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Oceanic Waterbabies


Waterbabies is a unique and highly specialised aquatic development program for families with babies aged from 10 weeks to 5 years.

We are a small family run business and together with a wonderful team, we devote our passion, knowledge and expertise to give families a rewarding experience that goes far beyond a swimming lesson. 

The bonding connection of love and trust is important for a strong foundation in life. Benefits of the program are immediate to babies and their parents and joyful family interaction flows on to promote community awareness as it is shared and experienced by others.

We aspire to leave a lasting, positive feeling with everyone who swims with us.

Only a splash away from a great experience!

We are here to help you with information about our great baby swimming classes, so please contact our office on 9498 7700 9.30am to 3pm Monday to Friday to have a chat or ENQUIRE ONLINE                       LEARN MORE

PERTH: Monday 5th October to Saturday 19th December (11 weeks)
BUSSELTON: Tuesday 13th October to Friday 18th December (10 weeks)

We look forward to meeting our new swimming families in TERM 4. It's time to swim, play and laugh!

Our Story


The Waterbabies® program was inspired and founded by Kelly Rae in Perth, 1991. From small beginnings and a core group of six families, Kelly has developed Oceanic Waterbabies into a world class program, teaching thousands of parents over the years how to safely and joyfully teach their babies to swim.

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Waterbabies Philosophy


Teaching your baby to swim can be an incredibly rewarding and uplifting experience, with memories to last a lifetime.

The Waterbabies Philosophy is about love and connection.

We know that what is done to the child, is absorbed by the child and becomes their way of dealing with others.

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Why swim with us?

Oceanic Waterbabies

Whether it be our highly trainied teachers, our progressive and dynamic learning curriculum or the fact that we care more, our support and expertise is unequalled.

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