Welcome to Western Sydney's most popular learn to Swim School

Experience the difference at our family-owned award-winning Swim School!

We’ve been teaching children to swim since 2010 and have educated over 10,000 children valuable life skills in aquatic education.

Let our swim instructors help unlock your child’s full potential in and out of the water.

About Little Fishes Swim School

What makes Little Fishes unique is our extraordinary team of individuals, who have been delivering exceptional service in aquatic education since 2010. Every day, we put our passion, dedication, and expertise into taking care of your children.

We love what we do and we are motivated to deliver an outstanding service to the community. We overcome challenges that our competitors consider impossible!

Little Fishes Swim School was established in 2000 by Trevor and Robyn and today it is now run by there daughter Renee as a privately owned family swim school. At Little Fishes, we keep class sizes as small as possible (approximately 4 children) as we feel this is important for children to learn, progress and build confidence.

We believe that swimming is a life long skill and good quality lessons should be available for everyone. Beginner classes are the same size but with additional water support allowing for great pupil-teacher ratios. All our teacher are AUSTSWIM accredited.

Many of our teachers have also learned to swim with Little Fishes in the past. We hope that our friendly and approachable trainers will make children and parents alike feel welcomed in our award-winning swim school. 

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Let us help your child be the best they can.

Our skilled professionals are here to help you every step of the way. We are the leaders in aquatic education.

Book a free trial below or call us directly on 02 9625 0701.

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