An aquatic facility is a man-made body of water used for sport, recreation or educational or therapeutic water activities, which generally include:
- swimming pools
- spa pools
- river rides
- water slides and
- water spraygrounds.
The Aquatic Facility Regulations only apply to aquatic facilities available for public use, not domestic swimming pools.
Aquatic Facilities Guidance Materials
Code of Practice
Presentations and Posters
Department of Health - Primary role/core business
Aquatic Facility Personnel Training/Qualifications
Royal Life Saving Society Australia
The regulations are available for purchase from State Law Publisher (External link), located at 10 William Street, Perth, or alternatively can be downloaded free of charge from their website (External link).
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