A guide for anyone who is looking to improve their swimming skills in the waters of Rockingham and the Riverdale parks.
What you’ll learn: You’ll learn to swim in all the water levels in Rockingham, including:The Water Leveling Course: This course is for anyone with a swimmer’s heart and body, as well as those who have never tried it before.
The course consists of 12 lessons that cover all of the different water levels you can experience, including some that are not available on a swim day.
The Rockingham Water Level: This level is the one where you can find the most water in Rockhampton, and where you will be able to experience the most fun.
The water level is located on the west side of the park, right beside the pool and behind the swimming pool.
Hooking Up: You’ll also learn how to tie a pair of laces, grab a small bucket and a small pole and use it to jump into the pool.
The lesson covers all the different types of ladders, from climbing ladders to rope ladders.
Rope Ladders: These ladders are great for beginners, and are a great way to start your water level training.
Each class has a different type of rope ladder, and the lessons cover the different ladders in detail.
Skiing Lessons: You will learn how the water level affects the slope of the water, and how to keep your balance while you’re in the water.
Tubing Up for a Swim: The lessons are geared towards those who are in a hurry to get into the water for a swim.
Pool Lessons: There are three lessons to learn at the pool, which includes an intermediate level of lessons.
The first is the beginners level, where you learn how you should set up a line, set up the pool cues, and get in the pool for a good time.
The second is the intermediate level, which is a deeper dive into the basics.
This lesson focuses on pool cues and pool physics, and you will learn all the rules and etiquette for setting up a pool cue.
Once you have your pool cues set up, you’ll take a short break and then head back into the main pool.
You will also have a chance to get in a couple of swim lessons to get your swimming skills warmed up.
Pools are not open to the public, so you must be 18 years old to participate in the lessons.
The Rockhamton Park Recreation and Park Authority will be holding a series of classes in the parks this summer, starting June 18.
The classes are being held at Rockhamilton Park, and will be free.
If you have any questions, please contact:Rockhampton Park Recreation & Park Authority