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Lifeguards needed to keep aquatic centre alive

The new operators of the aquatic centre are struggling to get enough staff for the extended operating hours required by the Town Council last week.
Rob Heinjus, of the Adelaide based firm Casa Leisure, says he hopes permanent residents will show more interest in becoming lifeguards to make making the $19m facility work.
Around 12 of them are needed during the summer season, and three to four when only the indoor pool is in operation.
It's hard to operate with itinerants such as backpackers or short-term visitors, he says.

Photo: The indoor pool of the aquatic center (courtesy Town Council).

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