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Demand for Space-Saving Pools Coincide the Small-block Trend

The ultimate dream of resort-style living has always remained popular among Australians, and the demand for backyard swimming pools increases more than ever as reported by The West Australian. According to the report, the average pool size is cut from 7.5x3.5m pool to 4x5.5m pool. But despite the decrease in the average block size, it [...]

By |April 27th, 2017|Blog, Landscapes, News|Comments Off on Demand for Space-Saving Pools Coincide the Small-block Trend

Victoria Lags Behind Pool Safety Across Australia

Safety organisations and the swimming pool industry are clamoring for the Victoria Government to implement three-yearly safety regulation on home pool fences as the state lags behind other states in mandatory inspection, The Herald Sun reported. Kidsafe Victoria, Aquatics and Recreation Victoria and Life Saving Victoria are only some of the organisations pushing for mandatory [...]

By |April 19th, 2017|Blog, News|Comments Off on Victoria Lags Behind Pool Safety Across Australia

5 Natural Pool Ideas for Your Backyard

Natural swimming pools are the next big thing in backyard renovations for many Australians. Gone are the days of concrete kidney-shaped pools that can be quite boring when not in use.  Unlike traditional inground or aboveground pools, natural swimming pool adds great wonder to your home. It is a slice of paradise that everyone can [...]

By |April 11th, 2017|Blog, Concepts|Comments Off on 5 Natural Pool Ideas for Your Backyard

Study Confirmed High Amount of Urine in Public Pools, for the First Time

A recently concluded study confirmed the average amount of urine in public swimming pools. The research led by Lindsay Blackstock, a graduate student at the University of Alberta found out that swimmers released 75 litres of urine into a large-sized swimming pool (a third of olympic sized pool) and 30 litres into a pool half [...]

By |March 23rd, 2017|Blog, News|Comments Off on Study Confirmed High Amount of Urine in Public Pools, for the First Time

Over 17,000 Backyard Pools in Perth Failed Safety Inspections

Figures gathered by The Sunday Times reveal that more than 17,000 backyard pools across Perth failed safety standards in the past year. Under the WA law, backyard pools are required to undergo inspection every four years. Based on the turnout of last year’s survey, 29 councils of Perth revealed that 17,415 pools were non-compliant. The [...]

By |March 17th, 2017|Blog, News|Comments Off on Over 17,000 Backyard Pools in Perth Failed Safety Inspections

Pool Safety Devices for Your Backyard Pool

Swimming pools are a great addition to anybody’s home. It provides a place for relaxation, exercise, and even  parties. Aside from recreation, backyard pools potentially  increases the real estate value of your home. Undoubtedly, it brings a lot of benefits. However without the proper pool safety devices, it may also pose danger for the members [...]

By |March 7th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Pool Safety Devices for Your Backyard Pool

A Call for Mandatory Swimming and Water Safety Lessons for Australian Children

Swimming and water safety lessons should be mandatory for all children, Leisa Hart of the Sydney Morning Herald wrote in an article. She said that it’s unbelievable that numerous children don't have early water safety lesson despite the ubiquitous backyard pools and beaches. The reason behind is that many families have no access to swimming [...]

By |March 3rd, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on A Call for Mandatory Swimming and Water Safety Lessons for Australian Children

Record High Summer Temperature Hits Sydney

Sydneysiders have sweated through another sweltering night with the temperature not dropping below 24 degrees celsius. It is the seventh hot night in a 9-day record high temperature hitting 35 C and above--equaling that bygone summer of 1895-96, according to Sydney’s Observatory Hill. The city endured a temperature above 25.4 C overnight, while the northern [...]

By |February 21st, 2017|Blog, News|Comments Off on Record High Summer Temperature Hits Sydney

An Olympic-sized Swimming Pool in ANU’s Civic Campus?

A 25 metre six-lane pool is expected to open in Australian National University’s Civic campus in February 2019. The indoor pool is part of a $14 million multipurpose recreation establishment inside the campus. Aside from the pool, the recreational facility will also include a 24/7 gym and a 15 metre hydro pool that will serve [...]

By |February 17th, 2017|Blog, News|Comments Off on An Olympic-sized Swimming Pool in ANU’s Civic Campus?

InGround Pools: Everything You Need to Know

In places like Australia where days can get really hot, one can find solace in a resort-style home that provides relief from the discomforts brought by the weather. And while many are planning for a pool installation to have a backyard swimming pool,  it’s important to keep in mind the best options: an inground and [...]

By |February 7th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on InGround Pools: Everything You Need to Know
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