/Pool hire). Unlimited use $1,000.00 Learn To Swim (LTS):Fees for LTS must be paid in advance and are non-refundable. One child 10 lessons $75.00 Two children 10 lessons $140.00 Three children 10 lessons $200.00 Intensive Holiday Block Lessons 8 lessons (to be confirmed) $60.00 (to be confirmed) Aquarobics: Aquarobics per person 1 session $4.50 10 sessions $40.00 Pool/Lane Hire: Lane Hire 1 hour $50.00 Pool hire. - (Non-school) ½ day (up to 3 hours)Entry fee per swimmer $180.00+$1.00 1 day (up to 8 hours)Entry fee per swimmer $350.00+$1.00 Pool hire. - (School) ½ day (up to 3 hours)Entry fee per swimmer $160.00 1 day (up to 8 hours)Entry fee per swimmer $310.00 Hire: Pool Toy (includes Lifeguard cover) Flat rate - up to 3 hours $220.00 Flat rate - up to 8 hours $400.00 Keep up-to-date Follow the Thames Centennial Pool Facebook page and subscribe to our e-Newsletter (just follow the link, fill in your details and select the pool e-Newsletter that interests you). Community Swimming Pools The Thames Centennial Pool is a Council-staffed facility however, we also support three fantastic community swimming pools located in Mercury Bay, Whangamatā and Coromandel Town. While we’re surrounded by the ocean as an option to cool off, our community pools offer a safe, fun alternative and are worth jumping into over summer. Click here for more information.